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Allstate Arena

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With a seating capacity of 18,500, the Allstate Arena is one of Chicagoland's largest indoor event venues. From the musical stylings of some of the country's to... more
With a seating capacity of 18,500, the Allstate Arena is one of Chicagoland's largest indoor event venues. From the musical stylings of some of the country's top performers to the mesmerizing spectacle of shows like Disney on Ice, the Allstate Arena hosts a wide variety of events each year. The arena also hosts sporting events including hockey matches, WWE events and arena football, and is the home of DePaul University's Blue Demons. With a varied and vast program of events to boast, Allstate Arena is one of the area's premier destinations for world class entertainment.... less
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  • dpenn1982
    4/9/2018
    Have been to this place many times. I never have had a bad experience. The place is large enough to accommodate the crowds and yet there really isn’t a bad seat in the place. The most recent visit was... moreHave been to this place many times. I never have had a bad experience. The place is large enough to accommodate the crowds and yet there really isn’t a bad seat in the place. The most recent visit was for a professional hockey game and it isn’t a fortune so you could actually take a family of any size really and not lose an arm and a leg (I personally have more fun at these games than an NHL game). We have been to other events here as well an have the same to say about the facility.... less
  • David P
    3/4/2018
    Way too small for monster jam. The trucks don’t have any room to even get going. Lame . Just boring. And the parking is stupid, there are Tow trucks standing ready to tow. Cash only $20 dollars . Does... moreWay too small for monster jam. The trucks don’t have any room to even get going. Lame . Just boring. And the parking is stupid, there are Tow trucks standing ready to tow. Cash only $20 dollars . Does not say that on the ticket. If you don’t have cash they make you turn around and leave. Just another scam to get more money out of you. Never again am I going to this arena for any event.... less
  • zimmys57
    2/26/2018
    Cheeseheads that attended Brad Paisley concert and were favorably impressed. Nice sized concert venue with plenty of hotels and restaurants within walking distance. Sound and video boards were of good... moreCheeseheads that attended Brad Paisley concert and were favorably impressed. Nice sized concert venue with plenty of hotels and restaurants within walking distance. Sound and video boards were of good quality and there were plenty of food and drink vendors with little or no lines, Plan to revisit in future.... less
  • pfavia
    2/25/2018
    Great venue for a concert in the suburbs. Love not having to go all the way into the city for some good music. Easy in and out for most concerts. Saw Brad Paisley and Keith Urban here recently. Great... moreGreat venue for a concert in the suburbs. Love not having to go all the way into the city for some good music. Easy in and out for most concerts. Saw Brad Paisley and Keith Urban here recently. Great acoustics. Will visit again.... less
  • 0chicagotraveler1
    2/20/2018
    The Allstate Arena was the site of a game between the Chicago Wolves, an affiiate of the NHL Expansion Vegas Golden Knights, and the San Antonio Rampage. The Wolves lost 2-1, but that was the only di... moreThe Allstate Arena was the site of a game between the Chicago Wolves, an affiiate of the NHL Expansion Vegas Golden Knights, and the San Antonio Rampage. The Wolves lost 2-1, but that was the only disappointment of the night.I watched the game with someone using a wheel chair. Wheel chair seating is limited, and so I ordered tickets in advance via Ticketmaster. The process is unfortunately more involved than just putting a credit card into a web site, but everything worked smoothly. There are two wheel chair sections, section 113 and 116 in the corners, at the top of the lower level. The seats are a long way from the action, but roomy, and a bit elevated above the seats in front to give a good view. There was a wheelchair accessible rest room in the concourse close to the seats.The crowd was friendly, and prices were low enough that people brought kinds, which limited some of the alcohol-induced frenzy that you'll see at an NHL game. I wouldn't want to spend the money necessary to bring a family every week, but I didn't need to take out a mortgage to do it. Game pace is slower than the NHL. The Rampage goalie Husso may be somebody to watch. The game ended with a real treat: Part-owner of the Wolves Wayne Messmer did a Question and Answer session, and stayed around to talk to fans. He stayed until the last fan left the venue; I know, because it was me. He took the time to give frank answers to questions. Wayne Messmer made a great impression.... less