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Chesapeake Energy Arena, Oklahoma City

(4.5/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Home to the NBA’s Oklahoma City Thunder, the SMG-managed Chesapeake Energy Arena also plays host to live concerts, family shows, major sporting events and the best in world-class entertainment.
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TripAdvisor
  • Good fan experience at a recent OKC Thunder Game. Engaging crowd "entertainers" and decent food availability, including premium wine, beer and child-friendly offerings. 
  • Great location & good place to catch a concert or Thunder game. Been going here for concerts since it first opened. 
  • Always fun to go to Thunder games. The restrooms are always clean and plentiful. Had a great time. We sat in the lower section for the first time - wow, what a difference! So much fun to watch the pla...  more »
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  • "The Peake" is a very nice arena with all of the latest multimedia gadgets, score boards, and systems. The seating is comfortable and clean. The layout is easy to navigate. This is a venue that is proud to be the home of the OKC Thunder and the Thunder are happy to be in such a great building. The food and drink prices are a bit high but most even centers are that way. There are many events around and in the arena to do before and during the game- face painting, kid stuff, shops, music, restaurants, etc. Before games Thunder Alley is a great place to get pumped up for the game.
  • Beautiful in its simplicity, the public access areas are channeled for maximum traffic flow and accessibility. In a croud of thousands, it's surprisingly easy to navigate through to concessions, bathrooms, and seating areas. Enclosed venues can often seem tight and congested, but the lighting and minimal floor-level decorative obstructions keep the halls feeling open and airy. Well maintained and comfortable seating provided a pleasant experience for the concert.
  • Love the Thunder, so may be a bit predisposed to a positive rating, but we really enjoyed the game even though we were way at the top (330, F, 15-16). We could still clearly identify the players and participate in the excitement. Drummers, cameramen and shirts/noisemaker signs were all available in our section, so we never felt left out. Beer, food and souvenirs were nearby and easy to find. Not any more expensive than anywhere similar. Staff was super friendly and helpful. There are a few different team stores inside, as well as a few places outside...mostly affordable with some cool/unique stuff. The elevators made the process of finding & getting into our seats a lot easier. The whole fan experience was awesome, but I would think it would be a good place for any event given that even though it's big you don't feel so far away that you aren't a part of things.
  • Staff Is friendly. The bathrooms are clean, as well as the stadium. Food and drinks are WAY overpriced. Seating is far too cramped. You kind of feel like you're going to fall face first into the crowd below anytime you stand up. On a positive note, you usually make friends with the people you're smashed in between for hours at a time. Go Thunder!
  • Awesome the best basketball game i have ever been to. Great seats. Any seat here you can see quite well. Best sporting event ive been to