About Sprint Center
Located in Kansas City, Missouri, the Sprint Center is a glittering, circular glass-and-mirror indoor arena that’s one of the newest and most cutting-edge indoor venues in the United States. With a capacity of around 19,000 and a short but vibrant history of hosting some of the most electrifying events around, this multi-purpose stadium has a lot going for it – and a lot to offer.
History of the Sprint Center
Breaking ground in 2005, the Sprint Center first opened its doors in 2007. It immediately became a major selling point for Kansas City, thanks in part to its unique mirrored glass and steel facade but also for its other amenities and design elements. In fact, since this venue has opened, its proximity to both Kansas City International Airport and four different major interstate highways has helped attract major sports and music acts from all over the United States.
What Makes Sprint Center Events So Special?
The Sprint Center features plenty of design elements that make events at this venue so much fun. Its 360-degree LED video screen means you’ll never miss a second of the action no matter what type of event you’re attending, and other perks like the arena also housing the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame make it even more fun and exciting for fans of all ages.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Sprint Center located?
Sprint Center is located on the east side of the Power & Light District in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
What kind of events does Sprint Center host?
This multi-purpose arena hosts many events year-round. Sprint Center sporting events include arena football, basketball, ice hockey. The number of concerts held at the Sprint Center in its short tenure is nothing short of staggering, though. Elton John, Garth Brooks, Tina Turner, Roger Waters, the Foo Fighters, Jason Aldean, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Taylor Swift – some of the biggest names in music have all graced the Sprint Center’s stage, and this shows no sign of stopping anytime soon!
Which team is playing at Sprint Center?
Long-term tenants included the AFL’s Kansas City Command for several years, while the Big 12 Men’s Basketball Tournament has been held there every year since 2010.
Where can I park for free at Sprint Center?
There are many parking lots available for Sprint Center event attendees. The official parking map lays out all the parking garages in the vicinity for fans to utilize.
What is the seating capacity of Sprint Center?
Sprint Center sporting events seat over 19,000 people.
Who owns Sprint Center?
The arena is owned by Kansas City.
How do I get to Sprint Center using public transport?
Parking can be a hassle, fans wishing to have a stress-free evening can turn to public transport. The KC streetcar serves all of downtown Kansas City. Arriving a Sprint Center events on time is made easy with the tram, just ride it to the Power & Light District area all you’ll find yourself where you need to be.