1. "Lightning Strikes"
Located in the northwest and southeast ends of the arena, these 25 ft Tesla coils are lit when the Lightning take the ice and after every Tampa Bay goal. Keep your eye out for these coils when the Lightning light the lamp.
2. Phil Esposito Statue
The Lightning honor Hall of Famer Phil Esposito who played an important part in bringing a team to Tampa with a statue outside the arena. The statue is a must-see for hockey fans everywhere, particularly Bruins fans.
3. Championship and Retired Number Banners
Hanging from the rafters you’ll see banners honoring the 2003-04 Stanley Cup winning team and Martin St. Louis. Remember the Lightnings’ incredible cup run by taking in these two banners.
4. Thunder Alley
Enjoy activities and win great prizes at Thunder Alley before the game. Those of you looking for something to do before the game will find exactly what you’re looking for at Thunder Alley.
5. Paul Porter
Porter has been the Lightning’s PA announcer for 23 seasons and has become a game day institution in Tampa. Listen for Porter to energize the crowd with his thrilling in-game calls.
6. Party Deck
The Party Deck inside Amalie Arena offers you an excellent view of downtown Tampa and is the perfect place to meet with friends before or during the game. Take a minute to check out the Party Deck during your trip to Tampa.
7. Between the Pipes
Between the Pipes is arguably the best place to grab a drink while attending a Lightning game. It’s the only full-service bar in the arena, so if you’re looking for a wide variety of drinks then look no further than Between the Pipes.
8. Amalie Arena Tours
Take a tour of Amalie Arena before the game. The tours take place 3.5 hours before the game and cost $7 for adults, so take advantage of your opportunity to get exclusive access to Amalie Arena.
9. Bolt Brigade
The Bolt Brigade perform a variety of promotions including everyone’s favorite, the t-shirt toss. Get loud when you see the Bolt Brigade for your chance to win some great Lightning prizes.
ThunderBug interacts with fans on game days and provides in-game entertainment. Keep an eye out for ThunderBug for your chance to meet the Lightning’s mascot.