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Sioux Falls Arena

Sioux Falls Arena
Location 1201 North West Avenue
Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57104
Owner City of Sioux Falls
Operator SMG
Capacity Basketball: 6,113
Hockey: 4,760
Surface Multi-surface
Construction
Broke ground 1959
Opened 1961
Construction cost $1,480,000[1]
($11.7 million in 2016 dollars[2])
Architect Spitznagel and Associates[3]
Tenants
Sioux Falls Skyforce (CBA/D-League) (1989–2013)
Sioux Falls Stampede (USHL) (1999–2013)
Sioux Falls Storm (IFL) (2000–2014)
Augustana Vikings (NSIC) (2014–present)

Sioux Falls Arena is a 7,500-seat multi-purpose arena located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The facility was built in 1961.[4] It seats 6,113 for basketball games and 4,760 for indoor football and hockey.[5]

It was the home of the Sioux Falls Skyforce basketball team (1989–2013), the Sioux Falls Storm indoor football team, and the Sioux Falls Stampede ice hockey team, as well as a variety of state high school championship events.

The Sioux Falls Arena hosted the men's and women's Summit League Basketball Championship from 2009 until the opening of the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in 2014.

In 2014, Augustana College agreed to play their men's and women's double header basketball games at the Arena.

Elvis Presley performed one of his final concerts here on June 22, 1977.

References

  1. ^ Reuter, George S.; Reuter, Helen H. (1965). Democracy and Quality Education. Paddock Publications for Educational Research Association of the U.S.A. 
  2. ^ Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved February 27, 2014.
  3. ^ Michelle L. Dennis (2007). "Post-World War II Architecture in South Dakota" (PDF). Preservation. State of South Dakota. Retrieved November 22, 2011. 
  4. ^ Zimmer, Matt (April 20, 2014). "Sharing home game dates was new for the Stampede and Skyforce — the crowds still came".  
  5. ^ http://www.siouxfallscvb.com/sfArena.cfm

External links

  • Official website


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