Syracuse, N.Y. —Pleased Birthday, Service Dome.
The constructing that has outlined the Central New York skyline turns 40 this month.
The Dome has hosted numerous Syracuse College sporting occasions, highschool championships, band competitions, main live shows like U2, Billy Joel and the Rolling Stones, Monster Truck exhibits, hockey video games, monitor and subject occasions and a lot extra since 1980.
Earlier than Syracuse unveils a main $118 million renovation of the power later this month that features a new fastened roof to switch the long-lasting bubble and a state-of-the-art scoreboard, Syracuse College Vice President and Chief Services Officer Pete Sala took Syracuse.com’s Brent Axe on a behind-the-scenes tour of the Service Dome.
The video above contains uncommon entry to the Service Dome roof and different nooks and crannies of the power not often seen by the general public, together with the place Orange basketball head coach Jim Boeheim hangs out earlier than video games.
You’ll be able to see the primary of our “Dome Sweet Dome” collection within the YouTube video above.
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Drone footage by Aiden Media https://www.aidenmedia.com.