While the Bengal tiger was tailor-made to stalk around the jungle, "The Jungle" was tailor-made as the stalking grounds for the Cincinnati Bengals. "The Jungle" -- more commonly known as Paul Brown Stadium -- has been home to the Bengals for over ten years, and is constantly suiting itself to the needs of the team's loyal fans. In addition to popular football games, Paul Brown Stadium also schedules concerts and other unique events that not only make it a home for Bengals' fans, but for everyone in Cincinnati. Paul Brown Stadium opened in 2000 as a replacement for Cinergy Field, which the Bengals shared with the Reds for thirty years. The stadium has been acclaimed for its spacious design, modern features, and especially its FieldTurf system field, which looks and feels more like real grass than nearly any other artificial turf used in the NFL. The durability of the material allows Paul Brown Stadium to schedule other events like hit concerts without damaging the field or requiring much maintenance. The stadium also hosts the occasional Bearcats game, the Macy's Music Festival, and the Queen City Classic Chess Tournament, all of which are popular among Cincinnati audiences. Eventsfy sells tickets for these events and Bengals' games, so check the schedule above to see what's upcoming and buy your tickets right here!