List of cultural entities with sole naming rights

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The following is a list of cultural entities with sole naming rights:


Literary awards[edit]

Sporting awards[edit]



Name Location Sponsor Notes
Telus Spark Calgary, Alberta Telus formerly Telus World of Science
Science World at Telus World of Science Vancouver, British Columbia Telus formerly Science World
Telus World of Science, Edmonton Edmonton, Alberta Telus formerly the Odyssium

Performing arts venues[edit]


Name Location Sponsor Notes
Four Seasons Centre Toronto, Ontario Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Toronto, Ontario Molson
Sony Centre for the Arts Toronto, Ontario Sony formerly the O'Keefe Centre (1960–1996), then the Hummingbird Centre (1996–2007)


Name Location Sponsor Notes
Movistar Arena Santiago Movistar


Name Location Sponsor Notes
Shibuya C.C. Lemon Hall Shibuya, Tokyo C.C. Lemon/Dentsu


Name Location Sponsor Notes
Auditorio Coca-Cola Monterrey, Nuevo Leon Coca-Cola

United States[edit]

Name Location Sponsor Notes
American Airlines Theatre New York, New York American Airlines Selwyn Theatre (1918–2000)
Bank of America Pavilion Boston, Massachusetts Bank of America Harbor Lights Pavilion (1994–1999); FleetBoston Pavilion (1999–2004)
Bank of America Theatre Chicago, Illinois Bank of America Majestic Theatre (1906–1945); Sam Shubert Theatre (1945–2005); LaSalle Bank Theatre (2005-?)
Best Buy Theater New York, New York Best Buy
Cadillac Palace Theatre Chicago, Illinois Cadillac New Palace Theatre (1926–1984); Bismarck Theatre (1984–1999)
Charter One Pavilion Chicago, Illinois Charter One
Citi Performing Arts Center Boston, Massachusetts Citigroup formerly the Wang Center for the Performing Arts
Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre Cobb County, Georgia Cobb Energy Management Corp.
Comcast Center Mansfield, Massachusetts Comcast Great Woods Center for the Performing Arts (1986–1999); Tweeter Center (1999–2008)
Comcast Theater Hartford, Connecticut Comcast formerly New England Dodge Music Center and Meadows Music Theater
Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre Chula Vista, California Cricket Communications Coors Amphitheatre (1998–2008)
Cricket Wireless Pavilion Phoenix, Arizona Cricket Communications formerly Desert Sky Pavilion
DTE Energy Music Theatre Clarkston, Michigan DTE Energy Pine Knob Music Theatre (1972–2001)
Ferguson Center for the Arts Newport News, Virginia Ferguson Enterprises
First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre Tinley Park, Illinois First Midwest Bank formerly Tweeter Center Chicago, World Music Theater and New World Music Theater
Foxwoods Theatre New York, New York Live Nation Ford Center for the Performing Arts (1998–2005), Hilton Theatre (2005–2010)
National City Pavilion Cincinnati, Ohio National City Bank PNC Bank Arts Center Holmdel Township, New Jersey PNC Bank Garden State Arts Center (1968–1996)
Post-Gazette Pavilion Burgettstown, Pennsylvania Pittsburgh Post-Gazette formerly Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts Raleigh, North Carolina Progress Energy BTI Center for the Performing Arts (1997–2005)
Snapple Theater Center New York, New York Snapple
Gexa Energy Pavilion Dallas, Texas Gexa Energy Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre (1988–1998); Starplex Amphitheatre (1998–2000); Smirnoff Amphitheatre (2000–2008)
Susquehanna Bank Center Camden, New Jersey Susquehanna Bank Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre (1995–2001); Tweeter Center at the Waterfront (2001–2008)
Time Warner Cable Amphitheater Cleveland, Ohio Time Warner Cable formerly Tower City Amphitheater
Times-Union Center for the Performing Arts Jacksonville, Florida The Florida Times-Union
USANA Amphitheatre West Valley City, Utah Usana
Verizon Wireless Theater Houston, TX Verizon Wireless
Wells Fargo Center for the Arts Santa Rosa, California Wells Fargo Luther Burbank Center (1981–2006)
Wells Fargo Pavilion Sacramento, California Wells Fargo


See also[edit]