Dunkin' Donuts Center843 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 1 La Salle Square, Providence, RI 02903, United States
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-4013316700
- Time Required: 00:20 Mins
- Tags: Arena, Family And Kids
Built as a men's basketball indoor arena, this facility constructed in 1972 has gone on to become a multi-purpose Center used for everything from hockey, wrestling, to concerts, Comic Cons and conventions. Currently it is home to the Providence Bruins and the Providence College men's basketball team. Artists performing here have included David Bowie, Bee Gees, Janet Jackson, Eric Clapton and the Grateful Dead. The food and drink at the concession stand are supposed to be consistent and good. The management of the place is supposed to be excellent and ease of access is high. The bathrooms are clean and easily accessible. You can also book sections of the arena for your own event.
Dunkin' Donuts Center Travel Tips
- Paid parking available at North Garage Parking Lot, 99 West Exchange Street.
- Disabled accessible.
Entrance Ticket Details For Dunkin' Donuts Center
- Ticket prices depend on the event, the seating and the day of the week.
Dunkin' Donuts Center Hours
- All times given here are for box office opening hours. Actual event and performance times will be different.
- Monday – Friday from 9am – 5pm
- Closed Saturdays and Sundays unless there is an event.
How to Reach Dunkin' Donuts Center
- Buses 92 stop Atwells Opp Enterprise
- Buses 8X, 9X, 10X, 12X, 14, 20, 27, 28, 33, 49, 50, 56, 59X, 60, 61X, 65X, 66, 92, 95X stop Sabin Midblock RI Convention Center
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Dunkin' Donuts Center Reviews & Ratings
A wonderful concert venue, comfortable seats, friendly staff, excellent service. I would definitely return to see another show or event at this location. We went to see the last USA date of the Jojo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. Tour, so we had our children with us. Entering the venue was easy, bathrooms were clearly marked and easy to find, had no trouble finding our seats. The place was clean and the food was tasty. The wait for the ladies room was at times high, but they have cocktails on tap, so that makes up for it. There were a few choices as far as parking locations went, and the one we chose was reasonably priced. Overall it was a wonderful experience.
Immaculate facility. Comfort and game food sold on the premises is diverse but highly over priced and over rated as any sporting facility. Seating is comfortable but be sure to dress warmly for an event as be it February or May, it is chilly in the arena. Excellent security during Friars basketball games and other events. Parking is adjacent and not without cost. Great place to attend an event as filled with monitors and great spirit.
DD center is easy to get to and even easier to navigate. Feels big with a hometown atmosphere. Providence Bruins and the Friars rock the building and I got to see the BIG 3 league from Ice Cube. It was a great little event. Former pros playing 3 on 3 half court...awesome!
TL;DR: Nice smaller venue, just schedule doors opening better. We came for John Mayer on a Saturday-- he didn't have an opener, so Ticketmaster said he was going to go on around 7:30pm. Usually people filter in during the opener, but since he didn't have one, everyone was obviously trying to get there on time. The doors were not open until 6:30pm, which would be fine if there was an opener. But everyone obviously showed up early, and there were huge queues to get in. We were there around 6:45pm, and we didn't get inside the building until around 7:30pm. The arena itself was great, a nice small venue, but they should have opened the doors much earlier so that everyone can see the show on time.
Saw Michael buble last night. Spent $140 for a seat in row T which had an obstructed view of the stage. We had a screen for only part of the show. I was not told of any obstruction when I purchased the tickets which for me is a big expense. I go to a concert once in a blue moon but I love Michael and wanted to see him live once in my life. He was great as I knew he would be, but needless to say, I was extremely dissatisfied with the venue. It may be great for hockey games, but that is all. I won't ever go there again. I big disappointment.