Palmer Report: PSA Pop Reports Power Outage at PSA Arena article PSA Power Center in Florida, a joint venture of Microsoft and PSA, reported that its power supply had been knocked out on Friday, April 20, 2018.
The outage affected the arena’s capacity of 25,000 fans, and the facility was closed indefinitely.
“The arena is running normally and the venue is back to normal,” said the PSA spokesperson, Chris Smith.
Smith also noted that the facility will be back up and running by Saturday, April 21.
PSA confirmed that the arena was back up on Friday morning, with the facility back online by 8:30 a.m.
The company said that the venue had been “over the last couple of days with minor issues,” and that they have since fixed the problems.
Pampers Arena in St. Petersburg, Florida, was also hit by a power outage on Thursday, April 19, 2018, but it has since been reopened and reopened.
According to the St. Pete Times, Pampos Arena is expected to reopen on Saturday, as the arena is expected “to return to normal” as of 12:30 p.m., which is the first day that the building has been closed for more than 30 days.
Pamps Arena was one of the first major entertainment venues in the US to be closed due to an outages of its electrical grid.
The arena is currently hosting the 2018 NBA All-Star Game and the NBA All American Game.
Pasadena’s KABC-TV reports that there were about 15 people at the stadium at the time of the power outage.