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UIC Pavilion
Opened May 31, 1982
Location 525 South Racine Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60607
Owner University of Illinois at Chicago
Renovated 2001
Construction cost $10 million
Seating type 9,500 (boxing and wrestling), 6,972 (basketball)
Capacity 9,500 (boxing and wrestling), 6,972 (basketball)

UIC Pavilion is a 9,500-seat multi-purpose arena located at 525 S. Racine Avenue on the West Side in Chicago, Illinois, which opened in 1982.

Description and historyEdit

The UIC Pavilion is located on the campus of the University of Illinois at Chicago. It opened in 1982. The UIC Pavilion was renovated in 2001, and is rented for many functions and concerts. It is accessible from the CTA Blue Line Racine stop, located one block north of the Pavilion. It is also accessible from the #7 Harrison Bus and the #60 Blue Island/26th Bus. It also hosted UIC's ice hockey team when they competed in the CCHA as well as the 1984, 1999, and 2000 Horizon League men's basketball conference tournament. The UIC Pavilion is home to the University of Illinois at Chicago Flames basketball team and the former home of the Chicago Sky WNBA team. It is the home of the Windy City Rollers of the Women's Flat Track Derby Association. From 2004 to 2006 it also housed the Chicago Storm Major Indoor Soccer League team before they moved into the newly constructed Sears Centre. The UIC Pavilion was the home arena for Jim Crockett Promotions and WCW Wrestling in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was the site of three PPV events: Starrcade 87, Chi-Town Rumble and Halloween Havoc 90. When used as a concert venue the arena seats up to 10,075 for end-stage shows, 7,924 for ¾-house shows, and 5,878 for ½-house shows. The venue continues to be a regular host for major rock concerts, including notable sets from Green Day[1] to Phish.[2]

Beginning in 2016, it will host the Chicago Eagles of Champions Indoor Football.[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Green Day at UIC Pavilion (Chicago) on 8 Nov 2004. Retrieved on 2016-08-11.
  2. Phish UIC Pavilion: Photos (16 August 2011).
  3. UIC Pavilion. Chicago Eagles. Retrieved on December 16, 2015.

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