La Crosse Center is a multi-use center arena located at the city of La Crosse, the state of Wisconsin. The arena was constructed in 1980 and its capacity ranges between 5,000 and 7,500 depending on the kind of event. In addition of being an arena, the center serves also as a convention center. The arena is used to host sports events as well as circuses, ice shows, concerts, and many other events.


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La Crosse Center 300 Harbor View Plaza, La Crosse, WI, 54601

La Crosse Center which is not far from the banks of Mississippi River hosts a number of events and shows along the year including for example the high school wrestling tournament Bi-State Classic that take place every year at the arena. The arena plays host to 55 wrestling squads and 10 full size wrestling mats.

In 2009, the roller derby team La Crosse Skating Sirens starts playing at the arena. The arena used to be home to 3 indoor football team including La Crosse Spartans, La Crosse River Rats, La Crosse Night Train. Also, two CBA team used to play their games at the arena La Crosse Bobcats and La Crosse Catbirds.

The arena hosted performances of great artists and famous musical bands including Aerosmith, Metallica, Foreigner, Bryan Adams, Buckcherry, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Mannheim Steamroller, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and the list goes long. The arena is considered one of the most attended venues in Milwaukee. In 2000, the center was expanded and doubled its size for a cost of about million. The new expansion included grand halls and new Ballroom and boardrooms.

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