The Kings have announced a new premium seating option at Golden 1 Center for games starting next season.
The so-called “balcony boxes” are positioned above the stadium’s grand entrance and offer 360-degree views of the court and city, according to a news release from the Kings. They will also be available for select shows at the arena.
Kings president Chris Granger said in a statement that the 10 new boxes, which seat four people each, “create a unique premium experience for Kings fans.”
The Kings moved into their $557 million arena last season and drew a capacity average of 17,608 fans per game, according to ESPN.com.
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The arena’s other multiseat options, 34 suites and 48 lofts, sold out before last season on multiyear terms, the Kings said.