Originally Posted by StarStruck
I assume that structure could have something to do with closed versus open roofs or air stadiums. It has been said the roof at Reliant should always be closed because the crowd noise is more effective. However, it seems to work the opposite in Seattle with open air. Why?
From what i read & have heard about, the way the architects built that stadium it's designed so that the crowd noise is directed straight down to the field.
here's an articile on it: http://www.popularmechanics.com/outd...-crowd#slide-3