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T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas

4.5
Arena / Stadium · Tourist Spot
T-Mobile Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena on the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada, and is the home venue for the National Hockey League's Vegas Golden Knights, who began play in 2017.

Opened on April 6, 2016, the arena was built as a joint venture between MGM Resorts International and the Anschutz Entertainment Group. Aside from the Golden Knights, T-Mobile Arena has primarily been used for entertainment events such as concerts, and has been booked for mixed martial arts and professional boxing events, as well as other annual sporting events.

The arena is accessed by a new development project known as The Park, with retail and dining space between New York-New York and the Park MGM casino hotels.
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  • This venue is within great walking distance of the hotels on the strip and is very easy to get to and to watch an event.  more »
  • My wife and I went to T-Mobile Arena to watch a Vegas Golden Knights game against the St. Louis Blues. Great game. The Knights won in OT. The arena is very nice, good food selections. Comfy...  more »
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  • Nice arena (better be, it's new) but ticket prices are outrageous. Also, I got some garlic fries the first time I went there and it was $7 for literally a handful. When I got to my seat and ate them, they were cold. On the contrary, I went to the Denny Sanford Arena in Sioux Falls, SD last month and got a pulled pork sandwich and fries that were only $3 more and there were more fries, they tasted better, they were hot, and there was so much delicious pulled pork on the sandwich. T-mobile arena is exactly what Vegas has become - needlessly expensive and full of itself.
  • I went to the T-Mobile Arena to see the Elton John Concert. Elton John was great! The venue was nice enough. We were in the balcony and the seats were decent for arena seats. They had some padding and they were wide enough that I was able to be comfortable for the three hour show. I'm a fairly large lady so this is important to me. The only complaint I have is they wouldn't let me bring in my water bottle. This was really disappointing as it was a dry hot evening and inside they charged $5 for a 20 oz bottle of water. This is the only place I've been in the Las Vegas area that did not allow me to bring my own water bottle inside. It seems like being in the desert they should have to allow you to bring water if you want. Other than promoting dehydration in the desert this place was great.

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