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We traveled to Sacramento to attend one of the last Kings home games in the building. It is located about 10 minutes north of downtown Sacramento. We had no problems getting there via Uber. The arena is pretty old (obviously the reason why they are...More
My wife and I attended the 94.7 Spring Fling concert at Sleep Train. The lineup was great. Cage the Elephant, Silversun Pickups, Foals, and Bear Hands. We had great seats and the sound was very good. Cage and SSPU and two of my favorite bands....More
Just close this place and start over. An old stadium that needs to be torn down and re-built. Seeing the Kings play here is over finally, hearing a concert is awful, crazy acoustics, food prices and parking is through the roof. Arco..Sleep Train...Whatever... We can...More
I had a lower-level seat toward the top and it was fine for the Kings-Nuggets game recently. The seats were fine and the view good, but sometimes, the groups of people walking up/down the aisles or heading to the middle seats obscured the view. There's...More
Arco is a dump by comparison with other NBA venues. That's why the new arena downtown is such a big deal. It was built on the cheap, and age hasn't improved it. But, and it's a big but, it's a lot of fun to visit...More
Sleep Train Arena was a lot of fun. We went to see the L.A Lakers play. We had to see Koby Bryant one more time. The building seemed old but the game was a blast even though the Lakers lost. The food prices were about...More
We came here from San Francisco on the bus just to see the game - as the Knicks were on a road trip.
We knew that this was the oldest stadium being used by the NBA and that was fine - it was actually part...More
While Arco Arena, Power Balance Pavilion, and now Sllep Train Arena has had a good run, it is in its last year before arena events move downtown to the fancy new Golden 1 Center. The Natomas area restaurants will likely suffer, but downtown will benefit...More