AMWAY ARENA

The Amway Arena, home to the NBA’s Orlando Magic and the Arena Football’s Orlando Predators, was designed to comfortably seat everything from 17,000 screaming NBA All-Star Game fans, to a few thousand jazz aficionados.Originally named the Orlando Arena, opened in January of 1989 and has since become known across the globe as a first-class live sports and entertainment facility. The Arena is one of several facilities owned and operated by the City of Orlando all under the name of "The Orlando Venues." The other facilities include the Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre, Tinker Field, the Florida Citrus Bowl, Harry P. Leu Gardens and Mennello Museum.

  • 367,000 square feet overall
  • 17,740 concert seating (end stage)
  • 17,248 basketball seating
  • 15,924 Arena Football seating
  • 15,788 circus seating
  • 15,948 hockey seating
  • 16,882 ice show seating
  • 18,039 concert seating (center stage)
  • Upholstered seats
  • 26 sky boxes (included in above capacities)
  • Permanent ice floor (200' x 85')
  • Jet Ice Water System
  • Portable stage (60' x 40')
  • Maximum width - 110 feet
  • Vertical clearance - 90' 4"
  • Luxurious "Green Room"
  • Two star dressing rooms
  • Six performer dressing rooms
  • Five team dressing rooms
  • Stage power - 2400A, 3 phase 120/208V
  • On-site parking for 4,200 cars
  • Parking for 7,100 cars within a 4 block radius
  • Truck parking
  • In-house Video Production
  • Recording support
  • Merchandise distribution
  • Concession management
  • Catering services
  • Sound engineer
  • House electrician
  • In-house advertising agency
  • Box office services
  • Group sales program
  • MISL Orlando Sharks
  • Home of NBA's "Orlando Magic"
  • Home of Arena Football League's "Orlando Predators"
  • Computer ticket sales
  • Disabled accessible
  • Hearing impaired system
  • Air conditioned
  • In-house event staff