There’s little doubt that Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium will be an incredible sight to see once the doors to the building are officially open.

Home to both Alabama (vs. Florida State) and Tennessee’s (vs. Georgia Tech) season openers in under 50 days, the stadium is playing a unique role in the SEC schedule for the 2017 season. Aside from those two marquee games, the arena is set to host the league’s final contest of the season in December when the SEC Championship Game makes the first of its annual trips to the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Courtesy of the SEC’s Communications Director Chuck Dunlap, recently taken photos show off the inside of the stadium as construction is nearing its completion before gameday. While videos of the stadium’s unique circular video board have already been released, this photo shows graphics on the board and how the screen will likely be used on during live games.

Dunlap also took this photo from the stadium’s press box:

It’s safe to say the SEC made a wise decision to let Atlanta’s version of the Taj Mahal host its annual conference title game. There may not be a finer stadium in America next year and the SEC will be featured prominently in its debut season.