About Toyota Arena
Located on the outskirts of Los Angeles in the suburb of Ontario, the Toyota Arena is one of the newest, biggest, and most modern indoor multi-purpose stadiums in the region, and it shows. With a full capacity of more than 11,000, the arena can handle the basketball, ice hockey, indoor soccer, and concert events with ease, making it a versatile and popular choice for sporting events and music tours alike.
The History of the Toyota Arena
Known as the Citizens Business Bank Arena even from before construction began in 2006, up until 2019, the Toyota Arena opened in 2008 and has been a rip-roaring success ever since. In fact, nobody has even complained that the old Ontario Motor Speedway had to be torn down to make room for this new arena – and with the way Californians love to complain, that’s a pretty big accomplishment!
What’s So Special About Toyota Arena Events?
Whether you know it as Toyota Arena, the Citizens Business Bank Arena, or anything else, this indoor stadium has what it takes to show you a good time. The best local teams, the biggest and most electrifying concerts, and all presented in a thoroughly modern multi-purpose arena – what more could you possibly want?
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Toyota Arena located?
Toyota Arena is located on the outskirts of Los Angeles, CA, in the suburb of Ontario.
What kind of events does Toyota Arena host?
In addition to, hockey, soccer, and basketball; boxing, wrestling, and MMA are common Toyota Arena events. When it comes to concerts, though, this venue is just as busy. Cher, Cyndi Lauper, Katy Perry, Carrie Underwood, Metallica, Justin Beiber, Earth Wind & Fire, Elton John, Chicago, Pitbull, Bob Dylan, The Eagles – you name it, they’ve been there. The Toyota Arena even hosted the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus. How’s that for some quality entertainment?
Which team is playing at Toyota Arena?
Toyota Arena has been the home to nearly a dozen local sports teams since it opened. Major tenants include the EHCL’s Ontario Reign ice hockey team from 2008 through 2015 (and then the AHL’s Ontario Reign from then until present), the Major Arena Soccer League’s Ontario Fury from 2013 to present, and the NBA G-League’s Agua Caliente Clippers.
Where can I park for free at Toyota Arena?
The arena has over 3,500 parking spaces for Toyota Arena events attendees to utilize. Prices vary depending on the event. Keep in mind, parking lots in the surrounding area can be restricted. Please take caution to street signage as cars parked in restricted parking zones are subject to being towed.
What is the seating capacity of Toyota Arena?
Toyota Arena sporting events can host up to 11,000 cheering fans.
Who owns Toyota Arena?
Toyota Arena is owned by the city of Ontario.
How do I get to Toyota Arena using public transport?
Fans wishing to reach Toyota Arena events using public transportation are in luck. Toyota Arena encourages guests to consider taking public transit to avoid traffic, save on gas and parking, and reduce your carbon footprint. You can use and the Omnitrans Bus to easily connect to the venue.