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Resch Center - Green Bay, WI
The Resch Center is located at 1901 South Oneida Street, Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin, USA. It is a multi-purpose arena with a seating capacity of 10,200 (Arena bowl), 9,729 (Basketball), 7,500 (End-Stage Concerts), 8,709 (Ice Hockey), 5,500 (WWE), and 8,600 (Indoor Football).
The venue is under the ownership of Brown County, and it is operated by PMI Entertainment Group. It was open to the general public on August 24, 2002, with a construction cost of $45 million. The arena was named after the Dick Resch, executive of a local office furniture company KI Industries and designed by the Design Strategies and Odell Associates Inc. It serves home currently to Green Bay Phoenix (NCAA), Green Bay Blizzard (IFL), and Green Bay Gamblers (USHL) while it was formerly home to the Green Bay Chill (LFL).
The Resch Center has hosted some major events with topmost attendance crowds including Metallica: 9,974, Elton John: 10,414, Eric Church: 9,757, etc. It also hosted the WWE SmackDown, WIAA Girls Volleyball State Championships, and 2006 NCAA men's hockey tournament's Midwest Regional which was held on March 25-26. The center includes the Resch Center Theatre which was formerly known as Theatre at the Resch Center and Time Warner Cable Theatre. This venue is used for concerts, theatre, Broadway Shows, etc. Some popular artists that performed at the concerts held at this venue are Hall & Oates, The Band Perry, Avenged Sevenfold, Eric Church, etc.
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