Located in Boise, Idaho, CenturyLink Arena hosts a variety of events, such as basketball, ice hockey, boxing and even concerts. Serving as the Idaho Steelheads' home arena for more than 20 years, the arena has also hosted other sports teams, such as the Boise Burn, the Boise Stallions and the Idaho Stampede. With its seating capacity of up to more than 6,000, CenturyLink Arena has not only hosted major sporting events such as UFC Fight Night 133, the 2006 CBA All-Star Game and more, the arena also hosts a number of concerts as well. Some major acts to perform at the CenturyLink Arena have been Kiss, Luke Bryan and more. CenturyLink continues to be one of the best areas to enjoy sporting events with teams, such as when the Tulsa Oilers face off against the Idaho Steelheads, and more. The best seating and tickets for CenturyLink Arena events can be found at StubHub.
Is parking available at CenturyLink Arena?
Yes, when attending CenturyLink Arena events, parking is available at a few garages. There is the Capitol Terrace Garage that is on Idaho Street and Capital Boulevard, the Boulevard Garage located on Capital Boulevard, and Front Street and Eastman Garage that is on Front Street and 9th Street.
Is there food available at the CenturyLink Arena events?
Yes, there are concessions stands throughout the venue, five of them being portable so as to serve guests while they enjoy the event. Menu items include pretzels, hot dogs, nachos, hamburgers as well as beverages and even alcoholic drinks.
Does the CenturyLink Arena have accommodations for wheelchairs?
Yes, the arena concourse has 108 seats that are accessible via wheelchair.
Are there hotels nearby the arena?
Yes, the Grove Hotel is in downtown Boise and has up to 250 suites and rooms along with a restaurant, bar, health spa and more.
Are babies allowed into events free of charge?
For Steelheads games, children who are not older than two years old may enter the arena for free. For other events, this may be subject to change.
How do I get to the CenturyLink Arena?
If you are traveling on I-84 east, bear to the left at the fork, and I-84 will turn into West Myrtle Street. When you get to South Capitol Boulevard, turn left and go up a block toward Front Street and Capital Boulevard. The arena will be on your left.Back to Top