Xcel Energy Center
Xcel Energy Center
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Xcel Energy Center's wide-open concourses - measuring as much as 70 feet in width - offer guests with an open view of every event. Each of the four levels was strategically designed to create great sightlines and superior acoustics.
Five public gate entrances, one with a clock tower in the center of it.
State-of-the-art scoreboard featuring LED display and four 9’ x 16’ video boards.
Ribbon board signage – 360-degree, full-color LED board that offers unlimited opportunities for messaging and creative branding.
Four interactive areas positioned in the arena’s interior corners – one is utilized for the famous “Let’s Play Hockey” announcement prior to the start of each Minnesota Wild game, one is home to an organ in the shape of a zamboni, and one in the shape of a lighthouse. The fourth is used for various entertainment opportunities during Wild games.
The Xcel Energy Center lighthouse highlights the energy in the building, and with it’s blaring horn, becomes the focal point each time the Minnesota Wild scores a goal.
Dining & Refreshment Possibilities
Headwaters Bar and Restaurant
An exquisite bar and restaurant on the Club level which features elegant buffet style serving. The restaurant also offers a 360-degree bar, lounge and fireplace.
Iron Range Grill
A hockey themed sports bar, located near Gate 4 at Section 120 on the main level, complete with 40 televisions and State of Hockey memorabilia.
Nineteen concession stands offering a variety of offerings can be found throughout the building
The Phillips Old Time Hockey Lounge on the upper concourse offers special concoctions from the Minnesota-based distiller that warms the hockey spirit on cold winter nights.
Exclusive Entertainment Areas
NHL Alumni Lounge
Stunning, warm and intimate social gathering place complete with full bar, TV, leather furniture and memorabilia. The pine-finished lounge sits tucked away on the Club level providing the ultimate setting for privacy and exclusivity.
The Fishing Lodge
Exclusive to Minnesota Wild “On-the-Glass” season ticket holders, the pine-finished 1½ story exquisite entertainment space features a radio broadcast studio, plasma TVs, full bar, pool table, leather seating and fishing-themed displays courtesy of Minnesota-based Genmar Corporation.