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Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis

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  • Went to watch the Pacers play, also have been for concert. This is a very nice arena with easy access. Not complicated at all. Prices are the usual for NBA games but the atmosphere is good.  more »
  • We attended the Neil Diamond concert here on Memorial Day weekend. This was a.very nice place. We are from St. Louis, and this place beats the Scottrade Center, hands down. We would visit again. Maybe...  more »
  • After watching basketball in different cities this is a basketball junkies' haven. Great seats almost everywhere to watch the action.  more »
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  • Pacers Basketball, Disney On Ice, Concerts... I have enjoyed all these events at the Fieldhouse. It is clean and well maintained. It is bright inside with comfortable seating. The jumbo tron is crispy clear and the sound system is great! As far as the event goes, it is a good venue to watch. At the last event, I noticed that there were a few local concessions. I think there should be more local Indiana choices. BLF - you get some better choices there, and I'd release more of my $$$ in your house.
  • Had a great time at the game last night, the atmosphere was electric with Lance back on the team. I haven't seen a game with a crowd that excited since the return of PG. Security up front at bankers was excellent, the moved us through so quick and wished us to have a great time. Ticket takers were quick and polite, and the woman who gave me and my boyfriend our limited edition PG bobble head was awesome as well! My only complaint, the ticket checker when we were looking for our seats. I believe his name was Jerry but I could be wrong, I think we sat in section 208, row 13, seats 13 and 14. I came up to look for my seat, hands full of two bobblehead boxes, my wallet, and my phone. Jerry asked to see my ticket, and I motioned towards my boyfriend who was walking in front of me that he had it. He then asked my boyfriend to pull up his tickets, which he began to do. Jerry was very impatient however, and made comments about how we know how it is and he needs to check them. Which, I understand, his tone was very accusatory though. As if he knew we were in the wrong section. He also did not ask several people in front of us for their tickets. We finally got them out to show them to him and he waved us along. Said nothing about having a good time, or a thank you. I always thought that the staff at Bankers Life checking tickets at the sections were their to help you find your seat and greet you. Jerry proved me wrong though. As the last member of the Bankers life staff to come in contact with me that night, he did leave a bad taste in my mouth. He was not the usual friendly, smiling staff you guys usually employ. I'm not sure if he dealt with some bad fans before we came in. But I did not appreciate being talked down to and his impatience was uncalled for. Other than Jerry, thanks for a great night Bankers Life! We'll be sure to pick a different section next time and hope to come in contact with a kinder staff member.
  • The best arena I have ever been to, and I have been to a lot. The building is a great throwback to the old field house era and is a great showcase of the history of basketball in Indiana. The upper balcony is very steep and may be a little much for those afraid of heights. The concessions are pricey as usual but there is a good variety to choose from.
  • Really top notch facilities. I'm only here for Pacers games but it feels great. Lots of room for crowds. It flows nicely. Plenty of bathrooms. Easy garage access on the side with Maryland Garage. Food options here are decent and priced like you'd except for a professional sporting venue but not where you fell too bad buying something. Seats all the way up to the balcony are cushioned and comfortable. You have a great view no matter where you sit and the sound system is phenomenal. Easily one of the best venues in the NBA.
  • Nice stadium, or whatever you want to call it. Concession stand workers were great. For example, I got an ice cream cup and it was probably a little over $3. But the man who did it gave me A LOT of it. There's an ice cream place in my small town who would not have even given me half of that amount for that price. The only issue I had with my experience here is that when trying to get back to our seats, my brother was the only one of the three of us who had his ticket on him. My cousin and I left ours under our seats by accident. I realize many places won't let you get by without a ticket but we said we'd go up there and get the tickets and he said no. Then I asked my brother if he could go get our tickets and bring them down. The man said he would not allow that because we could be using my brothers ticket. Which doesn't make sense because we would be showing him two tickets, they couldn't both be my brother's. And we said we would show him all three. And his response is "I'll allow it I guess. I'm not supposed to, nor do I really believe you but go ahead." We were trying our best to prove that our seats were in that location and were trying to cooperate but he just didn't seem to want to.