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Xcel Energy Center is a multi use arena situated in the city of Saint Paul in the state of Minnesota. The center that has a capacity of 17,954 is also called "The X." And the center is named after its sponsor Excel Energy. The owner of the arena is the city of Saint Paul, and Minnesota Sports & Entertainment operate it.
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Sat Apr.21.201808:00 pm
Marco Antonio Solis
Sat Apr.28.201807:30 pm
Bon Jovi
Sun May.06.201804:00 pm
Stars On Ice
Tue May.15.201807:30 pm
Shania Twain
Wed May.16.201807:00 pm
Hall and Oates & Train
Fri Jun.08.201808:00 pm
Paul Simon
Fri Jun.15.201807:30 pm
Steely Dan & The Doobie Brothers
Fri Jun.22.201807:30 pm
James Taylor and His All Star Band & Bonnie Raitt
Sun Jul.01.201808:00 pm
Harry Styles & Kacey Musgraves
Wed Aug.08.201807:30 pm
Charlie Puth & Hailee Steinfeld
Tue Aug.14.201808:00 pm
Sam Smith
Wed Aug.15.201807:30 pm
Rod Stewart & Cyndi Lauper
Sun Aug.19.201807:00 pm
Smashing Pumpkins
Tue Sep.11.201808:00 pm
Bruno Mars & Cardi B
Wed Sep.12.201808:00 pm
Bruno Mars & Cardi B
Tue Sep.18.201807:30 pm
Maroon 5 & Julia Michaels
Fri Sep.28.201807:30 pm
Justin Timberlake
Sat Sep.29.201807:30 pm
Justin Timberlake
Thu Oct.18.201807:30 pm
Foo Fighters
Fri Nov.02.201808:00 pm
Josh Groban & Idina Menzel

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Xcel Energy Center 199 W. Kellogg Blvd., Saint Paul, MN, 55102

Xcel Energy Center is taken as home by different sports teams including the NLL team Minnesota Swarm, and NHL team Minnesota Wild. The opening of the arena was in 2000, and it was constructed near the St. Paul Civic Center that was demolished. To attract a team to the city, there was a need to build a new arena. And the state financed the building of the arena in 1998 with a loan of million of the 0 million needed to build the center.

In 2004, the arena hosted the politically motivated event Vote for Change Tour with performance of different artists including Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, R.E.M, and Bright Eyes. In 2008, the arena was chosen to host the Republican National Convention. An attendance record has been reached in 2012 in a game of Boys hockey tournament in which the Moorhead met the Hill-Murray and another game between Lakeville South and Benilde St-Margaret's.

The arena hosted the All Star Game of NHL in 2004, and the record of hockey game has been reached by the attendance of about 19,434 fans. In 2005, a record of Wild Game attendance has been reached by a crowd of 19,398. In 2007, the record of an indoor ice hockey game was reached with the attendance of about 19,463 attendees. And for a concert, the record reached in 2003 with an attendance of nearly 20,554 in a concert of Shania Twain. And many other attendance records have been reached in the arena.

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