Spotlight Awards

State Farm Arena recently underwent a $192.5 million renovation, reopening its doors in October 2018. The new arena tailors premium spaces to every budget. Atlanta-headquartered companies, family-owned businesses, and groups of friends all enjoy spaces specific to their needs. New club experiences include the Concert Club, delivering optimal concert sights and sounds to music lovers, Hawks Bar, the NBA’s first bar located literally on an extension of the court, and many more.


 

The Field Club at Allianz Field brings Minnesota United fans up close and personal to players as they walk through the space on their way to the field and back to the locker room. Club members also use the same entrance as the team to access their seats along the midfield line in the lower bowl. The club’s signature design feature is a flowing ceiling, inspired from the stadium’s iconic exterior skin. Large communal tables and long sectional furniture reinforce the sense of comfort and shared space.


 

The Stadium Club at Allianz Field features floor-to-ceiling glass walls that provide elevated views of the pitch. Cool blue neutrals and hints of yellow and black steel accents, an exposed ceiling, and raw polished concrete floors create a casual, loft-like space, while a constellation of decorative lights draws attention to two large bars and a central dining area. The stadium broadcast booth and camera decks are uniquely located in the club, immersing fans in the gameday experience.


 

Dial Square at Emirates Stadium pays homage to the munitions workers at a royal military armaments factory established in the 18th century. Dial Square gets its name from the sundial featured above the courtyard the workers played on after forming the football team now known as Arsenal FC. The club space mimics the outdoor courtyard, while providing guests with a social space and enhanced F&B options, such as the Premier League’s first open-flame pizza oven and fresh rotisserie chicken.


 

The Mezzanine Club, the crown jewel of Fiserv Forum hospitality, serves up a lush hideaway for Bucks fans with sideline seating. The club’s concept of a modern forest retreat comes alive with a material palette including reclaimed hardwood walls and Cream City brick, as well as blackened steel architectural detailing. Two bars bookend the club, each clad in bronze panels and featuring a blackened steel canopy which wraps down the back wall covered in a bronze, gold, and silver antique mirror.


 

The $18 million renovation of Minute Maid Park in Houston includes improved seating options, three new bar locations, four additional food locations, and a premium group seating area at field level, creating the first and only field-level seating area available at Minute Maid Park, with improved visibility for fans to enjoy the game from center field. The project opens up the concourse for better pedestrian movement and increases the viewing aperture between the concourse and mezzanine levels.


 

Oro Fino, which translates to “fine gold,” is a speakeasy-style lounge at the Moda Center, home of the Portland Trail Blazers. Oro Fino features top-shelf liquors, craft cocktails, premium wines, and rotating appetizers. It also features museum-quality art from some of the most world-renowned abstract artists and nightly entertainment from local musicians. Oro Fino, which is hidden away from the crowd, is the perfect space for those guests looking to relax in an intimate setting prior to the game.


 

The flagship club inside the newly renamed Scotiabank Arena in Toronto is now known as ScotiaClub, featuring premium dining, loge suites, and fan-focused details. The four- to six-seat loges replace “rail seats” and offer the best views into the bowl and dedicated hosting service. The club environment celebrates the Maple Leafs, Raptors, and the city of Toronto, while drawing inspiration from the Scotiabank brand. Guests gain early access to events through the new Scotiabank Premium Entrance.


 

State Farm Arena recently underwent a $192.5 million renovation, reopening its doors in October 2018. The new arena tailors premium spaces to every budget. Atlanta-headquartered companies, family-owned businesses, and groups of friends all enjoy spaces specific to their needs. New club experiences include the Concert Club, delivering optimal concert sights and sounds to music lovers, Hawks Bar, the NBA’s first bar located literally on an extension of the court, and many more.


 

The Delta SKY360° Club features the perfect marriage of classic ballpark feel, modern amenities, and southern hospitality. Fusing together right-sized amenities, tasteful sponsor integration, and attention to detail, the club elevates the experience at SunTrust Park. Atlanta Braves fans notice triangular forms and patterns inspired by the Delta logo and hints of crimson and navy throughout the space. The sports bar highlights the Braves “A” logo mark made of dozens of traditional Delta pilot wings.


 

The American Airlines 1914 Club, located behind home plate, celebrates the 105-year history of the opening of Wrigley Field. Its seamless integration of art deco themes in the brass decorative railing, light fixtures, and all signage are all nods to Chicago’s industrial history. This club intersects the history of the Cubs organization with its long-standing partnership with American Airlines through branding, photography, and artifacts to provide fans with a seamless guest experience.


 

The Maker’s Mark Barrel Room at Wrigley Field perfectly captures the allure of old-school Chicago. This speakeasy-inspired destination originated from an old photo in the Cubs’ archives of the infamous Al Capone and Cubs catcher Gabby Hartnett, the latter signing an autograph for Capone’s son. True to the speakeasy theme, framed photos in the back of the club open to reveal views into the opponent’s batting tunnel, offering fans an additional surprise discovery once inside.


 

The Catalina Club boasts a panoramic view of Wrigley Field, the Chicago skyline, and Lake Michigan. Inspired by the Cubs early spring training home on Catalina Island, members of this club enjoy a decorative style influenced by the island’s history, as well as the terracotta tiles and hand-painted glazed tiles reminiscent of a Catalina Island residence or hotel. The original Catalina Island logo is displayed prominently in the club with the “CUBS” logo in nautical font.