Jim Murren views the arrival of the T-Mobile Arena as another major step in an upcoming golden era of entertainment.
Bliss Dance, the 40 foot-tall sculpture created by artist Marco Cochrane, was unveiled and lit up Monday night as part of the grand opening of The Park.
Before the title game even tipped off, the PAC-12 announced it was taking its basketball and going across the street to T-Mobile Arena in 2017. The move to the Strip’s newest, shiniest venue will boost attendance at the sold-out tournament by 42 percent, from around 13,000 to 18,500.
The T-Mobile Arena opens Wednesday, but it’s been building to that crescendo for quite awhile. Take a look at some of the most impressive features as they appeared before the doors were ready to open.
If you plan to enter the new T-Mobile Arena from the Strip, prepare for the pleasure of public art, desert-friendly landscaping, sushi, pizza and chicken and waffles.
Although new stars are being added frequently to T-Mobile Arena’s line-up of shows, here are a few big names that we think could sell out the 20,000-seat venue.
T-Mobile Arena isn’t a one-configuration-fits-all type of venue. With flexible moving platforms, seats can be arranged in different ways to host concerts with a stage at one end of the building, performances in the round, boxing and mixed-martial-arts matches and hockey and basketball games.
With the grand opening of the new T-Mobile arena less than a week away, how much do you know about the Strip’s newest venue?
A naked woman dancing in the vicinity of the Las Vegas Strip? If you think you’ve been there and seen that, think again.
The wait is over. Grand opening week has arrived for the much-anticipated unveiling of the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Backstreet Boys’ member Nick Carter confirmed that the ’90s boy band is headed to Sin City.
The big day is finally arriving! On Wednesday, MGM Resorts International and Anschutz Entertainment Group open the T-Mobile Arena with a concert by The Killers.
There’s more to experience in and around the T-Mobile Arena than athletes, musicians and celebrities.
I attempted to find a bad seat in the place of 20,000. But if there is one good thing that comes from building an arena with housing a professional hockey team in mind, it’s that such a sloped design doesn’t produce many poor angles for those paying to watch events.
With all the hoopla around the opening of T-Mobile Arena behind New York-New York, it’s easy to forget another key related addition to the Strip will also be christened: The Park.