VIDEO: Arena’s phase two renovations are complete

0 Arena has completed phase two of a three-year renovation plan, officially unveiling the arena’s tunnel and terrace suites, each with a capacity of 12 occupants, which it says will place fans lower and closer to the action than any of the arena’s 160 existing premium suites.

By contrast, the terrace suites are easily visible to the bowl and offer 14 guests an all-access experience just off the main concourse.

Both the tunnel and terrace suites come with tickets to all sporting events including playoff games, concerts, and shows, with tunnel suite owners also receiving parking under the arena for sporting events.

Big sound

Phase two of the renovations also features a new look for the upper concourse level and
concession stands throughout the venue, as well as a new JBL professional sound system. As one of the largest sound systems in the NBA, the new JBL design includes its VTX A-Series line array loudspeakers and JBL VTX subwoofers.

Additional upgrades to Arena include new food and beverage offerings which
incorporate grab & go locations, dedicated spaces to accommodate guests’ special needs
and 48 new EV charging ports.

“The completion of phase two of our three-year renovation plan is the most significant change
that we have made to the arena bowl and our premium offerings since we opened our doors in
October 1999,” said Lee Zeidman, president, Arena, Peacock Theater and L.A. LIVE.

New and continued partnerships

The completion of phase two of the arena’s extensive renovations has meant re-negotiation of several partner deals throughout the arena, including existing partnerships with American Express, Coca-Cola,  and Delta Air Lines, among others.

As a Arena founding partner, American Express will offer its Card Members several benefits, including the ability to skip the line, and a discount for items purchased at concessions using an American Express Card.

As part of the recently expanded partnership, Coca Cola have introduced the “Coke Studio” – a 3,300 square foot music studio and event space.

Delta, a long-time founding partner of Arena, will be launching the first
Delta SKY360° Club at the arena this season, located in what was previously known as the
Chairman’s Club.

Other partnerships include those with Yaamava’ Resort & Casino at San Manuel (Yaamava’), KultureCity, and Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) “Just Walk Out” technology, which has recently been installed in a few venues in the US. Arena also released a walkthrough video displaying the already completed elements of phase two, the full post for which can be viewed on the Stadia LinkedIn here.

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