Prudential Center

Prudential Center

Hockey Arena and Music Venue
Newark Central Business District, Newark
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  • Amtrak
    "... and the New York Rangers so come join us to show off your hockey..."(7 Tips)
    Joe S.
    "If you want to go to a Devils game where the game won't be sold out instantly..."(3 Tips)
    DoubleDeuce
    "New Jersey Devils were originally known as the Kansas City"(5 Tips)
    Steph M.
    "The goal bar is awesome!"(3 Tips)
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  • Tasha B.
    Tasha BynumDecember 21, 2014
    Parking was a ripoff, but big spaces and it was nice to know my car was safe. The Prudential Center is beautiful and the views of downtown Newark from the center emphasize the beauty of Newark.
  • Joe K.
    Joe KlimasDecember 27, 2015
    Pretty solid venue with over the top prices. The rush concert I saw here from their R40 tour was one of the best shows I've ever seen, made possible by the Pru center.
  • Liam O.
    Great place to see hockey. Prices are what to be expected, but at least you can get some faux-craft beer at $9+ a pint. Skip the $9+ Bud. Go Devil's!
  • AboutNewJerseyCom
    AboutNewJerseyComFebruary 7, 2012
    Do you know that just a few blocks away is one of the best museums in the Country? The Newark Museum is a must see. It houses the largest Tibetan art collection in the world outside of Tibet.
  • Jashvina S.
    Jashvina ShahSeptember 22, 2013
    Love this place. The ushers/vendors are super friendly and the NJ Devils murals and banners are great. I grew up in NJ, so I love the high school hockey jerseys hanging around The Rock
  • AboutNewJerseyCom
    AboutNewJerseyComDecember 31, 2011
    Try the Mucho Nachos but ask for only half a scoop of salsa so it isnt so messy. Also make sure you pick up a red pitchfork fork - it makes it much easier to eat. Finally don't forget NAPKINS!
  • AboutNewJerseyCom
    AboutNewJerseyComFebruary 7, 2012
    Make sure you check out the great restaurants around the area especially the great Portuguese in the Iron Bound district. Don Pepe's is one of my favorites just 4 blocks from The Rock!
  • Steph M.
    Steph MalfattoFebruary 8
    If you're a Rangers fan just get tickets here when they come around. So much cheaper than Madison Square Garden and there's basically more Rangers fans in the arena than Devils fans!
  • Donna K.
    Donna KirtonFebruary 16
    Great concert venue, however for the Maxwell/NaS/Emele Sande show last evening the streets along with the side made walking hazardous
  • Edwin v.
    Edwin van BellenJune 26, 2011
    Today at Sade's concert. The Prudential is a good venue cuz is small. Smaller than Madison Sq. Garden. Everyone can actually see the performer. The only bad thing is Newark, i dont like the place at a
  • Amtrak
    AmtrakMay 21, 2012
    There's great seats in the Acela Club here! The views are incredible! We love both the New Jersey Devils and the New York Rangers so come join us to show off your hockey fandom! :)
  • Jhon C.
    Jhon CarmonaMay 6, 2013
    Don't Waste Money On Parking For $25 Bucks, Take The Train Its Cheap And Fast. Another Thing When Your At Prudential Center Enter Through the Side on Lafayette near the garage for a quick entry :)
  • Josh K.
    Josh KSeptember 17, 2013
    Here's a tip - if you say "we have assumed control of all of your planets and space stations" to the walking vendor, you get a free cotton candy!!! (not many people know this)
  • John M.
    John MannSeptember 6, 2014
    Best beers in the arena can be found at 'Beers of Newark'. Arena is a short walk from Newark Penn Station. If you need help deciding which Seats to Purchase for your next Devils game, check out Read more
  • Joe S.
    Joe StanislauAugust 24, 2012
    If you want to go to a Devils game where the game won't be sold out instantly involving teams named the Flyers and Rangers. Go before 4PM to get in line by the PNC Tower for $11 reg. season tix
  • Mahlon P.
    Mahlon PNovember 22, 2010
    FAQ: Where do I purchase tickets or pick them up (Will Call)?A: The Box Office. It's located on the Edison Place side of the building just past the tower entrance on Mulberry St.
  • AboutNewJerseyCom
    AboutNewJerseyComNovember 16, 2013
    I highly recommend getting the hot dogs at Korean Grill. You can get beef or chicken, mild or spicy.
  • Bryan H.
    Bryan HerityJanuary 26, 2013
    If you have goal bar seats are you are NOT a season ticket holder you must go downstairs to go to the bathroom. Which is totall bullshit you are paying for a luxury seat you ought to be able to pee?
  • Jamie S.
    Jamie SobinJanuary 19, 2012
    I've gotten a program at every game I've been to since I was 8. Great little souvenir and you can't go wrong at just 3 bucks now.
  • Kevin M.
    Kevin McCallJanuary 28, 2014
    Sections are very steep and seats are too narrow. I expected more leg room. Open concourses are amazing and have tons of food, beverage, bar and lounge options.
  • Arthur T. V.
    Arthur T. VenturaMarch 26, 2010
    Great place to see a Rangers game...esp. when they win in OT-like last nite. Take $4 NJ Transit train to Newark stop (NOT Newark-Borad Street!) and you are there. Easy to get to but most NY'ers don't.
  • Rosina R.
    Rosina RagusaNovember 2, 2013
    If you're in a state where he is going on his tour I highly recommend going to see him. He is amazing. Very inspirational!! I would go see him again!
  • ThaGataNegrra: Tha TRUE ORIGINAL GATA™ 黒猫
    I did a show here called Fashion is Art. I've come here for concerts and WWE events--even a NJ Devils game! Beautiful arena; my fave is the ginormous screen on the Mulberry St side!
  • Brian I.
    Brian IvesNovember 20, 2011
    park a few blocks away, you'll pay less. as with every venue, leave a good amount of time to get there early, especially if you want to get to the event on time.
  • The Brew Noob
    The Brew NoobFebruary 22, 2012
    Skip the concession stands with their overpriced domestic beers, and look for standalone beer carts which offer a more eclectic set of beer, both craft and import options on draft.
  • Anthony V.
    Anthony VolantiFebruary 26, 2015
    Awesome crowd even when attendance is low and team is playing poorly. But please bring back the old goal song...
  • Eric S.
    Eric StankovitzMay 22, 2015
    An amazing arena for hockey, basketball and concerts... New Jersey Devils hockey!!!! Great seats all around
  • Jeremy K.
    Jeremy KrantzAugust 27, 2014
    Incredible NHL arena. Very spacious concourses and pretty solid overall experience. Good layout too!
  • Iz F.
    Iz FactorOctober 13, 2015
    The Big Bang GA crowd was rude as hell! I got thrown left and right. The band was awesome, but their fans were extremely rude. We were packed in there like sardines. Late commers squeezed ahead-RUDE!!
  • Justin M.
    Justin MaloneJanuary 27
    I love the stadium and the staff is great.I am a huge fan of the VIP Platinum lounge
  • todd a w.
    todd a williamsAugust 30, 2014
    One of my favorite places to see a show in new jersey. Love the bars right by the seats
  • Kim M.
    Kim McNovember 6, 2013
    NY Liberty played there and I was sitting at COURTSIDE!!!! A memorable moment for me, after always seeing them from VIP seats waaay up at top.
  • Ellenmary K.
    Ellenmary KFebruary 10, 2015
    The clubs should offer a more variety of food selections considering the cost of the seats and it's no longer complimentary.
  • Andrew S.
    Andrew ScagnelliMay 8, 2012
    The nacho stand behind section 116. Get there early, though, otherwise you might miss a full period of hockey.
  • David S.
    David SarchApril 3, 2011
    the chocolate covered pretzels they sell at the escalator to the 2nd level are delicious but they are filling
  • Speed H.
    Speed HillFebruary 10
    I went here for the KCon 2015 concert and it was great! Though the seating was a bit scary
  • Ryan K.
    Ryan KarpiloDecember 23, 2012
    Be prepared for Newark's finest to not assist 17,000 + People when they leave an event to simply direct traffic. Those motor homes they show up with are really cool though and I bet are expensive...
  • NewarkPulse .com
    NewarkPulse .comJuly 26, 2011
    If you're going to event and avoiding lines by arena for dining. Walk 2-3 blocks toward NJ PAC for Port44, Spot or Food for Life or Branford Place for Hobbys
  • Evan B.
    Evan BashaMarch 24, 2013
    Park on the street a few blocks away from the Prudential Center and save yourself $20. Otherwise a fantastic stadium.
  • Ken P.
    Ken Pierre IIAugust 7, 2014
    Great concert outing! Beautiful building and great food
  • Electric B.
    Electric BambooJune 13, 2013
    Thank Walter Flanagan for making many out of towners a fan of the New Jersey Devils. That guy loves this team.
  • ESPN
    ESPNMay 1, 2012
    Head to the lower level Grand Concourse, which houses jerseys from most high school hockey teams in the Garden State.
  • Kimberlee M.
    Kimberlee MNovember 18, 2011
    While the trip may be longer, I highly recommend taking the Path train. It's only $4 roundtrip!
  • Delilah N.
    Delilah NankooJuly 5, 2013
    Dont like the fact that we bought $100.00 tix and thought we had decent seats. They were sky high and steep. Made us dizzyyy
  • Amir P.
    Amir PJanuary 4, 2012
    Try the line inside by the box office to get in....its always faster and warm too
  • Jonathan M.
    Jonathan MaldonadoOctober 11, 2010
    Prenmios italian sausage and Devils hockey! the only thing that makes it better are the women that love Devils hockey, haha. LGD!
  • Vinny A.
    Vinny AscanioJanuary 20, 2012
    Sign up for the designated driver to get a free soda, it saves money in the long run if you attend the "rock" often as I do.
  • Dave M.
    Dave MarekMarch 16, 2013
    The chicken cheesesteaks with wiz and Franks hot sauce was delicious!
  • Gabriel H.
    Gabriel HayesSeptember 16, 2015
    Seton Hall basketball games are fun here. Reasonably priced way to watch Big East basketball.
  • Michael L.
    Michael LoretiOctober 31, 2014
    Formerly the Kansas City Scouts & Colorado Rockies, the Devils arrived in New Jersey to stay in 1982. Let's Go Devils!!!
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