USC copied that traditon from me as I used to Rave to Sandstorm in the 90's.
Let's not go crazy. That is what a lot of other NFL stadiums are for a regular season game. There was nothing amazing about it. Above average for a Panther game, yes.
You want amazing...drive another 90 minutes down 85 or 77 to Clemsux or USC. It still blows my mind that big football school fans in the area are soooooooooooooo much more into the game from start to finish than they are at a Panthers game.
On a side note about inside the game from my perspective
I gave up my season tickets (used to buy them from a PSL holder) four years ago because we couldn't do both USC and Panthers game anymore due to having a kid so we had to pick one. Being in the stadium for the first time in 4 years, I was really disappointed in the in-game experience. Speakers were terrible. Couldn't ever find stats. PA announcer was lame. Music wouldn't be relevant if it were 1992. They just copy traditions from USC like Sandstorm and "It's another Panthers...". Lame. And worst of all, it was exactly all like this 4 years ago. No improvements to any of this.
That said, it was a huge improvement to see fans actually in their seat at kickoff and for the first half, we never sat down. It was truly sad to see 80% of the people leave with 4:30 left. I mean really...it is sunny and 60 degrees in January. WTF better do you have to do for the next 15 minutes. Did make it super easy to get out though when the clock hit 00.