View from section 18 at Vivint Smart Home Arena, home of the Utah Jazz.

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0 #2 Chip 2013-11-11 08:05
One thing I really like about this arena is how close all of the seats are to the floor. You can't find that in some of the other basketball venues I've been to. Plus, sitting here right at center court, we had a very central vantage point since we were close to everything. The only downside being the number of steps there are in each lower level area. If you sit near the floor, getting to the restroom or food lines could end up being a 20 minute journey. The concourses tend to get very crowded and crammed with patrons. As of late though, the Jazz attendance has been down so there have been less bodies in the way. Fans are very fair weather about this team even though they boast that this place is the loudest arena in the NBA. It hasn't been since Malone and Stockton were here if you ask me. Or maybe when Deron W and Kirilenko were here? But since then, the atmosphere has really died.

This is a very family friendly arena though. You should have no troubles as a visiting fan here nor should you in most NBA arenas you come across. Razzing the visiting fans is usually only seen in the NFL and amongst the Yankees-Red Sox fans. Or maybe only in Boston, New York and Philadelphia. They say concerts here suck because the accoustics are poor but I've only seen Jazz games here.
0 #1 Kevin Williams 2011-12-15 04:11
This section is exactly at center court behind the scorer's table. You have both team's benches to your right and left. Close to the action, the seats at Energy Solutions are right an atop of the court which creates the ultimate fan experience.

Tickets are very expensive here. Expect to pay over $50 for a ticket.

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