Butte Civic Center
Location 1340 Harrison Avenue
Butte, Montana
Flag of the United States United States
Opened 1952
Owner Butte-Silver Bow
Operator Butte-Silver Bow
Surface Multi-Surface
Construction cost Unknown
Capacity Basketball: 6,250 Hockey:5,100 Boxing:7,000
Butte Roughriders (NPHL) (2003–2011)
Butte Daredevils (Continental Basketball Association (2006–2008))

The Butte Civic Center is a 7,500-seat multi-purpose arena in Butte, Montana, USA. Opened in 1952, it hosts locals sporting events and concerts as well as political events. It was the home of the Continental Basketball Association's Butte Daredevils, who played there from their founding in 2006 until they folded in 2008. The arena's current primary tenant is the Butte Roughriders of the Northern Pacific Hockey League. In December 2007 it played host to the funeral of local hero Evel Knievel which was presided over by Pastor Robert Schuller.

The arena holds;

  • Basketball: 6,250
  • Hockey/Ice Events: 5,100
  • Boxing: 7,000
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