WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY NUTTER CENTER
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Wright State University Nutter Center
Wright State University Nutter Center TicketsOne of the top entertainment venues in Dayton, Ohio, is the Wright State University Nutter Center. Called the Ervin J. Nutter Center when it first opened, it now uses the shortened name of the Nutter Center. Originally built as the home arena for the Wright State Raiders basketball team, it later expanded to offering concerts and hockey games too. Half-Price Books holds an annual clearance sale in the arena as well. The Harlem Globetrotters often come to the city during the holiday season, and you can also see some great bands such as KISS play live. Construction on the Nutter Center began in 1988, and it opened to the public in 1990. The WWE taped several live shows in the center over the years. Get the sports and wrestling tickets you need at StubHub, your top choice for Wright State University Nutter Center tickets.
What is the Wright State University Nutter Center seating capacity?When hosting WSU basketball games, the Wright State University Nutter Center seating capacity is 10,400 seats. During the hockey season, the venue reduces the number of seats down to 9,929 to make room for the ice. It also has a capacity of 11,500 for concerts.
Is the Wright State University Nutter Center accessible by public transportation?The Nutter Center at Wright State University is accessible by public transportation. You can take the Greater Dayton RTA and use any bus on Route 1. The buses will drop you off on Colonel Glenn Highway, roughly 0.25 miles from the arena. It takes between 10 and 20 minutes to reach the Nutter Center from that stop.
Is there on-site parking?Those attending Wright State University Nutter Center events will find plenty of parking available at the venue. When you come into town from I-675, you'll find signs that direct you to the venue. You will cross several large speed bumps before you arrive at the parking lot, which is just behind the arena. Some of these spots are reserved for pass holders and special guests, but those spots all have clear signs that let you know that you cannot park there. The WSU Nutter Center has workers who will direct you to open spaces and take money when the venue charges for parking.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings?You cannot bring food or drinks into the Nutter Center. Chartwells offers catering for the venue and maintains several kiosks and concession stands that sell food during special events and games. You will need to present ID to purchase alcoholic beverages, including a driver's license or military ID. Some of the staple foods sold include soft pretzels and hot dogs.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?Located less than one mile from the WSU Nutter Center is the Mall at Fairfield Commons. It opened in 1993 and has two floors of stores. Round One Entertainment took over part of the old Sears store and opened a large gaming arcade in the space. The mall is also close to a movie theater that shows first-run films and several restaurants. A large number of strip malls are close to the Nutter Center, too.
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