Matthew Stafford, Calvin Johnson, 70,000 diehard fans, and one of the preeminent stadium experiences in football at Ford Field. There are a lot of reasons to think about buying Detroit Lions tickets in 2015.
Ford Field is one of only four weather-proof stadiums in the NFL. Every building opened since it has featured either a retractable roof or no roof at all. Ford Field's architectural design is also highly unique and a big selling point of the stadium experience. It's facade was built to mimic the shape and appearance of an industrial warehouse, appropriate for the motor and assembling capital of the Rust Belt. Moreover, Ford Field's end zones are built east-to-west rather than north-to-south, a rarity amongst NFL venues (given that the rising and setting sun would provide a distraction in outdoor or retractable roof stadiums).
Ford Field is located in the same athletic and entertainment complex as Comerica Park and Joe Louis Arena, so the opportunity to do a double-header with a Tigers or Red Wings game is ostensibly available as well.
In addition to Detroit Lions home games, Ford Field has also hosted the 2006 Super Bowl, the 2009 Final Four, and a bevy of big concert names such as Taylor Swift, the Rolling Stones, and Justin Timberlake. The one thing Ford Field is still waiting to host, however? A Detroit Lions playoff game—in both 2011 and 2014 the team opened their postseason on the road. Perhaps 2015 is the season in which that finally changes.