Palace Of Auburn Hills - Auburn Hills, MI

The Palace of Auburn Hills was one of the first modern stadiums to incorporate a large number of luxury suites into its design. This feature has helped it outlast several other venues that were built around the same time and have since been demolished. Completed in 1988, it was the home of the NBA’s Detroit Pistons until their move on Oct 4, 2017 to the Little Caesars Arena . Other events like WNBA games, hockey, indoor soccer and arena football have also taken place at the venue. Headliners that have graced its stage include Lady Gaga, Kid Rock and Justin Timberlake.

The Palace was one of the first arenas to transform a basketball game into a full experience. Concession stands, clubs, bars and restaurants are scattered throughout the stadium and can accommodate any craving. Fans typically treat Pistons games as a social experience, and the atmosphere often feels like a night out downtown.

The Palace is situated north of Detroit off of Interstate 75. Parking is available onsite for drivers, and the stadium is also accessible via public transportation. Tailgating at the Palace starts three hours before events, but due to state law, no alcohol is allowed in the lots.

Before entering the stadium, visitors must pass a security checkpoint. Items such as outside food or drinks, containers of any kind, video or sound recording equipment, professional cameras, poles, selfie sticks, laser pointers, strollers and backpacks are prohibited within the Palace.
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Venue Address:
6 Championship Drive, Auburn Hills, MI
History & Traditions:
22,076 for basketball, 22,804 for hockey, 24,276 for concerts
Past Names:
Date/Year Built/Opened:
Aug. 13, 1988
Last Performance:
Sep 23, 2017
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