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Tampa Bay Times Forum Tickets
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401 Channelside Dr. Tampa, FL 33602, United States
Tampa Bay Times Forum
The Tampa Bay Times Forum is home to the National Hockey League's Tampa Bay Lightning and the AFL's Tampa Bay Storm. The venue was referred to as the Ice Palace from its opening in 1996 through 2002 when it was commonly called the St Pete Times Forum until late 2011. The Tampa Bay Times Forum box office is located at 401 Channelside Drive in Tampa, Florida. The arena was built for $139 million and has a maximum seating capacity of 21,500. Tampa Bay Times Forum tickets have included major events like the NHL Stanley Cup, All-Star Game, the NCAA men's basketball tournament, and many WWE events. Almost all the hottest concerts stop in Tampa by coming through the forum like Britney Spears, Taylor Swift, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Diamond,
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