The Chicago Blackhawks moved into the newly done United Center in time for the 1994-1995 season. The United Center features the ultimate in fan entertainment and comfort. Some of the new amenities include an eight-sided video replay scoreboard, theater-style seats, 46 permanent concession stands, a cocktail lounge, interactive concourse displays, and more. Fan convenience and accessibility are also key features at the United Center, a 960,000 square foot multipurpose facility that accommodates 20,500 for hockey, 21,500 for basketball, and up to 23,500 for concerts and other entertainment. The United Center was also home to the 1996 Democratic National Convention.