4500 West Tropicana Avenue
The Orleans Arena, a Boyd Gaming facility located just west of the Las Vegas Strip, is one of the nation’s leading multi-purpose sports and entertainment facilities and the 2014 recipient of the Venue Excellence Award from the International Association of Venue Managers.
In addition, the Orleans Arena is one of only a handful of arenas in the United States to achieve LEED Gold Certification and is part of the largest company in Nevada to achieve SHARP Certification for commitments to safe venue operations. According to Venues Today magazine, the Orleans Arena, which hosts more than 200 events each year, consistently ranks in the Top 10 for ticket sales in the United States and internationally among venues of similar size. These events include nationally touring concerts, NCAA basketball conference tournaments, family shows, motorsports and other unique events.
Orleans Arena Guidelines
- No outside food or beverage will be allowed in the venue.
- No professional cameras without proper credentials will be allowed (a professional camera is classified as a camera with a removable lens). No tripods allowed.
- No audio or video recording devices or laser pointers will be allowed.
- For most performances, children who have reached their 2nd birthday will require a ticket for admission into the event.
- No backpacks or large bags will be allowed inside. Patrons may also be subject to an additional search.
- While attending events at the venue, guests may be subject to either audio or video recording during the show.
- The use of strobe lights and other theatrical effects may be used during select performances.
For more information, please visit www.orleansarena.com.
The Orleans Arena is a 9,500 seat multi-purpose arena in Paradise, Nevada. It is home to the Las Vegas Sin women’s football team and is also an occasional home for the UNLV Rebels basketball team when the Thomas & Mack Center is in use. The arena was previously the home of the Las Vegas Wranglers ice hockey team from 2003 to 2014 and the Las Vegas Gladiators arena football team in 2007. It is located at the Orleans Hotel and Casino and is operated by Coast Casinos, a subsidiary of Boyd Gaming Corporation.