About Taco Bell Arena in Boise, Idaho on the Boise State University Campus
Taco Bell Arena | EST. May 16, 1982
Right in the heart of Boise State University’s campus and the city of Boise, Taco Bell Arena opened its doors in 1982. Taco Bell Arena has a capacity of 13,390 seats and is the home of the Boise State Broncos basketball, gymnastics, and wrestling teams. Recognized as one of the finest basketball arenas in the West, Taco Bell Arena prides itself in being a tough place for Bronco opponents to pick up a win. With the state of the art video boards over the court, new ribbon boards, and a new sound system fans will never miss a second of the action.
Taco Bell Arena has also become a major player in commercial entertainment with big name artists such as Elton John, Katy Perry, James Taylor, Eric Church, Maroon 5, Carrie Underwood, Dierks Bentley, Ariana Grande and much more having proudly performed at Taco Bell Arena. The facility allows for multiple staging options including center stage 360, half house, and can scale down to an intimate theater as well. With the large variety of acts brought to Taco Bell Arena, there is always something new and exciting for everyone.
With features such as a deluxe green room, VIP blue room, two road offices, and five performer dressing rooms, Taco Bell Arena’s state of the art facilities set it apart as one of the nation’s prestigious arenas. The venue serves as a multi-purpose arena housing concerts, sports, and community events.
The Prime Site Award said about Taco Bell Arena “Your staff does an exceptional job of serving its events clientele, and your city and community should be proud of its accomplishments”. Taco Bell Arena strives to maintain the long standing tradition of excellence in serving the Boise community.