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Crypto.com Arena 2024 Events

Crypto.com Arena (formerly the Staples Center) is a multi-use arena in downtown Los Angeles, primarily occupied by the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Clippers of the NBA and the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL. While they're the primary teams to play there, it is also the home of the LA Sparks. Crypto.com Arena hosts over 250 events a year, which brings in nearly 4,000,000 patrons each calendar year. For decades fans in Los Angeles came to the Staples Center, but in 2021 the venue changed name to Crypto.com Arena.

The arena opened in 1999 and the first event ever to take place was on October 17, 1999, when Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band played. The center is part of L.A. Live, which is a retail and live event area in downtown L.A. that includes the Nokia Theatre and Club Nokia, the Grammy Museum, ESPN broadcasting studios, as well as retail shops, restaurants, hotels, and residences.

Crytpo.com Arena Seating Chart

  • Capacity: Approximately 20,000
  • Events: Concerts, Basketball, Hockey, Boxing, Arena Football, Tennis, Wrestling & Special Shows
  • Sections: Floor, Loge, Upper, Mid, Suites & Premier Levels
  • Where are the most popular sections to sit at Crypto.com Arena? Usually, we might suggest a good medium between the upper level and the floor seats, but in the Crypto.com Arena, you want to get as close as possible to the court. While basketball is great, we suggest it because of celebrities. Everyone wants to see one when they take a trip to L.A., and there's always some at Lakers games. Jack Nicholson is a regular, but you'll see anyone from Leonardo DiCaprio to Larry David at games throughout the season.
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Gainbridge Fieldhouse Info

  • Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Capacity: Approx. 18,345
  • Year Opened: 1999
  • Previous Names: Conseco Fieldhouse, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
  • Occupants: Indiana Pacers
  • Parking: Parking is available for purchase

Basketball is a way of life for those who live in Indiana, so for the state's professional NBA franchise, their home court would have to be particularly special. The Gainbridge Fieldhouse ranks among the most impressive arenas in the NBA and lives up to the rich heritage of Indiana basketball. The venue lies between Delaware and Pennsylvania Street in downtown Indianapolis and it is surrounded by a large group of restaurants, bars and shops that give attendees plenty of things to do before tip-off.

Built in 1999 as Conseco Fieldhouse, the venue retained that name until 2011. With a capacity of more than 18,000 seats, the Gainbridge Fieldhouse is a bit more cozy than some of the more cavernous arenas around the NBA, and the lower bowl is broken into an octagon shape to give fans a dynamic view of the court. The Fieldhouse is extremely unique as it blends the nostalgic elements of Indiana's old high school and college fieldhouses with the state-of-the-art amenities that fans have come to expect.

The Indiana Pacers don't have any NBA title banners hanging from the rafters, but they have done plenty to leave their mark on the league. All-Star Reggie Miller played his entire career in a Pacers uniform, and led the team to a handful of playoff appearances over his tenure. The Pacers reached their peak in 2000 when they surprised the league by cruising all the way to the NBA Finals. Unfortunately, the Pacers were on the wrong side of history and were knocked out by the juggernaut Los Angeles Lakers, but the team has plenty of confidence that their strong front office and committed fan base will have the strength to get them back.

The Gainbridge Fieldhouse is the more intimate concert venue in the city of Indianapolis and will take the smaller shows that are too small for the football stadium. Indianapolis residents are privileged to have such an impressive stadium that says so much about the storied history of Indiana basketball with all of the modern improvements that fans and concert-goers will rave about long after.

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