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Directions to US Bank Arena

From the North on I-75:
From I-75 South, take the Second St. exit, and stay in the right late of Second St. until it ends in front of U.S. Bank Arena at Pete Rose Way. Or take the Freeman Avenue exit, and when Freeman Avenue ends at Mehring Way, turn left, and U.S. Bank Arena will be on the left after Great American Ballpark and Paul Brown Stadium.


From the North on I-71:
From I-71 South, take the Gilbert Avenue exit, and turn right by the bus station onto East Court Street. Take the first left onto Reedy Street, and then left onto Eggleston Avenue, which ends at Pete Rose Way. Turn right, and U.S. Bank Arena will be on the left.


From the South on I-71/75:
From I-71/75 North, take the Second Street exit, and stay in the right lane of Second Street until it ends in front of U.S. Bank Arena at Pete Rose Way.


From the South on I-471:
Crossing the bridge, stay in the right lane, and take the exit for I-75 N/West US-50. Stay right for the 3rd Street exit, and then take the first light left onto Broadway. U.S. Bank Arena will be at the corner of Pete Rose Way.

Parking near US Bank Arena

Parking rates start at $6.00 USD in the Great American Ballpark garage or the East garage. You can access them from South Side or Pete Rose Way.

Transportation to US Bank Arena

For only $1.00 USD, you can take TANK's South Bank Shuttle between lots of locations in downtown Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky.

U.S. Bank Arena

Cincinnati, Ohio is home to a bevy of professional and semi-pro sports teams, and several of them have played at the U.S. Bank Arena, the largest indoor arena in the Cincinnati area. The U.S. Bank Arena currently houses the ECHL's Cincinnati Cyclones, although it has also been home to dozens of other teams throughout the years. Sports lovers come out in droves to get sports tickets to events at the U.S. Bank Arena!

U.S. Bank Arena Seating Chart

The U.S. Bank Arena in Cincinnati has been a go-to place in the city for sports and entertainment since 1975, when it first opened to the public. A tragedy resulting from a trampling accident before a The Who concert in 1979 put the arena on the map, but after revisions in ticket policies, the U.S. Bank Arena remains a top seller of concert tickets to big events at the venue.

U.S. Bank Arena Seat Map

U.S. Bank Arena tickets have been big sellers for decades, especially because the venue has played host to basketball, hockey and arena football teams like the NCAA's Cincinnati Bearcats, AF2's Cincinnati Jungle Kats and Swarm, WHA's Cincinnati Stingers, MISL's Cincinnati Kids, AFL's Cincinnati Rockers, NIFL's Cincinnati Marshals, CHL's Cincinnati Tigers and NPSL's Cincinnati Silverbacks, among others, over the years.

U.S. Bank Arena Map

No matter the event taking place at the U.S. Bank Arena, the Cincinnati venue brings tons of patrons to its doors on a regular basis. The indoor arena is a go-to place in Cincinnati for live entertainment, and there's always something going on at the venue. Head to StubHub to find theater tickets and more available now for upcoming events at this Cincinnati hotspot!