The Ernest N. Morial Convention Center is a collection of buildings in New Orleans, Louisiana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ernest N. Morial Convention Center"
The Family Arena is a multi-purpose arena in St. Charles, Missouri. It was built in 1999. It is home to the Missouri River Otters Ice hockey team, the River City Rage basketball team and the River City Rage indoor football team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Family Arena"
The Forum Civic Center is a multi-purpose arena and convention center in Rome, Georgia, USA. It seats 2,140 for arena football, up to 3,116 for other sporting events and up to 3,932 for concerts. For trade shows it can accommodate 21,000 square feet (2,000 m²) of space. Meeting rooms at the Forum total an additional 14,269 square feet (1326 m²) of space. Floyd County owns the Forum, currently home to the Rome Renegades National Indoor Football League team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Forum Civic Center"
The Gaylord Entertainment Center is a sports venue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee which was completed in 1996. In 1997 it was the host venue of the United States Figure Skating Association national championships, and in 2004 hosted the U.S. Gymnastics championships. It is owned by the Sports Authority of Nashville and Davidson County and operated by Powers Management Company, a subsidiary of the Nashville Predators National Hockey League franchise, which has been its primary tenant since 1998. It was also home of the Nashville Kats franchise of the Arena Football League from 1997 until 2001, and again began hosting this operation starting in 2005. The venue has also hosted numerous concerts and religious gatherings, and some major basketball events, including both men's (2001, 2006, 2010) and women's tournaments of the Southeastern Conference and the Ohio Valley Conference, as well as early rounds of the men's NCAA Basketball Tournament. It has a seating capacity of 17,523 for ice hockey, approximately 20,000 for basketball 10,000 for half-house concerts, 18,500 for end-stage concerts and 20,000 for center-stage concerts, depending on the configuration used. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gaylord Entertainment Center"
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, formerly known as Opryland Hotel, is a large hotel and convention center located in Nashville, Tennessee and owned by Gaylord Hotels, a division of Gaylord Entertainment Company. It is the largest non- casino hotel in the world and bolsters the Nashville economy by attracting many trade shows and corporate meetings to the city. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center"
Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center is a hotel and convention center, opened in Kissimmee, Florida, on February 2, 2002. It also acts as the de facto convention center for Osceola County, Florida, until plans for their own dedicated convention center are realized. With 384,086 ft² (about 38,800 m²) of total meeting space, the Gaylord Palms has the most meeting space of any hotel in the state of Florida. It also has a total of 1,406 guest rooms. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center"
The George R. Brown Convention Center was opened on September 26, 1987 on the east side of downtown Houston. The center was named for the prominent Houstonian George R. Brown, an entrepreneur, civic leader and philanthropist. Brown’s Texas Eastern Corporation donated six of the 11 blocks required to build the convention center. The Center is owned and operated by the City of Houston, Convention & Entertainment Facilities Department. The facility was completed with a price tag of $104.9 million, requiring 30 months and more than 1,200 workers. The sleek 100 foot (30 m) high red-white-and-blue building replaced the obsolete Albert Thomas Convention Center, which was later redeveloped into the Bayou Place entertainment complex in the downtown Theater District. ...more on Wikipedia about "George R. Brown Convention Center"
The Georgia World Congress Center or GWCC is the major convention center in Atlanta, run by the state of Georgia. It opened in 1976, and additional phases opened in 1985, 1992, and 2003. It the fourth-largest in the U.S. at 130,000 m2 (1.4 million ft2), and hosts more than a million visitors each year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Georgia World Congress Center"
The Gray Civic Center is an 8,330-seat multi-purpose arena in Albany, Georgia. It is home to the South Georgia Wildcats arena football team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gray Civic Center"
The Hartford Civic Center is a sports and convention complex located in Hartford, Connecticut. The arena is ranked the 27th largest among college basketball arenas. Located adjacent to a shopping mall ( Civic Center Mall, Hartford), it was originally built in 1975 and consists of two facilities: ...more on Wikipedia about "Hartford Civic Center"
The Hawai'i Convention Center, located at 1801 Kalakaua Avenue in Honolulu, Hawai'i on the Hawaiian island of O'ahu in Waikiki, is the flagship civic exhibition center in the State of Hawai'i. Its unique Hawaiian architectural design encompasses artistic metaphors of Hawaiian culture and natural environment. International Association of Exhibition Management voted it the most beautiful convention center in the world. Featured at the Hawai'i Convention Center are USD $2 million art collection and rooftop tropical gardens. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hawaii Convention Center"
The Idaho Center is a complex of entertainment venues in Nampa, Idaho, near Boise. ...more on Wikipedia about "Idaho Center"
The Iowa Events Center is a public events complex located in downtown Des Moines, Iowa. ...more on Wikipedia about "Iowa Events Center"
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center is a large convention center on the west side of Manhattan in New York City. It was designed by architect I. M. Pei. It was built in 1986, and named for New York Senator Jacob K. Javits, who died that year. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jacob K. Javits Convention Center"
The Lahaina Civic Center is a sports, convention and entertainment complex located in Lahaina, Hawaii, on the island of Maui. It is the site of the annual Maui Invitational college basketball tournament, held every November and hosted by Chaminade University. Other events held at the Civic Center throughout the year include the World Youth Basketball Tournament in July, numerous concerts, trade shows, community festivals and fairs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lahaina Civic Center"
The Leonard E. Merrell Center is a 5,600-seat multi-purpose arena in Katy, Texas. It was built in 2005. It is home to the Katy Copperheads arena football team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leonard E. Merrill Center"
The Lewiston Colisee (formerly Central Maine Civic Center) is a 4,500 seat multi-purpose arena in Lewiston, Maine. The arena opened in 1958. It is home to the Lewiston MAINEiacs Ice hockey team. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lewiston Colisee"
The Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center is a convention center located in Long Beach, California. It was built on the site of the Long Beach Municipal Auditorium beginning in 1962. The primary venues of the complex include: ...more on Wikipedia about "Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center"
The Los Angeles Convention Center (abbreviated LACC) is a convention center in downtown Los Angeles. The LACC hosts the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show and E3 annually, among many others. ...more on Wikipedia about "Los Angeles Convention Center"
The Macon City Auditorium is a historic structure in Macon, Georgia that has hosted performances, meetings, and events for the community since 1925. It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. ...more on Wikipedia about "Macon City Auditorium"
The Macon Coliseum is a multi-purpose arena and convention center in Macon, Georgia. It was home to the Macon Whoopee and Macon Trax ice hockey teams and currently is home to the Macon Knights arena football team. Seating 7,182 for hockey and arena football and up to 9,252 for concerts, it is the largest of three facilities comprising the Macon Centreplex, which also includes the adjacent Edgar H. Wilson Convention Centre and the City Auditorium, located downtown. ...more on Wikipedia about "Macon Coliseum" shortopedia never sleeps.
Madison Square Garden, often abbreviated as MSG, has been the name of four arenas in New York City, United States. The first two were located at Madison Square, thus the name. Subsequently a new 20,000-seat Garden was built at 50th Street and 8th Avenue, and the current Garden is at 7th Avenue between 31st and 33rd Streets, situated on top of Pennsylvania Station. The present arena is informally known to some by its advertising slogan, "The World's Most Famous Arena". ...more on Wikipedia about "Madison Square Garden"
McCormick Place is an enormous exposition complex located in Chicago, Illinois. Made up of three (soon to be four) interconnected buildings, it is the largest convention center in the United States, and the second largest in the world. ...more on Wikipedia about "McCormick Place"
McElroy Auditorium is a 5,155-seat multipurpose arena located in Waterloo, Iowa. The original auditorium was built in 1919 but was replaced by the current auditorium which was built in 1936. Most arenas of McElroy's capacity are today built with higher ceilings but McElroy's ceiling is only 26 feet from the 20,000-square-foot (100' by 200') arena floor. The arena contains 234 box seats and a 4,000 square foot lobby. The arena was built with heating and not air conditioning. ...more on Wikipedia about "McElroy Auditorium"
McMorran Place is a multipurpose convention center located in Port Huron, Michigan. Designed by architect Alden Dow, it was built in 1960. It comprises three facilities: ...more on Wikipedia about "McMorran Place" Must see www.shortopedia.com
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