Over the last 18 months, we have been in various states of lockdown or stay-at-home order. However, the world is now starting to open again, much to the delight of millions of people across the world. Sports teams are playing in front of fans and musicians are playing to crowds once again.
Now that we are able to go out again, we’re all starting to plan our next events. Due to this, we thought we’d round up four of our favorite sports and entertainment venues everyone should visit. Ready to start planning?
Amway Center, FL
The Amway Center is an indoor sports and entertainment arena in Downtown Orlando, Florida. There are a huge amount of upcoming Amway Center events for you to take a look at, whether you are local or not. It is the home of the Orlando Magic of the NBA as well as the Orlando Solar Bears of the ECHL. Plus, they put on tens of concerts every year. With a downtown location and its indoor capacity of 20,000, this is one of our most wanted venues for upcoming events.
O2 Arena, London UK
If you are looking to travel abroad this summer, one of the biggest and best entertainment venues in the UK is London’s O2 Arena. It does not host any particular sports team but can fit over 20,000 people for concerts, leading to some of the biggest artists in the world heading there for their UK concerts. This is the venue that Michael Jackson was due to play 50 sold-out shows in before he passed away. If you’re into MMA and boxing, you can also often catch events here, or across the city in Wembley.
Fenway Park, MA
Let’s head outdoors now. If you’re a fan of baseball, there’s arguably no stadium in the world that can match up to Fenway Park. Home of the Boston Red Sox for the last 99 years, it has housed some of the all-time classic baseball games. However, it’s not all baseball at Fenway Park, as the likes of Guns ‘N’ Roses, Green Day, and Lady Gaga all have gigs booked in at the 37,000 seater venue in 2021 and beyond.
Rose Bowl Stadium, CA
Taking up at notch – and across the country – we’re in California at the Rose Bowl Stadium. This venue is absolutely massive, housing almost 91,000 seats plus space for standing guests on the field. The regular home of the UCLA Bruins football team is often sold out on weekends for both college football and concerts. Some of the biggest artists in the world have played at the Rose Bowl in recent years, including Jay Z, Coldplay, BTS, and Taylor Swift. These events are simply massive, with Taylor Swift’s show holding over 118,000 fans in the stadium over two days.
These are the four absolute favorite venues that we simply cannot wait to get back to as their doors reopen. Check them out online and see if there are any upcoming events that sound like the perfect trip for your first live event post-pandemic. We certainly know we’ll be back as soon as possible!