US Figure Skating Championships KC 2017

Kansas City and Independence are host venues for the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, welcoming an anticipated 100,000 spectators over the 10-day period. Kansas City and Independence will provide all U.S. Figure Skating fans with a multitude of hospitality, dining and entertainment options. Fans can easily enjoy both venues as it’s a short 11 minute drive from Independence to Downtown Kansas City.


1407 Grand Boulevard Kansas City, Missouri 64106

Sprint Center is Kansas City’s home for sports, concerts, family shows, collegiate competitions, tournaments and special events. Since opening on Oct. 10, 2007, Sprint Center has exceeded all expectations having hosted more than 750 events and 7 million guests. According to Pollstar Magazine’s 2014 Year End Report, Sprint Center has been recognized as America’s eleventh busiest arena and No. 30 among Worldwide Venues.


Parking is located in surface lots directly to the east of the Sprint Center on Oak Street. Additional parking is available directly west of the Sprint Center off Grand and 13th Streets in the parking garages. Parking can also be found at numerous downtown lots and garages.

Handicap parking and ADA drop-off information is denoted on the downloadable map. ADA drop-off is on east side of Sprint Center on Oak Street.

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For detailed driving directions to Sprint Center from outside of Downtown Kansas City, please visit the Sprint Center directions page.


Guest Service locations are available to answer your questions, collect lost and found, provide Assisted Listening Devices and provide assistance to guests. In addition, Guest Services may assist with finding lost guests and providing wheelchair escorts during events.

Sprint Center Guest Services

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19100 East Valley View Parkway Independence, MO 64055

Silverstein Eye Centers Arena

Silverstein Eye Centers Arena & Centerpoint Community Ice Center

Managed by Spectra by Comcast Spectacor, these facilities are an integral part of the Eastern Jackson County community and the Greater KC Metro since opening in 2009.  The Silverstein Eye Centers Arena is 5,800-seat venue and is the premier entertainment destination of Eastern Jackson County. The arena is the proud home to the Missouri Mavericks of the East Coast Hockey League, the Missouri Comets of the Major Arena Soccer League and has hosted a multitude of concerts by internationally recognized artists. The Centerpoint Community Ice Center has been the premier hub of the Kansas City skating and youth hockey communities in since opening in 2009.  The facility plays host to numerous figure skating organizations, youth hockey programs and adult hockey programs while still offering learn-to-skate programming for adults and youths across the metro.  For more information, visit and

Community Ice


Parking is free.

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From Airport take 1-29 to I-435 East (towards St. Louis), I-70 East (exit 63 on left), 1-470 / MO-291 South (via 15A) to US-40 (exit 16-A), turn left onto US-40, turn left onto East Valley View Parkway.

From the North take I-35 South to I-435 South (exit 12A towards St. Louis), I-70 East (exit 63B on left), to I-470 / MO-291 South (via exit 15A) to US-40 (exit 16-A), turn left onto US-40, turn left onto East Valley View Parkway.

From the South take US-71 North, Merge onto I-470 East (towards Lee’s Summit), Take US-40 (exist 16-A), turn left onto US-40, turn left onto Valley View Parkway.

From the East take I-70 West (towards Kansas City), Take Little Blue Parkway exit (exit 17), Turn Left onto Little Blue Parkway and Turn right on E. Valley View Parkway.

From West take 1-70 East, merge to I-470 / MO-291 (exit 15A), take US-40 exit (exit 16-A), turn left onto US-40, turn left onto Valley View Parkway