One of the most iconic and memorable venues in all of New Orleans, Louisiana, is the famous Caesars Superdome, a massive closed-roof arena that is home to the New Orleans Saints and the site for countless concerts and other public events. The Saints have a very strong fan base and consistently sell out season passes, so it is crucial to book Caesars Superdome parking in advance with ParkWhiz before the game. The impetus for the team’s creation was the efforts of sports executive Dave Dixon to lobby the NFL for a franchise, which was granted in November 1966. The team played at nearby Tulane Stadium from 1967 to 1974 until what was originally known as the Louisiana Superdome was constructed, with the Saints playing their first home season in the new venue in 1975. Their tenancy at the arena was briefly interrupted in 2005, when they split the season’s home games at Tiger Stadium, Giants Stadium and the Alamodome. The Saints returned to the Superdome in 2006 and have remained there ever since. The team has a history of achievements, with fourteen playoff appearances, two NFC West and seven NFC South Division championships, the 2009 NFC Championship and the 2009 Super Bowl. Between 2011 and 2021, the venue was named Mercedes-Benz Superdome, but it is now known as Caesars Superdome following the acquisition of the naming rights by Caesars Entertainment in 2021. The venue is the world’s largest fixed dome structure, with the capacity to hold up to 76,468 guests. The ever-competitive Saints are the favorites of many local fans, so it is important to book Caesars Superdome parking ahead of time with ParkWhiz.