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Quicken Loans Arena is a stadium located in Cleveland, Ohio. The stadium opened as Gund Arena on October 17, 1994 with the construction taking just two and a half years at a cost of just over $100 million, $155 million in present day dollars. Currently, the Quicken Loans Arena houses the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Lake Erie Monsters and the Cleveland Gladiators.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are members of the Central Division of the Eastern Conference within the NBA. They are known by their team colors consisting of blue, maroon and gold. The current owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers is Dan Gilbert.
The Lake Erie Monsters are members of the North Division of the Western Conference within the American Hockey League. They are known by their team colors consisting of maroon, black, blue, gold and white. The current owner of the Lake Erie Monsters is Dan Gilbert.
The Cleveland Gladiators are members of the Eastern Division of the American Conference within the Arena Football League. They are known by their team colors consisting of red, black, and white. The current owner of the Cleveland Gladiators is Dan Gilbert.
The stadium currently holds 20,562 fans for basketball games. There are 88 luxury suites and over 2,000 seats at the club level. Currently, it was the fourth largest stadium in the NBA. Quicken Loans Arena is also a great venue for concerts and has hosted such musicians as Bright Eyes, R.E.M. and Bruce Springsteen.
Season tickets for the Cavaliers are subject to a waiting list. Cavaliers, Monsters and Gladiators fans can typically find individual game tickets at ticket exchanges.