Arkansas has shared another update of what’s to come upon the completion of its renovations to Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium. But this time it came as a fly-through animation.
The school offered the virtual look at the project Tuesday on Twitter.
New stadium fly-through video = awesome. pic.twitter.com/M0opByuYyT
— Arkansas Razorbacks (@ArkRazorbacks) September 19, 2017
While the lower section will be a complete bowl, a small portion of the club level section of the seating area will be open and used as a patio space for a premium price. Also, aesthetically, it will continue allowing patrons outside of the stadium a chance to view the field.
The stadium, originally built in 1938, is undergoing a $160 million transformation under athletic director Jeff Long. With a capacity of 76,000, the renovations will add 5,000 new seats and new field-level suites.
Last month, Arkansas shared a flyover video of Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium’s construction progress.
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