Published on November 5th, 2013 | by Ath letize0
EnergySolutions Arena Seating Chart
The EnergySolutions Arena (formerly known as Delta Center) is a multi-purpose sporting arena in Salt lake City, Utah and is the home of the Utah Jazz of the NBA and the Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League. A detailed EnergySolutions Arena seating chart is located to the left. EnergySolutions Arena is located in downtown Salt Lake City. It’s a popular location for large concert events in the state of Utah.
The arena is owned by Larry Miller Sports & Entertainment which built the arena for $93 million. EnergySolutions Arena seats roughly 19,911 for basketball events.
Click on the link/s below to view seating charts for all the different events held inside the EnergySolutions Arena.
- EnergySolutions Arena Concert seating chart – end stage seating
- EnergySolutions Arena Concert seating chart – center stage seating
EnergySolutions Arena Quick Facts
- Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
- Main Teams: Utah Jazz, Utah Blaze (AFL)
- Seating Capacity: 19,911(approximately)
- Size: 750,000 square feet
- Opened: 1991
History of EnergySolutions Arena
Utah businessman Larry H. Miller broke ground on the present site May 22, 1990 and later completed the arena on October 4, 1991. EnergySolutions Arena replaced the since-demolished Salt Palace arena which had only 12,616 seats.
The first basketball game played in the arena was a pre-season game loss to Patrick Ewing and the New York Knicks. Notably, on June 8, 1996, the Delta Center hosted the largest crowd in the history of American minor league hockey: 17,381 fans attended Game 4 of the 1996 Turner Cup Finals.
The Delta Center (now EnergySolutions Arena) hosted games of the 1997 and 1998 NBA Finals where fans enjoyed watching Michael Jordan and the Bulls take on Stockton & Malone of the Jazz. The movie Legally Blonde 2 was partially filmed in the arena.
EnergySolutions Arena is commonly known around the NBA as one of the hardest arenas to play in due to how loud the crowd gets. It was recorded at one point during game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, a decibel meter installed at floor level had readings over 110 decibels!
After Delta Air Lines declined to renew their 15-year naming rights contract, Larry H. Miller opted to sell naming rights to EnergySolutions, a low level nuclear waste disposal company headquartered in Salt Lake City. These new naming rights will expire in 2016.
On April 15, 2010, over a year after the passing of Jazz owner Larry H. Miller, the Utah Jazz basketball court was named in his honor. The official name is Larry H. Miller Court at EnergySolutions Arena.
EnergySolutions Arena Address
301 West South Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Phone: 1 + 801.325.2000