The $93 million Vivint Smart Home Arena -- previously known as EnergySolutions Arena -- opened in 1991 as the Delta Center, which had replaced the Salt Palace as the Utah Jazz's first home starting in 1979. In 1999, the arena suffered $3.75 million worth of damage to the roof from a tornado. EnergySolutions bought the naming rights to the arena in November 2006. The arena was used for figure skating and short-track speed skating during the 2002 Winter Olympics and has twice hosted the NBA Finals. Statues of Jazz greats John Stockton and Karl Malone are on display outside the arena. Jazztown is part of the upper bowl area where fans can enjoy special features on the fifth-level concourse, including Jazz tattoos and commemorative photos. The building received more than $4 million of renovations and improvements in summer 2010, adding more retail and dining options, including several pubs and clubs.
301 W. South Temple St. Salt Lake City, UT 84101
From the north: I-15 to 600 North (eastbound) exit to 400 West. South on 400 West to 100 South.
From south: I-15 to 600 South exit. Exit will merge onto 600 South heading East. East on 600 South (one way eastbound) to 300 West. North on 300 West to South Temple.
From the southwest: I-215 North to Redwood Road exit. North on Redwood Road to North Temple. East on North Temple to 300 West. South on 300 West to South Temple.
From the east: I-80 west to State Street. North on State Street to 500 South (one way westbound). West on 500 South to 300 West. North on 300 West to South Temple.
Parking lots around Vivint Smart Home Arena range from $5 to $10.
The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) offers light-rail service to Vivint Smart Home Arena on TRAX. Exit TRAX at the Arena station on South Temple across from Vivint Smart Home Arena. For more information, visit the Utah Transit Authority Web site.