An announcement is expected Wednesday.Hard Rock Stadium will play host to its first event on Sept. 1, a Dolphins Tennessee Titans preseason game, then play host to the University of Miami’s football opener against Florida A two days later. The newly renovated stadium will feature a canopy that will cover most seats.Hard Rock will become the stadium’s fourth corporate naming partner since the facility opened as Joe Robbie Stadium in 1987.The others: Pro Player (a former division of Fruit of the Loom), Land Shark (associated with a brewing company) and Sun Life, a Toronto based financial services company.The stadium was called Sun Life Stadium from 2010 until this past January.
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