The Suns played at Veterans Memorial Coliseum from their first season in 1968 until 1992, when America West Arena was built for $90 million. US Airways bought America West in 2005. The arena was considered ahead of its time, according to the arena website, with 88 luxury suites and more than 2,200 club seats, and its design spawned several similar arenas in the NBA's Western Conference. The arena hosted the 1995 and 2009 NBA All-Star Games and also is home to the Mercury of the WNBA.
Courtside Club seating includes Rows A-C.
Lower Level Sections 101-116 and 124 include Rows 1-28.
Upper Level seating includes Rows 1-14.
Tickets not specified by the seller as Courtside Club or Loge Box may map to a less premium section.
Depending on the event, children ages 2 and older usually require a ticket to enter the arena.
Sealed water bottles (one liter or smaller) are allowed in building; no other outside concessions allowed. No pets other than "assisting" animals. US Airways Center is a non-smoking facility. Smoking areas outside building are available, depending on event. Non-professional cameras only (depending on event). No laser pointers. No video cameras allowed. No recorders allowed.
201 E. Jefferson St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
From the west: Take I-10 east to Seventh Avenue South. Turn left on Jefferson Street, then turn right on First Street. The center will be on your left.
From the east: Take I-10 to Seventh Street South. Turn right on Washington Street, then turn left on First Street. The center will be on your left.
The arena has an attached five-story, 700-space parking structure and a six-story, 1,450-space parking structure available at Third and Jefferson streets. Several parking lots and structures are within a 10-minute walk of US Airways Center. Prices vary by event. For additional information, call (602) 514-8472.
Public transportation is provided by Valley Metro, which operates a fleet of buses, rideshare program and light rail system. For schedules and information, visit the Valley Metro website.