Pontiac Silverdome Alive and Well, Take a Look Inside

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The large parking area surrounding the Silverdome and the dome’s exterior do not look much different from the day the Lions left. The stadium’s non-descript style is reminiscent of other stadiums of its era.

A view of the Silverdome from the lot inside gate 5 (Photo: Zac Snyder/SideLion Report)

The event was only accessible through the North entrance. The entrances are still identified with the same white letters inside of green bands that have been there for a number of years. I could not tell if they have been recently refreshed but they did not appear faded.

The North entrance from just outside the gate. (Photo: Zac Snyder/SideLion Report)

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  • Brian M.

    Thanks for the photo tour of the ‘Dome. Regarding the advertising signs: There are a few new signs which include Mountain Dew (on one of the smaller signs at the top corners of the stadium), Pepsi, and Budweiser.

    The History Channel and POH Medical Center signs are the same ones from when the Lions played there. A WXYT Radio “Team 1270″ sign is still there, but was covered up with what appeared to be a large white trash bag when I was at the Dome for the Home&Garden show on March 12. Another old ad that can be seen through a coat of black paint is for Ballpark Frank hot dogs with the tag line of “Dome Delicious”.