Over the years, Sacramento's Sleep Train Arena has been host to hundreds of varied events, from acting as home base for the NBA's Sacramento Kings to concerts, public speakers, and rodeos. In 2014, wrestling fans will take over this spacious arena when WWE Live arrives on August 23. Get ready to experience the commanding action of these powerful athletes with the venue guide detailed below.
Sleep Train Arena Seating Information
WWE Live at Sleep Train Arena will typically offer four levels of seating. The stage is usually arranged at one end of the arena, while the ring is set up in the middle of the floor. Please note that any seats located to the side of or behind the stage may only offer limited views. Any seats with limited or obstructed views will have that information detailed in the "Notes" section of the listing.
Floor seating will be available surrounding the ring noted with the letter "R" in front of the number. The main 100-level will be the next option closest to the floor, while the 200-level is the highest in the arena and furthest from the ring. In between these two levels is a series of private suites--denoted with letter--that may be available during the event.
Sleep Train Arena General Information
For most events, outside food and beverage, professional cameras, backpacks, large bags, noisemaking devices, and any audio or video recorders are prohibited. Children under the age of two typically do not need a ticket for admission, but this can vary by event.
Sleep Train Arena Parking Information
Various lots surround the Sleep Train Arena, and parking in these areas is available with a cash-only policy on the day of the event.
Sleep Train Arena Gate Times
Doors at Sleep Train Arena usually open one hour before events begin.
Sleep Train Arena Accessibility
Accessible parking is available in Lot H at the venue, and accessible seating is built into levels throughout the arena. The venue also offers accessible restrooms and concession stands, assisted listening devices, and sign language interpreters, if given enough notice. The Box Office staff asks that requests for accommodations be given at least seven days in advance of WWE Live.