Vivint Smart Home Arena Seating Chart, Utah Jazz

Vivint Smart Home Arena, previously known as the Delta Center as well as EnergySolutions Arena, has been home to the Utah Jazz since 1991. Though the arena may be one of the older arenas in the NBA, the Utah Jazz organization have done an excellent job at keeping the venue updated through several renovations over the years. The Utah Jazz play in one of the smallest markets in the NBA, but the Utah Jazz fans are a large market fan base when it comes to their support for the team. Our staff wanted to provide a thorough breakdown of the Vivint Smart Home Arena seating chart to help basketball fans decide where to sit before purchasing their Utah Jazz tickets.

Where To Sit At Vivint Smart Home Arena

Vivint Smart Home Arena has many premium seating options for businesses aiming to entertain important clients. Most of those areas are behind the scenes and aren’t immediately noticeable when inside the arena and looking at the court. Vivint Smart Home Arena technically has six levels. The bulk of Vivint Smart Home Arena’s seating, however, can be found on the lower and upper levels. Without a large club level like most other NBA arenas, the sight lines from the upper level are rather good. We’ll begin by discussing the lower level seats closest to the court.

 

Lower Level

View from the lower level seats at Vivint Smart Home Arena during a Utah Jazz game.

Image Credit: Stephanie Young Merzel  (CC BY 2.0)

The lower level seats at Vivint Smart Home Arena consist of sections 1 through 22. The rows for the lower level sections will greatly vary but will go no higher than row 29. The lettered rows will sit closest to the court and before the numbered rows but will go no higher than row C.

The Utah Jazz bench is located in front of section 6 while the visiting team’s bench is located in front of section 8. The Utah Jazz tunnel is located adjacent to sections 4 and 5. The visitor’s tunnel at Vivint Smart Home Arena is located adjacent to sections 10 and 11.

 

 

Upper Level

View from the upper level seats at Vivint Smart Home Arena during a Utah Jazz game.

Image Credit: Ken Lund  (CC BY-SA 2.0)

The upper level seats at Vivint Smart Home Arena consist of sections 101 through 140. The rows for the upper level sections will greatly vary but will typically begin with row 1 and won’t go higher than row 21.

Behind the last row of sections 136 through 139 are standing room only areas for basketball fans. Not every upper level section will have a standing room only area. The upper level offers the most affordable tickets at Vivint Smart Home Arena.

 

 

Luxury Suites

The luxury suites at Vivint Smart Home Arena are just under 500 square feet in size and can be leased for a full season, half season, or on an individual game basis. The perks for the suites at Vivint Smart Home Arena include the following.

  • Tickets for between 18 and 32 guests
  • Assigned suite attendant
  • Food credit for catered food and beverages
  • VIP parking passes
  • Suites equipped with WiFi, center island, lounge furniture, coffee table, drink rails, and flat-screen HD televisions

 

 

Courtside Suites

The Courtside Suites are just under 600 square feet in size and are the largest suite option at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The perks provided to basketball fans seated in the Courtside Suites include the following.

  • 12 tickets for guests
  • Open concept with a dining room and living room
  • Private restrooms
  • WiFi and flat-screen HD televisions
  • Assigned suite attendant
  • VIP parking provided
  • Access to a private reception area on the event level
  • Food and beverage credits

The only downside to the Courtside Suites is that they do not provide guests with a view of the court. To learn more about purchasing a suite at Vivint Smart Home Arena, please visit NBA.com

 

 

Level 3 Corner Lounge

The Level 3 Corner Lounge is a private gathering area with a capacity of 40 guests, and the only suite option on Vivint Smart Home Arena’s lower level. The perks for the Level 3 Corner Lounge include the following.

  • Tickets for up to 32 guests
  • Pre-loaded food and beverage credits for each guest
  • Parking included
  • Access to a private lounge area with flat-screen HD televisions
  • Less wait at restrooms and concessions
  • Drink rail seating available

 

 

Loge Boxes

The Loge Boxes are semi-private tabled seating areas located just above sections 5, 6, 8, 17, and 19 at Vivint Smart Home Arena. There are 14 Loge Boxes total, each with 4 seats. The perks for the Loge Boxes include the following.

  • Televisions at every two seats
  • VIP parking provided
  • Pre-loaded food and beverage credits for each guest
  • Less wait at restrooms and concessions
  • Ergonomic chairs

Loge Box entrances can be found on level 3 of Vivint Smart Home Arena.

 

 

Toyota Club

The Toyota Club is an exclusive club located on the second level (club level) of Vivint Smart Home Arena, and opens 90 minutes before the beginning of Jazz home games. The club features 1642 seats on the lower level of Vivint Smart Home Arena, and can be found in the following rows and sections.

  • Sections 1 and 2: Rows A, 1, and 2
  • Sections 5 through 9: Rows A through 12
  • Sections 12 and 13: Rows A, 1, and 2
  • Sections 16 through 20: Rows A through 12

Basketball fans with access to the Toyota Club will receive the following perks.

  • All-inclusive food, beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • VIP parking provided
  • Less wait at restrooms and concessions

 

 

Eide Bailly Club

The Eide Bailly Club is located on suite level 4 and provides the suite experience to smaller groups of people. Access to the Eide Bailly Club is sold as 12-person private boxes or 4 seats. The perks for the Eide Bailly Club at Vivint Smart Home Arena include the following.

  • Coat closet for guests
  • Flat-screen HD televisions
  • 4 seat lounge area with coffee tables

 

 

WCF Insurance Club

The WCF Insurance Club is located on suite level 4 above sections 1 and 2 at Vivint Smart Home Arena. The perks provided to basketball fans in the WCF Insurance Club include the following.

  • Four tickets for guests (sold as individual memberships; 24 memberships available)
  • All-inclusive food, beer, wine, and soft drinks
  • VIP parking provided
  • Access to the private WCF Insurance Club with flat-screen HD televisions and lounge space

 

 

Lexus Club

The Lexus Club is one of the more exclusive areas of Vivint Smart Home Arena and provides guests with the following perks during Utah Jazz home games.

  • Less wait at restrooms and concessions
  • All-inclusive food, alcohol, and soft drinks
  • VIP parking provided
  • In-seat waiter service
  • Dining room table with your name or company’s brand

Access to the Lexus Club is sold as an annual membership. Each membership includes four tickets.

 

 

Ford Fan Zone

The Ford Fan Zone is located on the upper level of Vivint Smart Home Arena and offers basketball fans an all you can eat experience during Utah Jazz games. The food items provided to basketball fans include nachos, popcorn, ice cream, hot dogs, and soda.

 

 

Mobile Ticketing

The Utah Jazz encourage basketball fans to download the Utah Jazz / Vivint Arena app before arriving to Vivint Smart Home Arena. To learn more about the mobile ticketing policies at Vivint Smart Home Arena, as well as information about upgrading your seats, please visit NBA.com

If you haven’t attended a Utah Jazz game in many years, the arena will almost be unrecognizable to you this time around. The most noticeable change was the addition of a large atrium which houses the arena’s box office, and Utah Jazz team store. The seats inside the arena are foam and 20 inches in width creating a very comfortable experience for fans when watching the game.

Vivint Smart Home Arena also now has wide open concourses where the game can be seen while you’re moving around the arena. Other notable improvements include a new video board, four smaller video boards in the corners of the arena, and a ribbon board that encircles the arena. Many concessions at Vivint Smart Home Arena are also now cash-free and only accept credit cards and mobile payments

 

 

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