Jan 22, 2019

Release - Amalie Arena Launches New Website





TAMPA, FL – AMALIE Arena welcomes the new year with a brand-new website created with carbonhouse, the industry leader in creating venue and sports websites. Guests will enjoy the enhanced user experience, from easier page navigation to guest tips on pre-planning their arrival to a Tampa Bay Lightning game or event.


Welcoming New Look

Our updated layout consists of new colors, bigger images & text and clear messaging.


Event Pages

Guests can now learn more about dining, parking and prohibited items that are specific to each event.


Traffic & Parking

As our partners at Water Street Tampa continue to develop the 60 contiguous acres in the neighborhood surrounding AMALIE Arena, we are dedicated to informing guests about the most up-to-date traffic changes and parking availability.


View Everywhere

Viewing on a mobile device? No problem. The new design offers optimal website experiences on smartphones and tablets.


“We are excited to recreate our website to enhance our guest experience. The new amaliearena.com makes your journey to the arena, dining decision, the event itself and departure home easier to access information, making memories for our guests. The website is world-class on any type of device and easier to plan an evening with us from start to finish,” said Kevin Preast, Senior Vice President of Event Management.


AMALIE Arena/Tampa Bay Sports and Entertainment, LLC:

Tampa Bay Sports and Entertainment, LLC is an entity established by Jeff Vinik in March 2010 to manage the National Hockey’s League’s Tampa Bay Lightning and the leasehold rights to AMALIE Arena, the 19,092-seat downtown Tampa home in which the teams play their games. The venue opened in 1996 and was named the Ice Palace at the time, but it became AMALIE Arena in September 2014 when the family-owned, Tampa Bay-based AMALIE Oil Company elected to partner with Vinik and Tampa Bay Sports and Entertainment. Since Vinik’s purchase in 2010, he has led a complete brand and business transformation of the Lightning, the Storm and the arena which was anchored by a mostly private $85+ million-dollar renovation of the publicly owned facility. In 2014-15, the Lightning won the NHL’s Eastern Conference Championship, later appearing in the 2015 Stanley Cup Final.


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