Dress the part and support the Falcons by making your own costume to stand out from the rest.
The players and coaches aren’t the only legends when it comes to football. These fans have earned their place as tailgating legends.
What is cold weather to some is mild to other fans that may have been raised in the northern part of the country. What we all can agree on is that even Atlanta can get cold and have inclement weather once we hit November. That can make tailgating tricky, but it’s still doable by following these suggestions for tailgating in bad weather.
There are a lot of decisions to make before you even arrive at your tailgate spot. Get in and out quickly and easily with these tips and suggestions.
Cool trucks or unique travel vans ain’t got nothing on these. Check out some of the most badass tailgating vehicles on four wheels.
Even when the Falcons are on the road, you can feel like you’re at the game at any number of local establishments that celebrate the Falcons and football.
Gerard Grimes knows how to throw a tailgate and he and his group proves it each and every home game at the Georgia Dome.
Tailgating should be fun for all involved, so if you follow these 10 rules you should have a great gathering with your friends and other fans.
Be the envy of fellow tailgaters at the Georgia Dome with these unique tailgating gadgets.
If you plan on doing some tailgating at the Georgia Dome this season, read this first. The who, what, where and how of tailgating at an Atlanta Falcons game is all laid out.