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Sap Center At San Jose - 3 Reviews - 525 W Santa Clara, San Jose, CA - Other Professional Services Reviews - Phone (408) 287-6655

Sap Center At San Jose

525 W Santa Clara
San Jose, CA 95113
(408) 287-6655
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Great place. We got in quickly. Good vendors, good food in the club level and helpful staff. Go Sharks!


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Great Place 10/25/2010

Great place. We got in quickly. Good vendors, good food in the club level and helpful staff. Go Sharks! more

Good Place for a Concert 5/6/2010

So we all would rather see our favorite bands in smaller venues. However, the big venues bring in the cash money, so unfortunately we have to accept it for what it is. HP Pavilion is a pretty decent place to catch a show for an arena. It's pretty easy to access from the freeway, parking is plentiful (though not cheap), and the arena itself has decent amenities and food/drink selection. Since it's a hockey arena (as opposed to basketball), it is smaller than a place like Oracle Arena. So, you can get pretty decent views of the stage from wherever you sit. If you're on the floor, there is a concession stand and bathrooms down on the same level, so no need to climb the stairs all the way back up unless you're heading to the merch booth. H ockey's the main event, but plenty of concerts too. P retty easy to access from the freeway. P arking is a tad expensive (usually $20+). A menities are decent. V ariety of stage setups, including end-stage to center-stage. I t's a good excuse to drive down to SJ from SF. L ighting and sound is great for an arena. I t is smaller than most basketball arenas, so you feel closer. O nly a few places within walking distance to eat at. N o place better than sitting in the floor sections. Pros: good sound and viewing angles Cons: parking gets pricey more

Way better than Oakland 6/11/2002

The San Jose arena is far away a much better venue than the ""new"" arena in Oakland -- the former Oakland Coliseum Arena. San Jose has big, wide walkways and plenty of food choices. The design is nothing out of the ordinary, but makes for a loud scene at Sharks game (which is exactly the way it should be). Plenty of parking is available if you want to walk 4-5 blocks. Pros: Great for Sharks Cons: Walk after parking more
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  • In Short
    With concerts and sporting events, the arena is busy about 180 days of the year. It's known as the Shark Tank, home of the San Jose Sharks professional hockey team, and the men...

  • 12/30/2004 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Neighborhoods:

    Central San Jose, Central