EnergySolutions Arena - Home of the Utah Jazz

EnergySolutions Arena

EnergySolutions Arena is located just west of downtown Salt Lake City, approximately three minutes from team hotels and about 15 minutes from the Salt Lake International Airport. Situated at 301 West South Temple, just two blocks from the Salt Palace Convention Center, EnergySolutions Arena is within walking distance from downtown restaurants and Temple Square, and adjacent to The Gateway, an outdoor shopping and dining area. Originally opened as the Delta Center on October 7, 1991, the building was renamed EnergySolutions Arena on November 20, 2006.

The arena opened on October 4, 1991 and holds 19,911 for basketball and up to 19,688 for concerts. Construction began on June 11, 1990 and was completed in record-time – 15 months and 24 days later, at a cost of $66 million. EnergySolutions Arena boasts 50 luxury suites, an All-Star Suite and an Executives Club, three sky suites and numerous hospitality and multipurpose rooms.

The building has played host to the 1993 NBA All-Star Weekend, two NBA Finals, the 1999 U.S. Figuring Skating Championships, as well as figure skating and short track speed skating in the 2002 Olympic Winter Olympics. The arena has featured some of the biggest names in the music world, with the three largest concert draws in the arena’s history multiple night sellouts for Garth Brooks, U2 and the Rolling Stones. Family-friendly events such as Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice and the Days of ’47 Rodeo also make annual appearances. Over 1.8 million guests enjoy entertainment at EnergySolutions Arena each year.

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