The Golden State Warriors are offering its fans a $100 monthly pass to experience the atmosphere of a game without purchasing a seat to view the court. The “In The Building” is the first of its kind and could be the harbinger of future ticketing practices in professional sports.
Delaware North, the company that owns and operates the TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics, revealed its plans to renovate and expand the facility. These changes, which will take place over the next two years, will cost $100 million and will add 50,000 square feet to the arena.
To wrap up their first season of the Stadium Journey Podcast, the team tackles the concept of Club 123. Join Dan Colacicco, Paul Baker, Marc Viquez and Dave Cottenie as they welcome special guest, Andrew Kulyk as he shares his experiences with the Ultimate Sports Road Trip and Club 123.
The 2018 season marks the 50th Anniversary of the Hawks move to Atlanta from St. Louis. While the team has several retro events planned to salute their past…. this year is all about the future. The clearest evidence of that is the $200 million renovation of the team’s home court, the newly renamed State Farm Arena.
Scotiabank Arena is as good an arena as anywhere in the NBA. A premium location combined with a fan base that has re-written expectations regarding fandom in the playoffs, Scotiabank Arena gives the Toronto Raptors a solid fan experience. Even with all of the changes in Raptorland, Raptor fans will still loudly proclaim that “We (Still) the North!”
Take an NBA team, plant it in a beautiful vibrant city, and build them a beautiful facility with modern touches that never seem to go out of style, and you have yourself Amway Center, the home of the Orlando Magic. Chock-full of quality concessions, comfortable seating, great bars nearby, and friendly patrons, you would be hard-pressed to find a venue as enjoyable and inviting for a game of professional basketball.