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Tuesday, January 29, 2008 - Page updated at 02:33 p.m.

Fan's Guide

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Tickets
  • Visit any Ticketmaster outlet in Washington, Oregon or British Columbia or the Key Arena Box Office. Ticketmaster can be reached at (206) 628-0888
  • Call 1-800-462-2849 (1-800-4NBATIX) for information on single-game tickets.
  • For group or multi-game packages, call the Sonic ticket office at 206-283-DUNK (3865).

About KeyArena

Ownership: Owned and operated by the City of Seattle.
Opened: Construction began June 16, 1994. Doors opened Oct. 26, 1995.
Cost: City of Seattle, $74.5 million; Seattle SuperSonics, $20 million.
Seating capacity for basketball: 17,072.

Getting to the game

Address: 305 Harrison St., Seattle.

KeyArena is on the west side of the Seattle Center campus, which is in the lower Queen Anne neighborhood, just north of downtown.

Parking is available along First Avenue, Fifth Avenue North, Mercer Street and throughout lower Queen Anne. The Seattle Center monorail also provides transportation to and from Westlake Center, located at Pine Street between Fourth and Fifth, every 15 minutes.


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