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Located in Sacramento, Calif., the Golden 1 Center opened in 2016 to become the California capital’s most popular spot to catch live entertainment of all kinds. From concerts such as Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA, Christian Nodal, Shawn Mendes, Ozuna, Kendrick Lamar, Karol G, Tyler, the Creator, Los Tigres del Norte, Michael Buble, Paul McCartney, The Lumineers, Tool and Billie Eilish to college basketball tournaments, there’s never a dull moment at this arena. When you’re ready to buy Golden 1 Center tickets, begin by finding the show or game you want to attend in the schedule above. You may be able to filter the list of upcoming Golden 1 Center events with a toolbar at the side of the page, including options like type of event or month. Continue to the next page by tapping the “Tickets” button that matches your show. On the next page, review a list of available seating options along with a map of the venue. Select a set of Golden 1 Center tickets that fits your desired location and price range, and then tap “Buy” to advance to the login screen. You must provide a valid email address to ensure we can easily contact you about your order as needed. Next, fill in the open fields at checkout with the payment and shipping details that are required to complete the transaction. A full summary of your pending order will appear on the last page, including details about your event and the total cost of the Golden 1 Center tickets you chose. Make sure everything is accurate, and then submit the request for processing with the “Place Order” button.
The Golden 1 Center seating chart has two levels of standard stadium seating in the 100 Level and 200 Level. For certain events there may also be admission options on the arena floor. You can see a detailed seating chart for your event by choosing one from the above list. If you have questions, you can get in touch with us via Live Chat or by calling 866.848.8499.
Sacramento, Calif., opened its state-of-the-art arena, the Golden 1 Center, in 2016. It serves as the home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings while also bringing dozens of exciting live events to the California capital each year.
Legendary Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Paul McCartney had the honor of performing the first-ever Golden 1 Center concert on Oct. 4, 2016.
See a complete schedule of Golden 1 Center concerts and events at the bottom of this page.
Built to hold between 17,000-19,000 fans, the Golden 1 Center can host all kinds of events. From major concerts to basketball games and everything in between, this arena was built with big events in mind.
For all events, fans will be able to find seating options in the 100 and 200 Levels, both of which hold standard stadium seating. For concerts and theater events, the Floor Level will also be open with either general admission or reserved seating options.
The Floor Level is first up on the Golden 1 Center seating chart. This space will generally be available for performances that won’t take up the floor, most notably arena concerts and stand-up shows. The Floor Level is a desirable option for concerts especially, since you’ll be able to get up close to the stage and see your favorite bands and artists live.
Seats in the 100 Level are situated in tiered rows, as shown in the image below. Equipped with stadium-style seats, the 100 Level is a good option for fans looking to get a guaranteed seat for their event that’s close to all the action. It’s also a favorite of fans who prefer to have an elevated view of the show or game.
Following a ring of private suites, the 200 Level is the last seating option available in the Golden 1 Center. Sitting at the top of the arena, the 200 Level is generally the most affordable option for fans looking to attend live events. The views from these seats are aerial, looking down upon the Floor Level, as you can see in the video below.
From star-studded concerts to must-see sporting events, there is always plenty of entertainment taking place at the Sacramento arena throughout the year. See a full schedule of Golden 1 Center events by clicking the red button below.