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|Location|| 201 SW Jefferson St |
Peoria, IL 61602-1423
|Tenants|| Bradley Braves (NCAA Division I) (Men's Basketball)|
Peoria Rivermen (AHL) (2005-present)
Peoria Pirates (af2) (2008-2009)
|Capacity|| Ice hockey:9,542|
Peoria Civic Center is a convention center located next to Peoria City Hall in downtown Peoria, Illinois. USA. It has an arena, a theater, an exhibit hall, and meeting rooms. It was built in 1982 and completed an expansion to expand its lobby and meeting facilities in 2008.
It seats 9,542 for hockey and indoor football, 11,442 for basketball and up to 12,145 for concerts.
- Peoria Civic Center - includes Carver Arena, exposition hall and theater.
|Current arenas in the American Hockey League (as of 2016-17 season)|
|Eastern Conference||Blue Cross Arena · Dunkin' Donuts Center · Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena · GIANT Center · MassMutual Center · Mile One Centre · Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza · Oncenter War Memorial Arena · PPL Center · Ricoh Coliseum · Times Union Center · Utica Memorial Auditorium · Webster Bank Arena · XL Center|
|Western Conference||AT&T Center · Allstate Arena · BMO Harris Bank Center · BMO Harris Bradley Center · Cedar Park Center · Citizens Business Bank Arena · MTS Centre · Quicken Loans Arena · Rabobank Arena · Time Warner Cable Arena · Valley View Casino Center · SAP Center at San Jose · Stockton Arena · Tucson Convention Center · Van Andel Arena · Wells Fargo Arena|
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