Quicken Loans Arena Information:
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Address: One Center Court, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Parking: Parking is available around the Quicken Loans Arena, starting at $8.
Year Opened: 1992
Occupants: Cleveland Cavaliers
Rules: No outside food or beverages, no video recorders, backpacks or large bags
The Quicken Loans Arena is home to the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers and the American Hockey League's Lake Erie Monsters, and it has played host to playoff games, concerts and big ticket events since it opened in 1994. Originally named the Gund Arena, the venue shares a complex with Jacobs Field, which is the home to the Cleveland Indians. The surrounding area is filled with shops, restaurants and bars to give sports and music fans plenty to do before the start of an event, and the building is easily accessible from major highways. The building has a unique 108' by 48' bay window that runs along the outside of the structure and functions as a large advertisement for the venue. It allows passersby to take a look at what's going on in the building, while attendees can get a clear view of the Cleveland skyline.
The building is also jam-packed with technological innovations that enrich the fan experience. The arena features a four-sided Jumbotron video scoreboard that shows instant replays, stats and in-game messages. There are 562 television monitors around the arena in concourses, bathrooms and concession areas so fans never have to miss a second of the action. With a selection of restaurants and bars within the arena itself, there's no shortage of things to do at the Quicken Loans Arena.
The Quicken Loans Arena was one of the hottest places to be during LeBron James' tenure with the Cavaliers, and the team always seemed to be in the thick of the NBA title race. The arena hosted the NBA Finals in 2007 and the conference finals in 2009, but the Cavs weren't able to seal the deal and hang a banner for the title-starved fans. Even after James' departure, the team's success has created a new generation of NBA fans who make the Quicken Loans Arena one of the toughest places to play in the NBA.
The venue is also the place to be when trying to catch a concert in Cleveland. Billy Joel gave the inaugural performance at the building in 1994, and the arena has gone on to host huge acts such as the Miley Cyrus Wonder World Tour, Elton John Face 2 Face Tour, Pearl Jam Backspacer tour and many more. Between the pulse-pounding action on the court and the unforgettable acts on stage, the Quicken Loans Arena always seems to have something going on!
Quicken Loans Arena Ticket Information:
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