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Stars Fans Watch Western Conference Finals In Unique Fashion

Tonight will mark the second time Dallas Stars fans will be able to sit in an arena seat and cheer on their favorite hockey club since March 10th. What began Tuesday for Game 2 has now turned into a unique event for the rest of the Western Conference Finals. Something, I’m sure would be a huge hit with Vegas fans… if the government would allow it.

American Airlines Center has opened its doors for a reduced capacity watch party for 3500-4000 Stars fans. It’s free to the public but fans have to be lucky enough to reserve one of the socially spaced-out tickets.

Regulations are looser in Texas compared to different COVID-19 restrictions that are in place in Nevada. However, in Dallas, the reported new cases were triple to what Las Vegas has seen in recent days. I’m not suggesting that local and state governments are overprotecting Nevadans, but a socially-distanced playoff watch party at T-Mobile Arena would be an enormous event. And not just for the 3500+ in attendance.

Stars fans will line up outside the arena tonight six-feet apart and wearing masks, rushing in to find their limited seat. They’ll go through security, be able to grab a snack and a soda at the concession stand and watch the Western Conference Finals from an NHL arena seat. Pretty cool right?

There are numerous detractors urging fans to voice their concerns with the Stars. So far, the complaints haven’t been loud enough for the team to cancel their coveted arena watch parties.

Is it possible Dallas is starting a trend Vegas could follow for the next and final round? If the Golden Knights keep their eyes on how safe and secure the Stars make their watch parties, I’m sure there will be future conversations. Of course, Vegas has to get there first.

The biggest problem, there’s only enough socially-distanced space at T-Mobile Arena for 3600 lucky fans. Let’s worry about that after the Golden Knights take care of business.

Reserve Seats To Game 5 Watch Party At Eclipse Theaters

The Golden Knights have a chance to clinch the Western Conference Finals in Game 5! So, we’re heading back to the theater to watch the hopefully historic event.

Eclipse will be opening two theaters to show the game which gives us room for 120 total people. Reserved seating is open now. This is the only way to guarantee yourself a spot inside one of the two theaters to watch the game. Here’s what you need to do…

  • Follow this link to reserve seats.
  • Select up to 6 seats to reserve.
  • Reserved seats are guaranteed but we will be seating people first-come first-serve. So, if you have a larger party, arrive early so you can all sit together.
  • Bring your confirmation email; either printed or on your phone
  • Wear VGK gear, bring rally towels, flags, horns, etc, and cheer on our Golden Knights!

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out on social media or by emailing

Reserve Seats To Game 2 Watch Party At Eclipse Theaters

We’re back for Game 2!

Eclipse will be opening THREE theaters to show the game which gives us room for just over 200 total people. In our best attempt to accommodate everyone, there will be three options for getting seats.

10:00 AM – Buy a bottle of Gallegos Dos Hermanos wine for $100 and be guaranteed 4 recliners for Game 2. Email, DM, or text Ken (708-404-1093) to reserve these.

12:00 PM – An Eventbrite link will be posted here to reserve the remaining recliners for Game 2. We are expecting there to be between 50-70 available so they are going to go within seconds of the link opening.

Update: We had a few issues with the link so instead, just email me with the number of seats you want. We will go first come first serve off the email.

Monday – All open seats (at least 60 will be available) will be first come first serve on the day of the game. The theater will open approximately an hour before the game. The first people to arrive will be handed tickets that will get them the first seat “upgrades” if people do not show up or if there are leftovers from the seats held for the pre-reserve.

**We’ll be back at it again for Game 5 usually hopefully the exact same process. If you have any suggestions about our process please let us know as we are trying to be as fair and honest as we possibly can. Thanks and Go Knights Go!**

Reserve Seats To Game 1 Watch Party At Eclipse Theaters

UPDATE: This event sold out in less than three minutes. We are absolutely blown away by the support and are working to add more theatres for Game 2. Stay tuned.

We are pumped to announce we are once again partnering with Eclipse Theaters to host a watch party for Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals.

Eclipse will be opening two theaters to show the game which gives us room for 160 total people. Since the demand was overwhelming for the clincher against the Sharks, rather than first come first serve to the theater, we allowing people to reserve seats in advance.


Here are the ground rules.

  • Follow this link to reserve seats.
  • Select between 1-6 seats that you would like to reserve.
    • The individual circles are recliner seats in the theatre, the big box at the front is for folding chairs
  • Arrive at the theater by at least 3:30 to check-in for your seats. (If you are not checked-in by 3:30 we can no longer guarantee your seats)
  • Bring your confirmation email; either printed or on your phone
  • Wear VGK gear, bring rally towels, flags, horns, etc, and cheer on our Golden Knights!

Once again, the EventBrite is here.

**We are planning on doing this again for Game 2, possibly with a 3rd theater available. Assuming this process goes well, we have a page just like this for that game as well. Stay tuned on social media for that announcement.** Events For Sunday May 6th; Game 6 vs. San Jose

May 6th is a big day for SinBinners in Vegas as we’ve got two major events planned.

First, at 10 AM we’re renting out City National Arena for a public skate. We’ve dubbed it the Fan Appreciation Skate where we pay for the ice, you come and have fun. All you have to do is show up and say you are there for the SinBin Skate. It’s completely free unless you need to rent skates ($10). Open to all ages. Even if you don’t skate, you should still come and laugh at Ken who has never skated in his life and is going to give it a go.

Then, we are having our biggest watch party of the year for Game 6. We’ll be at Eclipse Theatres, a high end theatre in downtown Las Vegas showing the game on the movie theatre screen with cinema surround sound. The main theatre has 70 recliner seats with in-seat food and beverage service.

UPDATE: Due to the tremendous response, we have confirmed we will now have two movie theaters showing the game. That’s 110 recliners plus room for over 20 more inside each theatre and tons of space at the bar. Still, recommend you come early to get a seat though.

Also, there’s free parking at the theatre either on the street out in front or in the garage directly next door. Or, if you don’t feel like driving, the theatre is just two blocks from the RTC Bonneville Transit Center. We’ll have a massive sound bar to blast John Wick Mode, the goal horn, Vegas Lights, and hopefully Viva Las Vegas for the series-clinching win.

We highly recommend you come well before the game to make sure you get one of the first 70 seats. We have plenty of overflow seating in the main theatre as well as in the bar, but if enough people show up before the game, there’s a good chance Eclipse will open up a second (or third if necessary) theatre with another 60+ recliners to show the game.

This event is also open to all ages and is completely free for anyone who wants to come. We’re expecting a pretty solid crowd, so it should be pretty rowdy and a heck of a good time.

2 events. 1 day. If you are in Vegas, we want to see you at at least one of them. See you tomorrow!!!

Monday Night Watch Party – The Game At SunCoast

Come out and watch Monday’s game with the crew, Brian Blessing, and special guests.

We’ll be at The Game inside the SunCoast Hotel and Casino.

Puck drop is at 4:00 we’ll be there before the game, and we are planning on staying late to watch the late night hockey games as well.

See ya there!!!

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