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American Airlines Center
The American Airlines Center is the top multi-functional arena in downtown Dallas. They pride themselves on keeping busy year-round with events for Texans. When the venue is not hosting its home teams—NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and NHL team Dallas Stars—they are piling in the fans for concerts. To learn more about what entertainment is available at the American Airlines Center and what makes it a premier venue, keep reading.
Like many of the best arenas in the world, newer builds tend to be top destinations. Opening in 2001, architect David M. Schwarz aimed to combine beauty and brawn. Made of brick, granite, and limestone, it is more inviting than the typical arenas and domes. Outside, a giant courtyard offers the space for some 3,000 people to mingle and socialize. Inside, a whopping 20,000 retractable seats fill the venue. A 1080 HD television centers the interior, and an enormous video boards flank the arena. The audio systems are said to be just as impressive. Other amenities include food and drink stops, as well as suite options. Suites can be rented per event and leased. There are several different packages, each stocked with their own set of amenities. For regular event-goers in the Dallas area, these packages offer a great value and insider experience.
Staffed with an incredible team of workers, the space can transform to meet the needs of diverse events, from dancing shows to concerts to ice theater to sports. In fact, it is not unusual for the space to host four different events in a week. Upcoming entertainment opportunities include Joe Rogan, Dallas Mavericks vs. Toronto Raptors, Dallas Mavericks vs. San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Stars vs. Vancouver Canucks, Dallas Stars vs. Winnipeg Jets, Dallas Mavericks vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, Jonas Brothers, Ariana Grande, Cher, Chance the Rapper, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Oprah Winfrey, The Harlem Globetrotters, The Eagles, and more.
Located at 2500 Victory Avenue, Dallas, Texas 75219, it is nestled in the Victory Park neighborhood, east of Stemmons Freeway/I-35 and north of Woodall Rodgers Freeway/366. This makes it accessible to people across the Dallas area. Other nearby attractions include the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Cinepolis Luxury Cinemas, and Pike Park. Less than three miles away from the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, it is a convenient stop for folks in-town on business, too. To get your tickets to a game, concert, or event, head to cheapoticketing.com.