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How many people can fit in the Jubilee Auditorium?

Who designed the Jubilee Auditorium?

Built between 1955 and 1957 as a memorial to Alberta's pioneers. These identical auditoriums were designed by the Alberta Dept of Public Works in consultation with Canadian and foreign acoustical and architectural specialists and were inaugurated 28 Apr 1957 by the Hon E.C. Manning, then premier of the province.Apr 14, 2013

When was the Edmonton Jubilee Auditorium built?

Built in 1957, the Alberta Jubilee Auditoria were gifted to Alberta as two premiere performing arts venues.

Why was the Jubilee Auditorium built?

The Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium was built to celebrate Alberta's 50th anniversary as a province. The Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium was presented as a gift to the people of Alberta and as a memorial to Alberta's pioneers. It was to be Edmonton's premier venue for cultural community events.

What is Rogers Place in Edmonton Canada?

Rogers Place is a multi-use indoor arena located in downtown. It is mainly used for ice hockey and as the home of the Edmonton Oilers hockey franchise but is also a venue for concerts, sports and other events. The Oilers Entertainment Group took over the operation of the Rogers Place building in September 2016.

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What is the capacity of Rogers Place in Edmonton?

Rogers Place is the new home for Edmonton-based NHL team Edmonton Oilers, replacing Rexall Place, the current home of the professional ice hockey team. With an 18,641 seating capacity for hockey games, the new facility can also host big concerts and other entertainment events.

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Does Daryl Katz own Rogers?

Daryl Allan Katz (born May 31, 1961) is a Canadian billionaire businessman and philanthropist. ... Katz Group owns the Edmonton Oilers, and lead the development of Rogers Place and the Ice District.

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How much did Katz pay for Rogers Place?

Funding for Rogers Place

The Katz Group is paying $132.5-million. $112.8-million of their contribution will be paid to the City as rent over 35 years, and cover the City's principal and interest costs. The remaining $19.7-million will be paid as cash.

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