Comerica Center Event Tickets
Become a Texas legend when you obtain your Comerica Center tickets. As Collin County’s premier events venue, the Comerica Center is a multipurpose facility featuring great entertainment options and live sporting events. It was constructed for $27 million when it opened in 2003. The complex is located at 2601 Avenue of the Stars, Frisco, TX 75034. Originally the venue was called the Deja Blue Arena and changed its name when it was renovated in 2008, becoming the Dr. Pepper Arena. In 2019, the naming rights for the complex changed again to the Comerica Center, which is a bank in the Frisco area. Buy your Comerica Center tickets through TicketSmarter today.
Currently, it is used as executive offices and a practice facility for the National Hockey League's (NHL) Dallas Stars. It is also home to the Texas Legends, which is a National Basketball League (NBA) G League team. They are an affiliate of the Dallas Mavericks NBA team. Starting in 2020, the Frisco Fighters, an Indoor Football League (IFL) team, will call the Comerica Center home. When not used as a sporting complex, the venue hosts with artists, such as, KC and the Sunshine Band and Skillet.
Comerica Center Seating Chart
When the Dallas Stars are playing at the complex, up to 3,500 spectators can attend a hockey game. However, for concerts that number goes up to 7,000, with a majority of the tickets sold on the arena floor as standing room only. When the Frisco Fighters soar, you should purchase your IFL tickets in sections 120 or 121, as those are centerfield. The most expensive seats are in rows A and B, as those are directly next to the field. There are 12 suites with a court-side suite also available. When you purchase your tickets through TicketSmarter, you can filter by location or price.
Comerica Center Schedule
The events schedule for the Comerica Center features sporting activities, concerts and other forms of live entertainment. The south parking lot has been used for multiple Cirque du Soleil’s Grand Chapiteau performances. In 2016, the arena was converted into a basketball court to host the NCAA Men's Division II Basketball Elite Eight round. Some concerts that have taken place at the complex include artists For King and Country, Ludacris and Eric Church. There have also been some music festivals held at the center like the Monster Mosh featuring Motionless in White, William Control and Crown the Empire. Check out the events calendar from TicketSmarter for all of the upcoming events.
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