Joe Louis ArenaCurrently Open
- Address: 19 Steve Yzerman Dr, Detroit, MI 48226, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-3133967000
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Sport, Arena, Stadium, Play Ground, Entertainment
Joe Louis Arena, or The Joe, home to the 11 time Stanley Cup winners Detroit Red Wings of the National Hockey league, is a hockey arena located in downtown Detroit. The Arena is one of 3 hockey arenas without corporate sponsorship in all of the United States.
This 20 thousand plus seater is Detroit’s largest indoor venue and hosts a wide range of exciting events including, but not limited to, National Hockey Matches, concerts, college football games and circuses.
- Between $15 and $330 depending on seats and game.
- Doors open 90 minutes prior to a game.
- Bus No. 025 & 029 stop at Fort&Cass
- Cobo Centre People Mover Station
- Joe Muer Seafood
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67.67% of people who visit Detroit include Joe Louis Arena in their plan
4 PM - 5 PM
37.69% of people start their Joe Louis Arena visit around 4 PM - 5 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Joe Louis Arena
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Joe Louis Arena
Sadly I never got the chance to see this one of a kind historic venue or experience a Red Wings game here, let alone a historic post season game. So sad to see it go, it's the Cincinnati Red's Riverfront stadium all over again, at least I saw a game or two there before it was gone. Also the Wings will not win a postseason game in the new Arena, because sometimes this happens when a team moves into a new venue after having tons of success in the old one.
So sad to no longer be able to see the Red Wings play here. It was a very cool venue and the crowd really got into games here. Will need to visit the new Little Ceaser's Arena to see how it compares now...
Was great for the final four when MSU played!
It was pretty good watching the game but getting out in cramped. I remember getting grabbed on the way out but I was ok. Still a great place
Sure, it's an older stadium, but "if those walls could talk" - oh, the stories of joy and excitement they'd tell. There really isn't a seat with a terrible view in the entire arena. You don't need front-row tickets to the enjoy the game. If you're a hockey fan, definitely worth visiting and appreciating the history. It won't be standing forever.