With almost 3 years of construction and a price tag of more than $860 million, Little Caesar’s Arena is finally open.
Hosting the Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Pistons, and many concerts, this new venue will have a variety of entertainment.
Long-time Red Wings icon and legend, Al Sobotka, is excited for the new changes and arena.
“All the extra things we have now, we never had before,” Sobotka said.
The arena has four full-size restaurants, nearly a dozen bars, a full glass roof, retail stores, a practice rink, state of the art lighting panels, and the largest jumbotron in the league.
Communications professional at the ‘caesar-sized’ arena, Alex DiFilippo, says this is something you should experience when you’re in Detroit.
“It’s been really cool to see people walk in the building for the first time. A lot of oohs and ahs. A lot of people that are really blown away,” DiFilippo said.
The venue has events booked almost every night. To find out what is coming up at the arena, visit its website.