Sacramento has much to offer visitors, from the Crest Theatre to Ace of Spades and the Sacramento Theatre Company, but on game days there’s nothing better than visiting the Golden 1 Center, home of the Sacramento Kings. It can be difficult to find parking around G1C, so it makes sense to book convenient Golden 1 Center parking ahead of time with BestParking. The venue was built as part of a strategy to keep the Kings in town, replacing their former home at Sleep Train Arena. Funding for the venue was split between the City of Sacramento, the team proper and AEG, costing $558.2 million to build. Golden 1 Center opened in September of 2016, designed to be state of the art. The venue features solar panels on the roof, along with the currently largest screen in the NBA, 84 feet long. G1C also features super-fast free Wifi service, 48 loft-style suites and can host a maximum of 19,000 attendees. The naming rights for the venue were procured by Golden 1 Credit Union in 2015 while The G1 was under construction. In addition to Sacramento Kings basketball games, the venue also hosts concerts, with past performers including Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga and the Foo Fighters. With a lively concert scene and a home team with a storied history, it can be hard to book Golden 1 Center parking unless you book a spot prior to the game with BestParking.