Joe Louis Arena
Detroit MI 48226
Joe Louis Arena is a stadium located in Detroit, Michigan. The stadium opened under its current name on December 12, 1979 with the construction taking just under two years at a cost of just over $57 million, $180 million in present day dollars. Currently, the Joe Louis Arena houses the Detroit Red Wings until the 2015 season.
The Detroit Red Wings are 11 time Stanley Cup Champions and are members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference within the NHL. They are known by their team colors consisting of red and white. The current owner of the Detroit Red Wings is Illitch Holdings.
The stadium currently holds 20,016 fans for hockey games. There are several luxury suites and thousands of seats at the club level. Currently, it was the second largest stadium in the NHL. Joe Louis Arena has also hosted several wrestling events and the 1980 Republican National Convention.
Season tickets are available for most games. Red Wing fans can typically find available tickets at ticket exchanges.