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2018 New England Regional Cheer Championships

2018 New England Regional Cheer...

November 17th   |   8:00AM
Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Trans-Siberian Orchestra

November 23rd  -  November 23rd
Dave Matthews Band

Dave Matthews Band

December 4th   |   8:00PM
Chris Young

Chris Young

December 8th   |   7:30PM
Cirque Dreams Holidaze

Cirque Dreams Holidaze

December 12th   |   7:30PM
Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra

Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra

December 15th   |   7:30PM
Panic! At The Disco

Panic! At The Disco

January 13th   |   7:00PM
 Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic

Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years...

January 17th  -  January 21st
Kane Brown

Kane Brown

February 21st   |   7:00PM
Harlem Globetrotters

Harlem Globetrotters

March 22nd   |   7:00PM
2019 NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Northeast Regional

2019 NCAA Men's Ice Hockey Northeast...

March 29th  -  March 30th
Monster Jam

Monster Jam

May 4th  -  May 5th

Arena Info

SNHU Arena Facts

The ground breaking for the SNHU Arena, formerly known as Verizon Wireless Arena, took place in April 2000, and took nearly one and a half years to complete the facility. On November 15, 2001, we celebrated the grand opening of the SNHU Arena. The Manchester Monarchs, of the ECHL, played their first home game on November 16, and Aerosmith performed the following night.

Seating capacity for the SNHU Arena varies, depending upon each individual event. For example, hockey games seat approximately 10,019, basketball seats 11,140 people, end stage concerts hold about 10,050, while center stage concerts seat about 11,770.

Fun Facts

  • The SNHU Arena site is on 8.03 acres with 2,650 tons of asphalt.
  • The arena no longer has soda dispensers, we are 100% bottled soda
  • We have 5 Coca-Cola Vending Machines that the general public can use
  • The arena has 38 draft beer towers and 38 cash registers( 26 in our permanent concession stands and 12 potential portable beer stands
  • The arena has 34 suites, 5 party suites, and 542 club seats.
  • 11 miles of ice floor piping, 3,000 light bulbs, and 350 doors.
  • Arenas like it: None