Oracle Arena7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA 94621
The arena opened in 1966 as the Coliseum and is the oldest in the NBA. The facility was completely renovated, at a cost of $121 million, in time for the 1997-98 Warriors season, adding 4,000 seats plus luxury suites. Oracle Corporation received a 10-year naming rights deal in 2006. The old Coliseum hosted many teams and events, including the Bay Bombers of roller derby fame, the California Golden Seals of the NHL and the Golden Bay Earthquakes of the MISL. Oracle Arena is adjacent to the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, home of the NFL's Raiders and the Athletics of Major League Baseball.
7000 Coliseum Way
Oakland, CA 94621
From San Francisco: East on Bay Bridge to I-880 South. Take the 66th Avenue exit. Take a left at end of ramp and follow signs to the Arena From San Mateo: Go east on San Mateo Bridge to I-880. Then north on I-880 toward Oakland. Take Hegenberger Road exit. Make a left at the light and follow signs to the Arena. From San Rafael: Take the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge to I-580 East. Then take I-980 toward downtown Oakland. Continue on I-980 as it becomes I-880 South (Nimitz Freeway). Exit at 66th Avenue. Make a left and follow signs to the Arena. From San Jose: Go north on I-880 (Nimitz Freeway) toward Oakland. Exit Hegenberger Road. Make a left at the light and follow signs to the Arena From Vallejo/Sacramento: Go west on I-80 toward Oakland then East on I-580. Take I-980 toward downtown Oakland as it becomes I-880 South. Exit at 66th Avenue. Make a left and follow signs to the Arena. From Pleasanton: Go west on I-580. Take the 238 connector to I-880. Go north on I-880. Exit Hegenberger Road. Make a left and follow signs to the Arena.
Parking gates for Oracle Arena open two hours before the event (doors open 90 minutes prior). Cars and motorcycles cost $20 to park, RVs/limos/buses are $48. Reserving parking spaces is not permitted. Should you tailgate, all charcoal must be extinguished and disposed of before leaving.
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