T-Mobile Opens to Crowds Based on Protocols Approved by the Governor
The T-Mobile Arena opened for the Las Vegas Golden Knights after a 363 day closure.
The Golden Knights Fans returned to the T-Mobile Arena Monday March 1. twelve games into the season.
The Golden Knights were allowed 15 percent of capacity or 2,600 fans. The following restrictions will apply.
No bags allowed.
Three layer masks must be worn at all times inside the Arena when not eating or drinking. Face shields cannot be worn as a substitute. Fans 2 years old and younger do need to wear masks.
Prior to entering the Arena Ticketed Fans must complete a health questionnaire on your computer or phone at an app called CLEAR which can be found in the Google or Apple app store. Fans are required to complete the checklist 12 hours before the game.
Fans will be given a suggested arrival time based on their seating location. Fans will enter through different entrances.
T-Mobile has transitioned to a full cashless system. CASH WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Concession outlets will be open throughout the Arena, all selling the same items. Eating and drinking is prohibited on the Concourse.
After the game fans will be released based on their section and seat location.
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