In 2016, T-Mobile Arena (formerly known as Las Vegas Arena) became the newest, most state-of-the-art live entertainment venue in “Sin City.” This mammoth arena opened on April 6 with a co-headlining show from hometown heroes The Killers and longtime Vegas headliner Wayne Newton.
In its first year, T-Mobile Arena packed in plenty of prime entertainment from other veteran performers, including Guns N Roses, George Strait, Garth Brooks, Coldplay, and the Dixie Chicks. Meanwhile, sports fans got the chance to break in the arena via events like UFC 200 and the Professional Bull Riders World Finals.
View the schedule of upcoming T-Mobile Arena events for 2017 at the bottom of the page.
T-Mobile Arena Seating Chart
Built to host huge live events, T-Mobile Arena capacity can surpass 19,000 fans. For concerts and select sporting events, you can witness all the action from T-Mobile Arena’s Floor Level. Aside from select luxury suites, the remainder of seating options in the arena will include standard stadium-style seats in a lower level (Sections 1-20) and two elevated levels (Sections 101-120 and Sections 201-227).
T-Mobile Arena - Floor Level Seating Views
If you like to stand at the front of the crowd, the best Las Vegas arena seating options for you are located on the Floor Level. Depending on the event, the Floor Level may be set up as a general admission area (in other words: first-come, first-served with no physical seats), as reserved seating, or as a combination of the two. No matter what type of seating you choose, the Floor Level gives you the best chance to see your favorite performers and athletes up close.
T-Mobile Arena - Lower Level Seating Views
If you’ll sacrifice a front-row view for comfort but still want to be near the action, the Lower Level of the T-mobile Arena seating chart may be your best bet. The 20 sections of the venue’s Lower Level feature tiered rows of seating that begin right in front of the arena floor. All of these sections feature physical seats, and they’re ideal for shorter attendees whose view of the show might be blocked on the Floor Level.
T-Mobile Arena - Upper Level Seating Views
Last up in the Las Vegas arena seating chart are the two upper levels of the stadium. Sections 101-120 are located along one end of the venue, while Sections 201-227 cover the rest of the arena in a horseshoe shape. Like the Lower Level, these upper levels are composed entirely of physical seating in tiered rows. These seats offer a more elevated view of the show, perfect for taking in big arena concerts or basketball games.
Prior to its opening, a first-person video tour of the arena helped give fans an idea of the layout and seating views from different points inside T-Mobile Arena.
From first-class concerts to must-see sporting events, there’s plenty of action coming to the T-Mobile Arena next year.
Notable T-Mobile Arena Concerts and Events in 2017
George Strait - Multiple dates
Bon Jovi - Feb. 25
UFC 209 - March 4
Pac-12 Men's Basketball Tournament - March 8-11
New Kids on the Block with Paula Abdul and Boyz II Men - May 28
Roger Waters - June 16
Bruno Mars - July 15
Lady Gaga - Aug. 11
Professional Bull Riders World Finals (PBR) - Nov. 1-5