T-Mobile Arena brings an exciting edge to the Las Vegas Strip. This amazing 20,000-seat venue set between the New York New York and Monte Carlo casino-hotels hosts more than 100 events every year, ranging from big ticket concerts to special sporting events. Arena amenities include 44 luxury suites, two party suites, eight event level suites, and more than two dozen private loge boxes, and it is possible rent out the arena for private functions. A wide variety of food and beverage options extend to each level of suites and seats, and catering services are available. The dining choices don’t end there for those who are attending a T-Mobile Arena event. From the Vegas Strip, pedestrians who are headed to the arena can immerse themselves in the outdoor dining and entertainment district that is known as The Park. It’s the perfect gathering place for pre-event socializing, offering an assortment of tempting restaurants to go with its appealing open-air atmosphere.
The T-Mobile Arena address is 3780 S. Las Vegas Blvd. The venue’s box office is on the east side and is open every day, save for Sundays and major holidays. Normal box office hours are noon to 6 PM. On event days, the hours are noon until the start of the event. The option to purchase T-Mobile Arena tickets in advance via telephone or online is available and is recommended, especially for big ticket events that will likely sell out fast.
The Park Las Vegas
The Park is an public, outdoor gathering area that serves as a transition zone between the busy Vegas Strip and the state-of-the-art T-Mobile Arena. Intended to mimic popular open-air gathering places in other cities around the globe, it is pleasantly accented by sharp desert landscaping and interesting pieces of public art, including a 40-foot steel sculpture of a woman dancing that can be illuminated with changing colors at night. The sculpture is called Bliss Dance and was created by Marco Cochrane. A misting system combines with The Park’s vegetation and various shade structures to actually lower the temperatures by up to 10 degrees on extra hot days, which only makes this public space even more inviting. Linking The Park to another gathering space that is just outside T-Mobile Arena, known as Toshiba Plaza, is an 800-foot paved walkway. Both The Park and Toshiba Plaza host their own events from time to time, including festivals and holiday celebrations, only adding to the entertainment options in this dynamic part of town.
Restaurants at the Park
The Park Restaurants
Part of seeing a concert or other event at T-Mobile Arena is enjoying time outside at The Park. The place to be before an event, or even after for some nightlife, The Park offers an excellent assortment of dining and drinking selections through its resident restaurants. These restaurants include the Beerhaus and Bruxie. As its name suggests, the Beerhaus serves plenty of beer. It also has a bar food menu with brisket, rotisserie beef, and chicken sandwiches among the tempting choices. At Bruxie, gourmet waffles are the main attraction. The Park visitors can also get some sushi at the Japanese eatery Sake Rok, grab some pizza at California Pizza Kitchen, or get a burger at Shake Shack. Adjoining The Park and serving as its neighbors are even more culinary venues, including those at the outdoor BLVD Plaza at Monte Carlo, so there is no shortage of food and beverage options in the area.
Hotels Near T-Mobile Arena
Staying within close proximity of T-Mobile Arena is certainly an option for those who are in Vegas for an event. The most obvious lodging choices in the immediate area include New York New York, the Monte Carlo and the Aria. From these casino-hotels, it’s a very short walk to The Park and the arena. View our Las Vegas Strip Map (above) to see other lodging choices that are found in the general area.
For those who are driving to T-Mobile Arena for their event of choice, there are nearby parking garages to choose from. These parking garages include those found at New York New York, Monte Carlo and the Aria. Reserved event parking passes for these parking garages come with a fee and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Discounted rates of just $10 can be enjoyed by those who purchase their parking garage passes prior to the event date in question. Prices go up on the day of the event, and it is not possible to purchase Reserved Parking on-site at any of these parking garages on the night of the event. Frank Sinatra Drive is the main access road for all three garages. Other options include parking at other area Vegas Strip casino-hotels and walking over. There’s also the Las Vegas Monorail, which makes stops up and down The Strip, including at the MGM Grand station just across the Strip from the New York-New York and Monte Carlo. Various ticket options are available for the Monorail, including the $12 all-day pass.