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The Sacramento Kings are a team searching for its identity within the NBA. Although the franchise has struggled over the last decade, the Kings have exciting, young talent on the roster that could help turn the tide. More and more fans are beginning to recognize the team’s potential and are heading out to the Golden […]Read More →
The upper deck or 200 level at the Golden 1 Center is steeper than most indoor arenas. The benefits to a steeper level is that you are much closer to court or stage. The downside is that there are no cup holders, since the top of the seat in front of you is at your feet. We think that the trade off is worthwhile, as the seats in the upper level at Golden 1 Center will provide one of the best views in the NBA.
With Golden 1 Center being located in Northern California it should come as no surprise that there is plenty of new technology available to visitors. The main video board located at center court will be 84 feet long, nearly the length of the entire court, which will be the largest screen in the NBA. The videos will also be broadcast in 4K Ultra HD. Golden 1 Center will provide free wi-fi to all its visitors, but this isn't just any old stadium wi-fi. In a deal with Comcast the arena will have two 100-gigabit ethernet circuits. Translation: the network will be able to handle more than 225,000 posts on Instagram every second, and will be 17,000 times faster than your average home internet!
Golden 1 Center is offering 34 Luxury Suites, which will give partners access to all events year-round. In addition to the suite itself, they will also have access to three separate exclusive clubs with upscale food and beverages, plus access to two Skyboxes that overlook the concourse. Other amenities include VIP parking and separate entrance into the venue.
The Golden 1 Center is a multi-purpose indoor arena in downtown Sacramento, and is the new home of the NBA's Sacramento Kings. It has a capacity of 17,500 tickets for basketball and 19,000 for concerts. Opened in October of 2016, Golden 1 Center boasts the latest in environmental and technological innovations, and received a LEED Gold certificate for its green initiatives.
The Golden 1 Center follows the typical venue pattern where seat number 1 is always closest to the lowered numbered section adjacent to it. So for example seat 1 in section 121 will be on the aisle closest to section 120. You can always interpret it as seat number 1 will always be on the right side of any given section when facing the court or floor.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Golden 1 Center would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Golden 1 Center seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.