Go Knights, Go!

Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena is a great place for hockey fans.

Of course, you’ll have a great time if you identify as a Golden Knights die-hard, but if you’re visiting and want to take in a lively game with a puck buddy, we promise you won’t walk away disappointed.

The arena, which is conveniently located steps across from the MGM Park hotel property, is an amazing location to visit between your typical bouts of gambling, shopping and live shows while in Sin City — and it would be a sin to skip it.

The atmosphere at T-Mobile Arena

Aside from the venue being accessible, the stadium is as well, with spaced out escalators, elevators, friendly security and staff, making for a very easy walk in and out of the arena before, after and during the game.

Like many arenas, there are really no bad seats to see a game, as the game as well as the pre and mid-game shows are heavily broadcast on the screens around the space, making for an immersive 360º experience.

Watching the game

The game we attended was a low-scoring affair, but even though no goals were scored in the first period, an incredible amount of fun was had. Make sure to arrive early enough to watch the pre-show, as the Golden Knights’ mascot takes the ice to entertain the crowd ‘Game of Thrones’ style, in a full-set of armor, with fire, smoke and dragons included. The mid-game graphics are also a hoot — our game featured classic characters like Steamboat Willie and the Penguins of Madagascar and even the Jabberwockies dance crew showed up. 

When all was said and done, the Knights came away victorious, capping a perfect evening with the team’s stars Mark Stone, Jack Eichel and Jonathan Marchessault up on the ice.

Final Verdict

For a great addition to your Vegas plans, a game at T-Mobile arena is a must, and a nice break from the slot machines and gambling… although sports betting is allowed!

Check out the Las Vegas Golden Knights in 2024

If you want to see the 2023 Stanley Cup champions live this season, it isn’t too late.

As of now, the Knights still have 16 huge home games before the postseason kicks off in the spring.

That includes high-profile matchups against the Carolina Hurricanes (Feb. 17), Toronto Maple Leafs (Feb. 22), Detroit Red Wings (March 9), New Jersey Devils (March 17) and Colorado Avalanche (April 14).

Want to find the game that makes the most sense for your schedule?

Check out the Golden Knights’ complete 2024 home and away schedule here.

Huge Las Vegas concerts in 2024

Prefer a concert?

Many major acts are bringing their hits to Vegas venues all year long.

Here are just five of our favorites you won’t want to sleep on in while you’re sauntering in and around the Strip.

• U2

• Phish

• Adele

• Christina Aguilera

• Wu Tang Clan

Not in Vegas at the moment? Check out our list of the 50 biggest concert tours in 2024 here to find out who may be coming to a venue near you.

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