Dunkin Donuts Center
Located in the heart of Providence, The Dunkin’ Donuts Center is New England’s premier events arena managed by SMG. Home to the AHL Providence Bruins and the Big East Providence College Friars, it is host to various sporting events, major concerts, family shows, and trade shows. With 31,000 square feet, the floor can be set up to accommodate center stage shows, table seating, ice, dirt, basketball, and event trade show booths.
Providence Performing Arts Center
The Theatre which is now called the Providence Performing Arts Center was opened as a Loew’s Movie Palace on October 6, 1928. It was designed by George and C.W. Rapp of Chicago. PPAC contains over 3000 seats and hosts touring Broadway shows, concerts, plays, films, and a variety of performers.
The theatre was almost torn down in the late 1970s. But it survived and was extensively remodeled and largely restored to its original 1928 opulence. PPAC now anchors the Providence arts and entertainment district and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Veterans Memorial Auditorium
Veterans Memorial Auditorium (The Vets) is located on the revitalized Avenue of the Arts. With just over 1,900 seats, The Vets is acclaimed for its unique combination of size and intimacy, enjoyed by both audience and performer. On the National Register of Historic Places, The Vets is celebrated for its proscenium stage and exquisite interior.
Rhode Island Convention Center
The Rhode Island Convention Center is located in the heart of downtown Providence and is a multi-purpose facility. Capable of hosting trade shows, consumer shows, exhibits, receptions, banquets, meetings and, of course, conventions.
Twin River Casino
Twin River Casino is an exciting gaming, dining and entertainment destination, located in Lincoln, Rhode Island, just 45 minutes from Boston and 10 minutes from Providence, with a 29,000+ square foot Twin River Event Center with headline entertainment.
The Ryan Center
A state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility, the Thomas M. Ryan Center opened its doors in June 2002 and hosts family entertainment, concerts, athletic events, trade shows, conventions and other community events. The Center seats 7,700 for basketball, and over 5,500 for standard concerts, family shows, and other events, at the University of Rhode Island main campus in Kingston, RI.