Venue Coalition had one of the company’s best years, adding 10 new venues to its portfolio in 2017. Venue Coalition now presents more than 70 arenas throughout Canada and the United States which is more than any other booking organization in North America.
“2017 was another year of significant growth for Venue Coalition,” said Andrew Prince, Executive Vice President and Partner at Venue Coalition in a release. “Our members are actively engaged, and together, we are booking more shows than ever before.”
In 2017, Venue Coalition added SAP Center in San Jose, California; First National Bank Center in Jonesboro, Arkansas; Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri; Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota; Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Indiana; Horseshoe Pavilion in Midland, Texas; ENMAX Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta, Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba; Sudbury Arena in Sudbury, Ontario; and Bert Ogden Arena which is set to open in Edinburg, Texas in 2018.
“SAP Center Management is excited to be a part of Venue Coalition,” said Steve Kirsner, Vice President of Booking & Events for new venue member SAP Center in a release. “In the very competitive Bay Area market, Venue Coalition will provide another outlet of intelligence, which will help keep SAP Center in the forefront as the premier sports and entertainment venue in Northern California.”
“Venue Coalition plays an integral part of our marketing and programming strategy here at First National Bank Arena,” said Jim Brown, CFE, Director of new member venue First National Bank Arena in a release. “The services and knowledge that Jeff Apregan, Andrew Prince, and their whole Venue Coalition team provides is invaluable.”
To see a map of Venue Coalition arena and theater member venues, visit www.venuecoalition.com.
Latest posts by Taylor Mims (see all)
- Marathon Music Works Opens New Venue The Signal in Chattanooga, Tennessee - February 23, 2018
- Bulgarian Operation Legally Swindles Spotify Out of $1 Million in Royalties - February 23, 2018
- Michelle Obama Will Speak at Oakland’s Oracle Arena in March - February 22, 2018