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“Since joining the USF team in May 2012, Global Spectrum has set a new standard for entertainment, opening with a sold out Elton John show, and adding other acts such as Florence and the Machine, Sesame Street Live, Ron Paul, Impact Wrestling, and the Harlem Globetrotters. For their efforts, the Sun Dome was ranked fifth in the nation by Venues Today Magazine for venues with a capacity of 10,001-15,000.”
University of South Florida
Theaters/Performing Arts Centers
Entertainment & Retail Districts
This is a growing new category for forward thinking development companies. In Philadelphia, for example, the legendary Spectrum arena, which is owned by Comcast-Spectacor and managed by Global Spectrum, will be razed to make way for Philly Live!, a new and exciting partnership with world-renowned developers The Cordish Company, that will provide visitors with a destination retail, dining and entertainment district in the area adjacent to the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia.
Once completed, Philly Live! will give Global Spectrum the flexibility to market the entertainment complex to an expanded population of the entertainment market. Another similar, yet different, project is part of Global Spectrum's assignment in Niagara Falls, NY. Old Falls Street at the Niagara Falls Conference Center (a Global Spectrum-managed venue) gives the company the unique opportunity to incorporate Old Falls Street's setting and retail operations into its marketing and sales efforts for the Conference Center. The combination of these two special facilities will give visitors to Niagara Falls an additional venue for entertainment, shopping and dining while overlooking the famous Niagara Falls.
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