Opened in 1993, SAP Center has been recognized as the biggest success story in the revitalization of downtown San Jose. SAP Center, also known as "The Tank," exemplifies the architectural excellence and technological innovation of the Silicon Valley and includes the latest in audio and video technology. The building has a glass pyramid entry and unique stainless steel fašade. Most noticeable is the high resolution LED center hung scoreboard -- one of the largest in North America and a full-color moving LED fascia display. The arena also is home to the San Jose Sports Hall of Fame with plaques of inductees displayed on the concourse. In addition to the Sharks, SAP Center hosts concerts, family shows, civic events and has been home to numerous college basketball games.
VIP Club Glass and Premium Glass seating includes Lower Level, Row 1 only.
Sideline Club seating includes Lower Level, Rows 2-16.
End Corner Club seating includes Lower Level, Rows 2-16.
Premium Lower Sections 120-121 and 123-124 include Rows 2-9.
Lower Reserved Sections 118, 120-121, 123 and 124 include Rows 10-25.
Lower Reserved Sections 103-104, 106-107, 109-110, 112-113, 117 and 126-127 include Rows 17-25.
Premium Lower Sections 101-102, 114-116 and 128 include Rows 17-25.
Upper Rim seating includes Upper Level, Row 1 only.
Tickets not specified by the seller as VIP Club Glass, Premium Glass, Premium Lower Goal, End Corner Club or Upper Rim may map to a less premium section.
Suite tickets must be specified as Concourse or Penthouse in order to map properly.
Shoes and shirts are required at all times within the building, and no audio or video recorders are allowed in the arena for any event. There is no smoking allowed anywhere inside the arena, but there are designated smoking sections provided outside of the Pavilion.
Seating for events at the HP Pavilion vary based on the type of live event taking place and when, so double check the seating arrangement details with your specific performance.
525 W. Santa Clara St.
San Jose, CA 95113
Southbound on 280: Exit at Bird Avenue, turn left and continue as it becomes Autumn Street.
Northbound 280: Exit onto Route 87 (Guadalupe Parkway) northbound. Exit either at Santa Clara Street or Julian Street. Follow the signs directing you to available parking.
Southbound Route 87: Exit at Julian Street. Follow the signs directing you to available parking.
Northbound Route 87: Exit at either Santa Clara Street or Julian Street. Follow the signs directing you to available parking.
Southbound 101: Exit at Route 87 (Guadalupe Parkway) then exit at Julian Street. Follow the signs directing you to available parking.
Northbound 101: Exit onto Interstate 280 northbound. Then exit onto Route 87 (Guadalupe Parkway) northbound. Exit at either Santa Clara Street or Julian Street. Follow the signs directing you to available parking.
There are more than 6,000 parking spaces located within a half-mile of the arena. Approximately 1,500 spaces are located on-site in the large parking lot next to the building with entry from either Santa Clara or Julian streets. There are 500 spaces in the lots less than one block from the building off Santa Clara Street at Autumn, Montgomery and Cahill streets. Prices for parking range from $10 to $20.
SAP Center at San Jose is located across the street from San Jose Diridon Station. Caltrain provides train service from Diridon Station going north to the Peninsula and San Francisco and south to Gilroy. Please note that the last northbound train departs Diridon Station at 10:30pm on Monday-Saturday and at 9:00pm on Sundays. The last train on Monday-Saturday will be held until 15 minutes after the end of a Sharks game if necessary. In addition to Caltrain, ACE (Altamont Commuter Express) and VTA (Valley Transit Authority) buses also services Diridon Station. The VTA Vasona Light Rail also serves the SAP Center at San Jose area with a light rail station near Diridon Station and on San Fernando Street at Delmas Avenue. The Vasona Light Rail service connects Campbell to SAP Center. For schedules and more information, visit the VTA Web site.