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  • With mostly memories remaining, old Arco Arena awaits its fate

    Arco Arena, which has had other names since it was erected to be home of the Sacramento Kings, has been a focal point for big events in Sacramento since 1988. With the Kings moving into the new downtown Golden 1 Center next fall, the fate of their old home, which also has hosted circuses, concerts, monster trucks, graduations, indoor football and soccer and more, remains uncertain. But as The Sacramento Bee's Sam Stanton reports, the place still echoes with nearly three decades of memories.

Arco Arena, which has had other names since it was erected to be home of the Sacramento Kings, has been a focal point for big events in Sacramento since 1988. With the Kings moving into the new downtown Golden 1 Center next fall, the fate of their old home, which also has hosted circuses, concerts, monster trucks, graduations, indoor football and soccer and more, remains uncertain. But as The Sacramento Bee's Sam Stanton reports, the place still echoes with nearly three decades of memories. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee
Arco Arena, which has had other names since it was erected to be home of the Sacramento Kings, has been a focal point for big events in Sacramento since 1988. With the Kings moving into the new downtown Golden 1 Center next fall, the fate of their old home, which also has hosted circuses, concerts, monster trucks, graduations, indoor football and soccer and more, remains uncertain. But as The Sacramento Bee's Sam Stanton reports, the place still echoes with nearly three decades of memories. Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee

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