Quicken Loans Arena Tickets

Quicken Loans Arena

Quicken Loans Arena sees hundreds of events each year ranging from sports to music to festivals. It is the home of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers, the AHL's Lake Erie Monsters and the AFL's Cleveland Gladiators. Also known as The Q, the arena is located in downtown Cleveland and replaced the Richfield Coliseum, which was located between Cleveland and Akron.

The Q, which first opened in October of 1994, was formerly known as the Gund Arena. It was named after a former Cleveland Cavalier owner, Gordon Gund. The majority owner of the team is now Dan Gilbert, who owns Quicken Loans. Gilbert renovated the arena prior to the 2005 NBA season, installing new video systems, new scoreboards, new seats, arena graphics, renovated locker rooms, upgrades to the suites, better security and new signage. Do not miss you chance to see one of the most exciting teams in the NBA. Get you Cavaliers tickets now!

It takes the staff at the Quicken Loans Arena three hours to switch from hockey to basketball. A subfloor is constructed on top of the ice, with the court then placed on top of the subfloor. The Cavaliers playing surface consists of 225 pieces of solid maple hardwood.

The arena seat 20,562 and there are 562 television screens located throughout the arena. For those who want to rent a suite, there are 92 to choose from. Of those 92 suites, 27 are just 15 rows from the floor. Sixty of the suites are 30 rows from the floor and five Platinum suites are on the event level of the arena.

Getting There and Getting In

Parking & Directions Quicken Loans Arena is conveniently located a quarter of a mile from all major freeways in and out of downtown Cleveland. This makes getting to the arena for any event incredibly easy.

There are two garages connected to the arena that have covered walkways that provide access to the building.

Interstate 90 is an excellent route to take for visitors coming from the East or West. For those coming from the North or South, consider using interstate 71 or interstate 77. Bus and rapid transit routes from RTA run directly to and from the arena to stations throughout Cuyahoga County.