Frequently Asked Questions
When will Pinnacle Bank Arena open?
What events might take place at Pinnacle Bank Arena?
Outside of men's and women's Husker basketball games, the Pinnacle Bank Arena will host concerts, family shows, high school and college events and other sporting events.
Can you email me information regarding upcoming Pinnacle Bank Arena events?
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Are cameras allowed for the Pinnacle Bank Arena events?
For most events, at the request of the artists and/or leagues, cameras with professional or detachable lenses are not allowed. Audio and video recording is also not allowed. Point and shoot cameras are generally allowed. Camera policies are subject to change and will vary by event. The specific camera policy for an event can be found on the event page for that show.
Where should I park for Arena events?
More parking information will be available in 2013 including parking fees. There will be at least one new parking garage on location as well as several surface lots making parking convenient. While some of the parking will be reserved for premium seating ticket holders, there is the potential of 5,000 or more stalls near the arena. In addition, there will be a Festival Parking area south of the public works building near Haymarket Park. A new pedestrian bridge will come from the Festival Parking area and will land at the northeast corner of the arena, approximately 28 feet off the ground, and also connect to the east side at ground level as well.
Please visit our Directions and Parking page for detailed information.
How many will Pinnacle Bank Arena seat and how will it be configured?
Containing 470,400 square feet, the new Pinnacle Bank Arena will seat 15,391 fans when configured for Husker Basketball games. It is divided into two bowls (upper and lower) and three levels (100, 200, 300) with Premium Seating Suites and Loge Boxes located between Level 100 and Level 200. There will be 73 concession points of sale and two private Club Lounges, one located on the Main Concourse (Level 100) and one on the Premium Level Concourse. There is seating for the disabled just off the main and upper concourses. There are 115 total wheelchair positions and 115 wheelchair companion seats in the new arena.
I do not have season tickets, but I want to get them when the Huskers move to the new arena. What do I need to do?
Click the link below in red and fill out the short waitlist form for either men's or women's basketball season tickets and information will be sent to you. The link is a new landing page which has been created for Pinnacle Bank Arena at huskers.com.
Will there be a center scoreboard, and stat boards similar to those at the Bob Devaney Sports Center?
Nebraska will be the first school in the Big Ten Conference to feature an HD (6 mm) center hung video board for its basketball games. There will also be ribbon boards, stat boards, a state of the art sound system and many new fan amenities to enjoy.
Can I bring food or drinks into the arena?
Outside food or beverages of any kind (alcoholic beverages included) may not be brought into the Pinnacle Bank Arena.
Can I host a business meeting or special event at Pinnacle Bank Arena?
Corporate/private gatherings are available for any size of group. Catering and event planning services are also available. Please email Tom Lorenz at email@example.com or Charlie Schilling at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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