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ExtraMile Arena - Boise, ID
The ExtraMile Arena, previously named as BSU Pavilion and Taco Bell Arena, is a multi-purpose indoor arena situated on the campus of Boise State University at the northwest of Albertsons Stadium, 1401 Bronco Lane, Boise, Idaho. The venue was built in February 1980 and opened to the general public on May 16, 1982. The seating capacity of the venue is around 12,644 for basketball, 13,090 for concerts, 12,644 for tennis, and 6,795 for half-house concerts. The arena is owned and operated by Boise State University. The architecture of the ExtraMile Arena was designed by CSHQA with a construction cost of approximately $17.5 million. The ExtraMile Arena serves as the residence to the Boise State Broncos basketball, wrestling, and gymnastics teams since 1982-present. The venue has its own Gym called Bronco Gym. The largest arena’s attendance record was attested to be about 3,946 at the Saturday night game. Back in 2004, the venue got its first naming rights guarantor, a fast-food outlet Taco Bell, and renamed as Taco Bell Arena.
Several concerts, community events, and trade shows were hosted by the arena, among which Davis Cup Tennis is the famous one held in April 2013. Notable basketball tournaments held at the venue include; Big Sky Conference men’s basketball tournaments in 1985, 1989, 1990, and 1994 along with NCAA Tournament games. The arena is also listed for the 2021 NCAA tournament.
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