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Kaseya Center Info:

  • Location: Miami, Florida
  • Address: 601 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida, 33132
  • Capacity: 20,000
  • Parking: Parking available for purchase
  • Year Opened: 1999
  • Occupants: Miami Heat
  • Rules: No outside food or beverage, bags, duffle bags, professional cameras, laser pointers.

The Miami Heat moved into Kaseya Center (formerly: American Airlines Arena) in 1999 and have gone on to bring unforgettable moments to their fan base. The arena was conceived as a building that would be connected to the surrounding city, with views of the city skyline and the bay accessible from every concourse. The venue has an idyllic spot on the Miami waterfront. The arena offers a capacity of 19,600, and the majority of the seating in the lower bowl is tiered to allow fans to feel like they're in the middle of the action. As an added benefit, the arena is accessible from many forms of transportation, with easy access to the many shops, restaurants, and bars that have sprouted up in the vicinity.

The Kaseya Center has been home to some of the biggest moment's in Miami Heat history, the biggest of which came in 2006 when the team captured the NBA championship. Behind the strength of Dwyane Wade, Shaquille O'Neal, and Gary Payton, the Heat knocked off the Dallas Mavericks in their first-ever trip to the NBA Finals and hoisted their first banner from the rafters in the American Airlines Arena.

Kaseya Center is also a preferred concert venue in Miami, Florida, and has had hundreds of big-name acts grace the stage. The venue books everything from Disney on Ice shows to Harlem Globetrotter games to classic rock acts set against the stunning backdrop of downtown Miami. Whether a fan is interested in attending a sporting event or a killer concert, chances are there's an upcoming event that won't disappoint.

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Capital One Arena Information

  • Address: 601 F St NW, Washington, DC 20004
  • Capital One Arena Seating Information
  • Capacity: Approximately 20,000
  • Events: Basketball, Hockey, Concerts, Comedy Shows, Wrestling and Special Shows
  • Sections: Lower Level, Club Level, Mezzanine Level, Suites, Loge, Acela & Players Club, Box, and VIP seats

The Capital One Arena was built in 1997, and the cutting-edge facility has been credited with revitalizing the downtown area of Washington, D.C. The construction of the new venue accelerated the growth of bars, restaurants, and shops around the arena and it is now one of D.C.'s hot spots. The Washington Wizards and Washington Capitals call the Capital One Arena home and take advantage of its indoor practice facilities, well-appointed locker rooms and home-court advantage thanks to their rabid fan bases. The Capital One Arena has become a mecca of concerts, sporting events, and conventions and boasts nearly 20,000 seats for enthused attendees, a high-definition video board, and an expansive selection of concession stands and restaurants.

Sports at Capital One Arena

The Washington Wizards were known as the Bullets for a majority of their history, and they saw much of their sustained success during the 1970s. Since then, the Wizards have been a bit of a middling team with sporadic playoff appearances wedged between losing seasons. While the team made the playoffs between 2005 and 2008, they have yet to break through to the conference finals in recent history. The Washington Capitals are arguably the biggest success story in Washington sports, and they have been a consistent title contender. With playoff appearances from 2008-2016, the Caps play a style of aggressive hockey that has made them a force in the Eastern Conference. The Caps are still looking for their first Stanley Cup, but their impressive play over the past few years and as No.1 in the league in 2016 it certainly looks like the best is yet to come.

Concerts at Capital One Arena

The Capital One Arena is also the place to be when a big-time performer is in the nation's capital, and the arena has hosted some of the legendary names in music and entertainment. Stars such as Bruce Springsteen, Cher, Elton John, Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, and many more have played the Capital One Arena. With its accessibility and world-class amenities, the Capital One Arena always seems to be in the center of the action.

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What is the best way to get to the Capital One Arena?

The Metro operates a service to the Capital One Arena in DC. On the Redline, the Gallery Place/Chinatown Metro stop in front of the Capital One Arena. A few blocks away from the center, the Navy-Archives Pen Quarter, Metro Center, and Judiciary Square stop.

Does my child need a ticket?

Children 2 years of age or younger are admitted free to all concerts, basketball, and hockey games.

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