Quicken Loans Arena Tickets
Quicken Loans Arena Seating Chart and Event Tickets
Events at Quicken Loans Arena
Quicken Loans Arena (formerly Gund Arena) is located in downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The Q, as it is commonly referred to by Ohioans, is the home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers. It originally opened in 1994 with an estimated construction cost of just over $100 million. Over the years its been the home of not only the Cavs but of the AHL’s Lake Erie Monsters, the AFL’s Cleveland Gladiators, the WNBA’s Cleveland Rockers, and more.
For basketball, the Q holds just over 20,000 and regularly sells out for home games played by the Cleveland Cavaliers. Owner Dan Gilbert has made it a priority to improve the Q over the years, which now offers state of the art scoreboards and sound systems. Despite the fact that LeBron James left Cleveland for South Beach, things are looking up for Cavs fans. Number one overall pick Kyrie Iriving looks to be the real deal after winning Rookie of the Year honors in his first season.
Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians is located just around the corner from the Q, on the corner of Ontario and Carnegie. Cleveland is considered by many as one of the best sports towns in the country, boasting an extremely loyal and knowledgeable fan base.
Over the years Quicken Loans Arena has hosted its fair share of concerts and other prominent events. The Q opened with a concert from the legendary Billy Joel in 1994. Additionally, the arena has played host to WWE events, the NBA All-Star Game, and the NBA Finals.
At GoTickets we have a great selection of tickets available for all of the upcoming events at Quicken Loans Arena. Take a look at the upcoming schedule at the Q and order your tickets to the next big show or game in the greater Cleveland area.