Las Vegas

Las Vegas

Las Vegas is officially a sports town. And not just a bet-on-sports town. We’re talking frenzied fans, sold-out arenas type of sports town. 

Well into their second season, the Vegas Golden Knights are fighting strong.  By 2020 Las Vegas will have an NFL team with the Raiders. Ontop of this Las Vegas has a rich history of Boxing, UFC Fighting, Motor Sports and Rodeo Events. 

The bright lights of Vegas has it all.

T-Mobile Arena

Address: 3780 Las Vegas Blvd. South

Location: Las Vegas, NV

Team: Vegas Golden Knights NHL

Capacity:

Hockey - 17,500

Concerts - 12,000-20,000

T-Mobile Arena is a multi-purpose arena situated conveniently on the Las Vegas Strip. The arena opened in 2016 and has become the home to the Las Vegas Golden Knights, UFC as well as many high profile award ceremonies and concerts.

General Tips:

Just like everything in Vegas, the Knights know how to put on a show. Make sure you get there early to soak up one of the best pre-game entertainment and atmospheres in the NHL.

If you can, walk to the arena and take in the sights and sounds of Vegas. We also recommend eating and drinking before you arrive, as prices within the stadium are very high.

Cameras of any kind won’t be allowed into T-Mobile Arena

Bags generally will not be permitted for entry. Purses and personal bags smaller than 12 x 6 x 12 will be allowed in after a security screen.

T-Mobile Arena has a strict “No Re-entry Policy” for all events.

Children under the age of 2 do not need a ticket to events at T-Mobile Arena so long as they share a seat with an parent or guardian.

Yes! The Las Vegas Monorail is the most convenient way to travel down the strip. The monorail runs frequently 7am - 2am and stops right in front of the arena.

Outside food is not permitted within T-Mobile Arena however, there is an enormous food selection within the stadium including gluten free, vegetarian, vegan and kosher options.

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