Orleans Arena – The Orleans Hotel

Las Vegas, Nevada

Previous and Current Tenants

Since Tiberti Construction broke ground in 2002 in a building activity that cost $85 million, the Orleans Arena has been the home of several prestigious sports teams in Las Vegas, Nevada. The first occupants were the Las Vegas Wranglers of the East Coast Hockey League, who used the multipurpose arena from 2003 to 2014. The next tenant was the Las Vegas Gladiators of the Arena Football League, who stayed there for just a single season. 

There was a four-year gap before the Las Vegas Sin of the X League (women’s football) moved in as the third tenant, occupying the place from 2011 to 2013. In 2012, the Las Vegas Legends of the Major Arena Soccer League used the Orleans Arena as their home venue, making them co-tenants with the Las Vegas Sin in the 2012 and 13 seasons. Fast forward to 2019, the Vegas Rollers of World TeamTennis took over the occupancy for one season. The following year, Henderson Silver Knights of the American Hockey League became the new tenants till the end of the 2022 season. 

Orleans Arena’s Capacities

The multi-surface venue is renowned for hosting different sporting and musical events, but what’s more interesting is that its seating capacities differ for each sport. Boxing, for instance, has a maximum seating capacity of 9,500 people. When there is a music concert scheduled to be held at the Orleans Arena, it can seat over 8,900 people. 

Then we have ice hockey coming in next at over 7,700, closely followed by Rodeo at over 5,700 people. Finally, Tennis rounds it up with the lowest seating capacity of 5,000 spectators. 

Catch the excitement of live sports and concerts at the Orleans Arena – secure your seats now to be part of the thrilling action and entertainment!