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Las Vegas is worldwide travel destination, known for gambling, fine dining, shopping, entertainment, resorts, and nightlife. In a city of opulence and excess, the resident indoor arena has to be impressive to keep up. Opened in 2016, the T-Mobile Arena does just that. To find out what makes the arena an exciting spot on the Strip, keep reading.
Competing with other eye-catching attractions in Las Vegas, the T-Mobile Arena is coated in huge, curved, light up sign, with matching lights beaming around the front open-feel windows. Angular and vibrant, often lit up in an alluring shade of fuschia, it is hard to miss. The inside of the arena is less showy, but filled with amenities. Designed by architects at Populous, the $375 million project covers 16 acres. It boasts a “world-class Las Vegas-style design.” This includes an abundance of exclusive, unrivaled seating options: 44 luxury suites, 8 event level suites, 2 party suites, and 25+ private loge boxes. Premium passes include access to special balconies and other bonus features. There’s even a private park that looks like a piece of paradise, available to rent for events.
The stadium has many amenities to ensure a good experience for guests. Every level is ADA Accessible. This includes auxiliary aids, braille signage, captioning services, elevators, assistive listening systems, accessible ATMS and concession stands, guest escorts, interpreting services, parking and drop-off services, accessible restrooms, sensory kits, and emergency protocols for disabled guests. Although people under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times, there are some family-friendly amenities, too, including multiple AMC Lactation Suites for new mothers. Food and drink offerings appeal to everyone – sandwich shops, ice cream parlors, hotdog stands, dessert shops, pizza places, barbecue, burgers, and beyond. For more sophisticated tastes, check out what Executive Chef Garry DeLucia is cooking.
When it comes to events, resident teams fill up much of the calendar. The T-Mobile Arena is home to the Golden Nights of the NHL. The UFC also signed a 7-year contract with the arena. It is equipped for basketball, hockey, boxing, bull riding, and more. When sports aren’t on the itinerary, concerts and shows are available. Recent and upcoming features include: My Chemical Romance, George Strait, Caitlyn Smith, Roger Waters, Cirque du Soleil, Justin Bieber, and the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
The T-Mobile Arena is located in the Toshiba Plaza at 3780 South Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89158. This is just north of the Tropicana Avenue and Las Vegas Freeway intersection. Las Vegas is notoriously packed with tourist attractions, and there are plenty around the T-Mobile Arena. If you are planning a trip to the city to see a performance at the arena, choose from a variety of hotels, resorts, casinos, and parks nearby to enjoy your stay.