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The Coliseum

The Indiana Farmers Coliseum has been a historic part of life in Indianapolis since 1939 and home to a professional hockey team since its inception. Built as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Works Progress Administration (part of the New Deal), the Coliseum has been the site of many activities in addition to hockey, including horse & carriage races, basketball, the circus and Indiana’s only performance by The Beatles in 1964.

A 2 year, $63 million dollar renovation of the Indiana Farmers Coliseum was recently completed in the spring of 2014, and now, the Coliseum will be a first class venue tailored to professional hockey boasting excellent sightlines and fan-friendly amenities. The Coliseum is one of the premier hockey venues in the league and the oldest standing arena in professional hockey.

The Fairgrounds Coliseum

The Indiana State Fair Commission decided to keep the building’s historic brick facade and the primary steel structure, but has completely renovated the interior to provide one of the best 6,200 seat arenas in the Midwest. The construction was completed in April of 2014.

The Coliseum will host approximately 36 Indy Fuel games, along with the IUPUI Men’s basketball home games, various concerts and other family entertainment, and events during the Indiana State Fair.