|Former names||DeSoto Civic Center (2000-2011)|
|Location||4560 Venture Drive
Southaven, MS. 38671
|Operator||DeSoto County Convention & Visitors Bureau|
8,400 (ice hockey)
|Broke ground||April 24, 1998|
|Opened||September 16, 2000|
|Construction cost||$35 million
($47.9 million in 2015 dollars)
|Architect||Johnson Bailey Henderson McNeel Architects|
|General contractor||Carothers Construction Inc.|
|Mississippi RiverKings (SPHL) (2000-present)
Memphis Xplorers (af2) (2001-2006)
Memphis Houn'Dawgs (ABA) (2000-2001)
It also is used as a concert venue, boxing arena, and for ice shows and circuses. Since 2009, the Mid-South Fair has been held at the Landers Center. Formerly, the fair was held in Memphis at the Memphis Fairgrounds.
The Figure Skating Club of Memphis uses the ice rink during the hockey season to provide Learn to Skate clinics, USFSA Basic Skills Classes, and freestyles for area figure skaters. Memphis Youth Hockey also offers Learn to Skate classes and youth ice hockey through the Civic Center.
In June 2008, the Landers Center hosted TNA Slammiversary.
January 4, 2012, Memphis-based Landers Auto Group purchased the naming rights. The name was changed to the Landers Center. The arena still serves the same purpose that the DeSoto Civic Center served. 
- Johnson, Laurie (April 23, 1998). "DeSoto Civic Center Groundbreaking Set for Friday". The Daily News (Memphis). Retrieved October 15, 2011.
- Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–2014. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved February 27, 2014.
- Van Tuyl, Chris (December 28, 2011). "Memphis-Based Landers Auto Group Buys Naming Rights to DeSoto Civic Center". The Commercial Appeal (Memphis). Retrieved December 28, 2011.
|Events and tenants|
|Home of the
2000 – present
Nashville Municipal Auditorium
|Host of Slammiversary
The Palace of Auburn Hills
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