Moda Center at the Rose Quarter Schedule & Tickets for 2020/21 Events
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Moda Center at the Rose Quarter: Events Schedule, Tickets and more...
Every city serious about entertainment has a premiere arena, and Portland is no exception. Taking two years to build, the Moda Center – formerly the Rose Garden – opened doors in 1995. It has been a community staple ever since. This multi-purpose venue is able to accommodate hockey, basketball, concerts, speakers, comedy, family shows, and more. To learn about what is available at the Moda Center, keep reading...
With a capacity of nearly 20,000 people, this venue is equipped to brings a variety of events to Portlanders, but sport seasons are a popular time for the venue. The resident teams are the Portland Trail Blazers in the NBA and the Portland Winterhawks in the WHL. A number of other sporting events have been held here, too, including the 2005 U.S. Figure Skating Championships and the 2009 and 2016 men’s NCAA basketball tournaments.
When the arena is not catering to sporting events, it brings other talent into Portland. Past musicians include Blake Shelton, David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Korn, Breaking Benjamin, Celine Dion, Ozzy Osbourne, Marilyn Manson, Maroon 5, Megan Trainor, Tame Impala, Camila Cabello, Harry Styles, Jenny Lewis, and Justin Bieber. Various speaking events and conferences – such as TEDx, Al Gore, and Malala Yousafzai – have also taken stage at the Moda Center. Other highlights include comedy offerings and family-friendly shows. Although larger performances can fill up the 20,000-seat arena, some events are held in the “Theater of the Clouds,” a special configuration within the arena, complete with curtains and a stage, designed for optimal acoustics and a more intimate feel for 3,000 to 6,500 guests.
Although the Moda Center is not the most beautiful structure in the city, the steel-and-concrete building has more to show on the inside. Built for $265 million and now worth nearly $500 million, it is loaded with the hallmarks of a competitive arena space. Skyboxes, suites, portable seats, and permanent seats create a flexible design for a multitude of event needs and spectator wants. Food options range from barbecue to banquets to sports bar fare. Outdoor terraces also line the upper floors, offering a cool indoor-outdoor feel seldom seen in arenas.
The Moda Center can be found at 1 North Center Court, Portland, Oregon 97227. It is just south of Eliot and Irvington, East of Willamette River. For people traveling into town for a conference at the Oregon Convention Center, heard just a few blocks north and catch an event at the Moda Center while you are here.
Moda Center at the Rose Quarter Event Schedule & Tickets