Welcome to the Main
Arena of the Alario Center.
The NBA sized (94 foot x 50 foot) hardwood floor makes this hall the ideal
venue for basketball & volleyball events. The Main Arena has
fixed arena seating for 2,200 patrons, additional floor seating can be added
for events such as concerts, boxing, cheerleading competitions or graduation ceremonies.
The Alario Center has hosted numerous national and international sporting events
including the 2003 Mountain Dew College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Basketball
Championships (televised nationally on ESPN), the 2000 U.S.A. Weightlifting Olympic
Trials (televised nationally on NBC) and the US Women's Olympic Volleyball
Team exhibition match vs. Japan. In September 2003, the Alario Center
hosted it's first major concert when Grammy Award winner Clint Black performed
at the Alario Center. The Alario Center also has hosted numerous AAU
National Basketball events as well as annually hosting, AAU State Boys &
Girls Tournaments and the annual Governor's Games Boys & Girls
Hall B Park Plaza Purple Court
Marriott Green Court
McDonald's Gold Court
Hall B is
21,840 sq. ft. of column-free space. Hall B is a very
flexible space, with it's drop down dividers the hall is comprised of three
hardwood basketball courts, using sportcourt the hall can be divided into six
volleyball courts, for trade shows or fairs over 100 10' x 10' booths and for
banquets seating for up to 800 guests. Hall B also makes for an excellent
space for a warm-up area for cheerleading & gymnastic events.
Hall B is separated from the
Main Arena by an airwall that can be opened to create over 30,000 square feet of
column-free space. The photos below show the airwall open with events
using both the Main Arena & Hall B.
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