Staples Center

Staples Center

1111 S Figueroa St.,
Los Angeles, CA

Upcoming Events

Sep 28
24 locations
Oct 7
21 locations
Oct 14
24 locations
Oct 20
26 locations
Keith Urban
Parking starting at $4
Oct 22 - Mar 4
Vancouver Canucks at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Oct 25
23 locations
Oct 27 - Mar 9
Nashville Predators at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Oct 29
23 locations
League of Legends World Championship
Parking starting at $4
Nov 1 - Feb 25
Anaheim Ducks at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Nov 3
22 locations
Nov 5 - Apr 6
Calgary Flames at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Nov 11 - 13
Cirque du Soleil Toruk Los Angeles
5 dates
Nov 17 - Apr 4
Edmonton Oilers at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Nov 19
23 locations
Nov 23
22 locations
Nov 26 - Apr 8
Chicago Blackhawks at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Nov 30 - Jan 18
San Jose Sharks at Los Angeles Kings
3 dates
Dec 4
23 locations
Dec 8
23 locations
Dec 10
23 locations
Ottawa Senators at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Jan 5
23 locations
Jan 7
23 locations
Minnesota Wild at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Jan 9
23 locations
Dallas Stars at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Jan 12 - Mar 13
St. Louis Blues at Los Angeles Kings
2 dates
Jan 14
23 locations
Winnpeg Jets at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Jan 16
23 locations
Feb 1
23 locations
Feb 16 - Apr 2
Arizona Coyotes at Los Angeles Kings
3 dates
Feb 18
22 locations
Florida Panthers at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Feb 23
23 locations
Boston Bruins at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Mar 2
23 locations
Mar 11
22 locations
Mar 16
23 locations
Buffalo Sabres at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Mar 23
21 locations
Winnipeg Jets at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4
Mar 25
19 locations
New York Rangers at Los Angeles Kings
Parking starting at $4

 

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About Staples Center

Before the L.A. Live initiative entered fruition in 2009, downtown Los Angeles was a ghost town. Now, the $2.5 billion initiative thrives with the Nokia Theatre, the Grammy Museum, bars, restaurants and its headliner, the Staples Center. Now Lakers parking is centered in this downtown complex; no longer out in Inglewood where The Forum still stands.

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While trending downward at the moment, it’s tough to find an American franchise in any sport with a better tradition of winning than the Lakers. Staples Center parking isn’t easy when its chief resident is making the playoffs every season and going to the NBA Finals more than any other basketball team. The Lakers’ 31 trips to the championship series is a mark no team is close to matching (Boston’s 21 appearances are second, the 76ers’ nine showings are third), and their 16 titles are one short of the Celtics’ record (Chicago is third with six).

The most recent championship in the city, however, belongs to the NHL’s Kings. The second-class citizens of the arena have taken no backseat to anyone with their recent showings on ice. Despite finishing eighth in the Western Conference in 2011-’12, Los Angeles upset the No. 1-seeded Canucks before sweeping No. 2 St. Louis and taking out No. 3 Phoenix to become the second team to eliminate the top three playoff seeds in NHL history. The Kings’ magical playoff run was complete after beating New Jersey to claim Lord Stanley’s Cup. The Kings finished the postseason with 16 wins and four losses, a remarkably dominant playoff run. With the Kings relevant again, so is Kings parking.

Now in a trendier zone of the city, the Staples Center now attracts quite the crowd, from die-hard citizens to cliched celebrities and wanna-bes out to be seen. Lakers parking, Kings parking and any kind of Staples Center parking is now worth booking in advance.

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