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Little Caesars Arena, Detroit

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Little Caesars Arena is a multi-purpose arena in Midtown Detroit. Construction began on April 24, 2015, following a formal groundbreaking ceremony on September 25, 2014. Opened on September 5, 2017, the arena, which cost $862.9 million to construct, replaced Joe Louis Arena and The Palace of Auburn Hills as the homes of the Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey League (NHL) and the Detroit Pistons of the National Basketball Association (NBA), respectively.


The arena features a unique, clear plastic roofed concourse connecting it to offices and shops surrounding it. It was designed to be the flagship of a new $2.1 billion 650,000-square-foot (60,000 m2) sports and entertainment district, The District Detroit, with mixed-use neighborhoods with new residential and retail outlets located around the Cass Corridor, Ford Field, and Comerica Park.
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  • Went to see the Red Wings last week. Smallish crowd but a great atmosphere. I like how the theme of the building is all Red Wings. Didn't like how they tried to weave in the Piston blue in some...  more »
  • This weekend will be my 4th time at the arena. Big 3 and Pistons games very affordable prices compared to the Raptors games.. so I drive here  more »
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  • The Little Caesars Arena is very well put together. It’s easy to find what you’re looking for and staff did a great job helping when needed. I had a private suite both times I went which I highly recommend. I can’t comment on the individual seats. However, the view from the suite was sweet! Our group enjoyed it!
  • Really amazing concert venue. The acoustics were great and very easy access to seating. The arena had a good layout with accessing inside and navigating the outer corridor. Security was quick to process, not a long wait trying to get in. My only complaint is that they seated some people behind the concert backdrop, at some points I couldn’t see the band.

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