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Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Las Vegas | Reno & Tahoe

Las Vegas Sports Venues
Las Vegas | Reno & Tahoe | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1983
Las Vegas
12,500
Home of the Las Vegas 51s (New York Mets AAA affiliate)
 
1971
Las Vegas
142,000
NHRA
 
1999
Las Vegas
17,157
Patterned after Madison Square Garden; Hosts large scale concerts & sporting events
 
2003
Paradise
9,000
Home of the Las Vegas Wranglers (ECHL)
 
1970
Whitney
36,800
Home of UNLV Rebels football (MWC); Hosts USA Sevens annual rubgy tournament & the Maaco Bowl Las Vegas
 
1983
Paradise
18,776
Home of UNLV Runnin' Rebels basketball (MWC); Hosts the National Finals Rodeo
Reno & Tahoe Sports Venues
Las Vegas | Reno & Tahoe | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2009
Reno
9,100
Home of the Reno Aces (Arizona Diamondbacks AAA affiliate)
 
2008
Sparks
9,491
Home of 6 softball fields, 2 baseball fields, 2 youth baseball/softball fields, a stadium-size soccer field, 2 multi-purpose fields, 2 concession stands
 
1983
Reno
11,536
Home of Nevada Wolf Pack basketball (MWC)
 
1966
Reno
29,993
Home of Nevada Wolf Pack football (MWC)
 
1995
Reno
7,000
Home of 78 championship bowling lanes; the world's longest video screen (440 feet); will host 2013 USBC Open Championships
 
2005
Reno
7,500
Home of the Reno Bighorns (NBA D-League)
 
1995
Reno
9,491
Home of prestigious equine, rodeo, motocross, monster truck events including Reno Rodeo, BMX Blackjack Nationals


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