need wrestling back. the way the arena's set up for wrestling is pretty decent. there's no room for the smackdown stage, though. rey doesn't have his pop-up stage. other than that, it's really nice! good views throughout the arena, unless you're sitting behind someone with a really big sign. set up for raw is better than for smackdown.
A state-of-the-art sports venue doubling as a prime concert hall in north Sacramento..
The 17,300-seat home to pro basketball teams the Kings (NBA) and the Monarchs (WNBA) doubles as a major music venue; Garth Brooks, the Rolling Stones, Metallica and KISS have graced the stage. The cavernous space is acoustically sound, and the seating offers unobstructed views. Thirty first-class luxury suites on the concourse level of the arena feature brass-and-oak furnishings, excellent video and sound systems, VCRs and wet bars.
For sports fans, there's a team store stocked with paraphernalia, the Coors Light Party Place (a nightclub open game nights, complete with a full bar, DJ and dancing) and the Skyline Lounge (a buffet-style restaurant).
Check out the Kings while in town!. This is the most exciting place to be in Sacramento (even if you're not a basketball fan). There's really not a bad seat in the house during basketball season. Make sure to get tickets early.
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