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- My daughter and I enjoyed our tour! So informative and amazing to walk all over the new stadium. Our tour guide was friendly and fun. After our tour, we were able to purchase nachos and given a free glass of wine. Then we were able to sit and watch the Las Vegas women basketball game. Too funny they were playing our hometown team, D.C. Mystics! 🤗Written November 25, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- We took our little boys to see a paw patrol show here. I must say it was a nicer theater/stadium than I was expecting. Service was very nice inside and out.Written April 29, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Attended a Las Vegas Lights USL soccer match at Cashman Field. Bleachers are a bit uncomfortable, but chair backs are good. Lots of fun activities in addition to the game: the night we were there they had a water balloon fight on the field at half-time-This was a welcome respite from the heat. Food is good, with hot dogs, hamburgers and tacos the main offerings. Fun crowd. The field is a bit out of the way if you are staying on the strip. We took an Uber.Written June 29, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- My daughter and her friend were her for a couple of tournaments. The first one was fine, during the second one, the 7.1 earthquake happened! They continued shortly after. The third one, their team won first place. Now here's the issue...My daughter bought 8 hours of time there. She planned on using her remaining 2 1/2 hours on our last day. There was a sign before noon, saying they would be closed for an event...at 8PM!! The were closed the whole afternoon, and she never got to use the time remaining, effectively wasting her money. They offered nothing to rectify the situation. They should have given advanced notice of their closing, so she could use the time the day before.Written July 15, 2019
- My husband and I visited The Ice Rink at The Cosmopolitan after purchasing a Groupon. The drinks sold at the nearby bar featured some unique cocktails and hot chocolate, which we appreciated, and we also enjoyed the fantastic views and the areas offering a heater to warm up while the crew resurfaced the ice. Still, the rink itself was small and over-crowded. Definitely more of a family activity rather than the romantic experience I had been hoping for.Written January 2, 2020
- This stadium is pretty cool. I think there was rumors they were closing it but opening up another stadium near by but I haven't confirmed any of that. We were here for professional dirt bike races. It is interesting how they can manage to haul in all the dirt and sand needed for something like that for a weekend. They even had part of the track go outside the stadium and come back in. Very impressive. we sat on the east side so had a view of Vegas in the background and the sunset was picture-worthy for sure. The seats weren't bad as far as comfortableness, considering we sat for 4 hours. There was options for food. Well kept and clean.Try and catch an event before changes come.Written January 8, 2020
- Played Padel at P1 and it was a great experience! Great people and an awesome facility! I would highly recommend for all your Padel needs. I can't say enough good things about this place, make it your Padel destination.Written July 8, 2023
- Unfortunately for us, we sat through a snoozefest of a game in June 2021 when the Aviators lost to the Tacoma Raniers. I think the final was 5-2.
We paid $107 (all fees included) for 4 tickets in section 116 along the 3rd base side. For AAA baseball, I thought those ticket prices were a little steep. Concession prices were also major league-level and not as affordable as many other minor league parks. But having said that, I guess it IS relatively affordable entertainment for Las Vegas.
The park was nice but nothing special. Sit on the 3rd base side if you want to be in the shade at the start of a night game. FREE parking was adjacent to the stadium and was only a couple minute walk to the gates.Written August 29, 2021
- WOW - what a great venue for all levels of soccer! we had friends come into Las Vegas for the western U.S.A. Mayor's Cup Invitational Soccer tournament and this 10-field soccer park is AWESOME. NO fake turf here - JUST BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY, SOFT Green GRASSWritten October 31, 2018
- First class simulator range. Work on the range or play a course most could never even play this is an awesome facility. I can't wait to go back and play some more.Written April 20, 2016
- There's a new women's professional basketball league right here in Las Vegas, and it's so exciting to have them call our city home. Made up of four teams and featuring pro players from college and the WNBA, the new league has games at the Athletes Unlimited Arena, inside the Sport Center of Las Vegas on Sunset Road. It's a great venue to watch these talented ladies play. (Check out the Athletes Unlimited website to learn about the cool scoring system and more; it is a really exciting league).
The arena is great, and tickets are $20 each for the general admission seating. One ticket gets you into a doubleheader, so you can watch two games in one day. It's a great deal. Seats on the floor in fold-out chairs courtside run $40 and $50. The GA seating is on bleachers, and they are hard and don't have any back support. Thankfully, security allows you to bring in pads and back supports if you need it.
The $20 tickets are a great deal, and there are usually plenty of spaces to sit. The league is still brand new, but it's thankfully catching on quickly. The crowd keeps growing each week. Be sure to check online for discount codes to save even more. They run a lot of "kids go free" promos, and even offer comped tickets with a code through Eventbrite sometimes.
Note that the only concessions available here come from a random food truck that parks outside during games. Sometimes it's a pizza truck, a Mediterranean truck, or a hot dog truck. If you are a picky eater or have kids, feed them beforehand. While food and drinks are NOT allowed inside, they do let you bring in a bottle of water.
AU has fixed up the arena nicely, with lots of cool free posters and more. You can even see where the weekly draft is held (they broadcast it every Sunday at noon, online), and the production quality is extremely high. The in-game experience is fun (they even have arena host CJ from the Las Vegas Aces there to provide entertainment, as well as a resident DJ). I can't rave enough about what a quality, fun experience they provide for fans.
They have a small shop featuring cool AU merchandise, but get ready for some serious sticker shock. T-shirts and mini basketballs are expensive, so bring your wallet. The cool thing is that after every game, select players hang out in the lobby to sign autographs, pose for photos, and meet fans. I got my $25 mini basketball signed by Natasha Cloud and Ty Young, so that was pretty cool!
There's tons of free parking at the arena, but I don't like going to games at night because the lot isn't well lit. If I'm attending a game alone after dark, I go early so I can park close to the door (where there are some lights).
I LOVE the new AU basketball league. The players rotate through teams each week, so it's never the same team / game twice. Come out and support women in sports!Written June 6, 2022
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