Orlando Mayor Takes Media On Tour Of The Citrus Bowl After Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

ORLANDO –  Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs, representatives from Florida Citrus Sports and other Central Florida leadership ceremonially cut the ribbon to open the new Orlando Citrus Bowl. After the ribbon cutting ceremony, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer took the media on a tour of the newly renovated Citrus Bowl.

On Saturday, November 22, the annual Florida Blue Florida Classic will be the first event hosted in the newly reconstructed stadium. In just 10 months, the reconstruction project will have replaced 90 percent of the stadium with brand-new construction, creating an improved fan experience and utilizing the latest technology in the region’s largest venue.

The new stadium will continue to host signature events including Orlando’s historic bowl games, the annual Florida Blue Florida Classic and Monster Jam. In addition to these regular events, the new stadium will draw more high-profile events like neutral-site college football games, NFL preseason matchups, big-name concerts and more.

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