College and high-school football Events
- Mercedes Benz Stadium hosted the Peach Bowl, SEC Championship Game, Celebration Bowl, and Chick-fil-A Kick-off Game the 2017 season. Notably, the SEC Championship has a long-term agreement with Mercedes-Benz Stadium until 2027.
- In 2019, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets accepted to play the one-home game for each year at Mercedes Benz Stadium from 2020 until 2024.
- In 2018 Mercedes Benz and Atlanta Stadium hosted the College Football Playoff National Championship.
- In 2017, the stadium hosted the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) football championship games for Class 3A and Class 1A Private School.
- In 2018, GHSA football championships were held at Mercedes Benz Stadium.
- In 2017, Mercedes-Benz Stadium hosted Garth Brooks.
- In 2018, hosted Kenny Chesney, whose concert attracted around 51,312 people and grossed 5.068 million.
- In 2018, Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks, and Taylor Swift held concerts at the stadium. Taylor’s concert reached 116,746 people, with 18.089 million gross.
- In 2018, Beyoncé and Jay-Z performed for two-night concerts and grossed 14.074 million with 105,170 fans.
- In 2018, Ed Sheeran grossed 5.021 million and was attended by 50,906 people.
- In 2019, George Strait performed a one-off concert with Chris Stapleton, Ashley McBryde, and Chris Janson. Their concert was attended by 55,255 spectators and grossed 11.9 million.
Other major events
- On March 3, 2018, Mercedes Benz Stadium hosted the AMA Supercross Championship, which replaced the Georgia Dome, which was the part of the schedule since 1993.
- On November 15, 2014, according to the NCAA announcement, Mercedes Benz Stadium held the men's college basketball Final Four.
- On July 28, 2018, Mercedes Benz Stadium hosted the Drum Corps International Southeastern Championship, which was formerly held in the Georgia Dome.
- On December 31, 2019, and on January 2, 2020, Mercedes Benz Stadium hosted first-ever Passion Conferences. The event became the largest youth-centered Christian conference that was ever held in the United States, along with around 65,000 people in attendance.