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Tacoma Dome Details

Located in Tacoma, Washington and opened in 1983, the Tacoma Dome is an all-purpose arena that plays host to sporting events, concerts, and many other events in the world of sports, entertainment, and music. The venue has played host to multiple professional sports teams, in addition to the rest of the items on its list of accomplishments.

The arena was the home of the Seattle Supersonics in 1994 and 1994, while their regular home venue was being renovated into the present day KeyArena. The Tacoma Dome was also the home of the Tacoma Stars of the Major Indoor Soccer League, Tacoma Rockets of the Western Hockey League, and the Tacoma Sabercats of the West Coast Hockey League. The Tacoma Dome was also the home of the 1988 and 1989 NCAA women's basketball tournament championship games, which saw Louisiana Tech beat Auburn in 1988 and Tennessee defeat Auburn in 1989.

David Bowie opened up the Tacoma Dome when he played a concert there in 1983, the first event ever held in the venue. Since then, high-profile musical artists have regularly played at the Tacoma Dome. Included in the list of musicians to feature at the venue are AC/DC, Bryan Adams, Jason Aldean, and Justin Bieber, to satisfy a diverse array of musical tastes.

The Tacoma Dome also played host to an iconic moment in professional wrestling history, when Diamond Dallas Page defeated Ric Flair, Sting, and Hollywood Hogan to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship at their Spring Stampede event.

Tacoma Dome seating capabilities max out at around 23,000 people, which can vary based on the type of event that is being held there on a given day. For their indoor soccer matches, they held nearly 21,000 fans, with more seating available for concerts and events that used stages instead of massive playing fields.

Frequently Asked Questions About Tacoma Dome Events and Tickets

What events are at Tacoma Dome?

A number of events take place at Tacoma Dome, however it's most frequently used for concerts and other musical performances. See full Tacoma Dome schedule above.

How much are tickets at Tacoma Dome?

Tacoma Dome ticket prices on the secondary market can vary depending on a number of factors. Typically, Tacoma Dome tickets can be found for as low as $23.00, with an average price of $104.00 but can vary depending on the event.

Where is Tacoma Dome?

Tacoma Dome is located at 2727 East D Street, Tacoma, WA 98421.