If you’re looking for some excitement, the Delta Center is guaranteed to have just the right event for you. The venue has been hosting many of the city’s highly-anticipated entertainment spectacles. The Delta Center has a plethora of events lined up for the year. The venue is highly flexible and can be converted to accommodate all types of events. Surely, basketball fanatics can look forward to an amazing season with Utah Jazz home games. The basketball seat layout can host up to 18,000 spectators. Being the home for Utah’s NBA team has made the Delta Center almost a second home for basketball fans. Expect incredible excitement during the NBA season as the influx of fans and spectators all gather at the venue to see their favorite team reach for victory.

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What to expect at Delta Center

Aside from basketball, sports entertainment fans can look forward to the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.’s Raw. Every year, the WWE drops by the Delta Center for its flagship shows, Raw or Smackdown. For several years now, the Delta Center has consistently hosted WWE live broadcast events.

Since 2021, the Delta Center has become the home for Frozen Fury pre-season games between the Los Angeles Kings and Golden Knights from the National Hockey League. This year’s match is guaranteed to deliver an adrenaline-pumping showdown.

Rodeo enthusiasts can also anticipate the return of the highly sought-after Professional Bull Riding (PBR) – Unleash the Beast. You will witness many of America’s bravest and most skilled bull riders battle it out with who stays on top of the raging animal the longest. They say that bullriding is the most dangerous eight minutes in sports entertainment. Come and check out PBR at the Delta Center to know why!

For music lovers, the Delta Center is the prime destination for some of the world’s biggest superstars and bands. Renowned artists who require a relatively large-scale production and target a capacity of over 10,000 fans have always put their trust in the venue.

Lastly, families wanting a great bonding time can check out Delta Center’s winter events, such as Disney on Ice. The venue has been known to host several performances of the iconic Disney On Ice series. So watch out for this year’s new theme and groundbreaking performances by your favorite Disney characters.

Famous performers at the Delta Center

The Delta Center prides itself on being part of Utah’s entertainment history. The arena is the destination of choice among the world’s biggest pop, rock, and hip-hop stars. This year’s line-up comprises chart-toppers, ‘90s legends, iconic rock bands, and beloved country music stars. Just for 2023 – 2024 alone, the Delta Center is set to host concerts by Tim Mcgraw, John Mayer, Travis Scott, Lauv, SZA, and Ryan Hamilton. Fans keen on seeing high-energy rock bands can also check out The 1975, the legendary Aerosmith, Tool, Old Dominion, Depeche Mode, and more. Latin music fans will also get some incredible entertainment as the Delta Center proudly presents the illustrious Christian Nodal and Luis Miguel.

The winter season will also have the venue fully packed as the Disney On Ice and Trans Siberian Orchestra deliver their latest holiday extravaganzas. These names are just a few more additions to the Delta Center’s long list of famous names. In the past, the arena has hosted iconic concerts featuring U2, Bon Jovi, Barry Manilow, Rush, and more.

During the ‘90s, the venue famously hosted Iron Maiden’s Fear of the Dark Tour. Meanwhile, Rush and Mr. Big’s iconic co-headlining Roll the Bones Tour conquered the arena for one night during spring. At the peak of their career, Metallica brought the Wherever We May Roam Tour to the Delta Center in the winter of 1992. They were the first major metal band to hold a show at the arena.