• Mid-America Center managed by Caesars Entertainment

    Mid-America Center managed by Caesars Entertainment

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    Convention & Tradeshow Facilities & Service

    About Us

    The Mid-America Center strives to be an active leader in the community and industry through consistent and best practices; to exceed the expectations of our clients and patrons; to host a stage that promotes diversity and quality of life.

    History

    The Mid-America Center is the Heartland's premier entertainment and convention center. The multi-purpose facility is the metro area's link to the ultimate in live entertainment and sporting events. From rock shows to family shows and much more, the arena has hosted top names in show business as well as numerous community events. Performers and events hosted at the MAC include Sheryl Crow, Black-Eyed Peas, Martina McBride, Cher, John Mellencamp, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty, Foo Fighters, Three Days Grace, Kenny Chesney, Tool, B.B. King, Reba McEntire, Kings of Leon, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Journey, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Counting Crows, Def Leppard, Alan Jackson, Chris Tomlin, Slipknot, Lyle Lovett, Harlem Globetrotters, Monster Jam, Playhouse Disney Live!, Disney on Ice and countless others.

    The MAC opened on October 18, 2002 and continues to attract attention for its contemporary design. The facility is the centerpiece of the metro area's most exciting destinations.

    Highlights

    • 30,000 sq ft. pillar free arena. Concert Capacity: 8,000 - 12 Luxury Suites - 100 Club Level Seats - Two Party Rooms
    • 24,000 sq ft. Exhibit Hall. Exhibit/Trade Show Booth Capacity: 120 - 150
    • 23,000 sq ft. Ballroom/Meeting Space. Banquet Seating Capacity: 1,500 - Exhibit/Trade Show Booth Capacity: 90 - 112
    • Eight available meeting rooms
    • 15,000 sq ft. Pre-Function area

    Images

    MAC Arena Outside
    Convention Center Entrance
    Ballroom Set-up
    Classroom Set-up
    Arena Seating
    Ball Room - Craft Fair
    Exhibit Hall - Craft Fair
    Exhibit Hall - Tattoo Convention