Lawlor Events Center
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|Address||1500 North Virginia Street|
|Location||Reno, Nevada, U.S.|
|Owner||University of Nevada, Reno|
|Operator||University of Nevada, Reno|
|Broke ground||October 1981|
|Opened||November 4, 1983|
|Construction cost||$26 million
($62.5 million in 2016 dollars)
|Architect||Casazza, Peetz & Associates|
|Structural engineer||Walter P. Moore and Associates, Inc.|
|General contractor||The Law Company, Inc.|
|Nevada Wolf Pack (NCAA) (1983–present)|
Lawlor Events Center is an 11,536-seat multi-purpose arena in Reno, Nevada located at the intersection of North Virginia Street and 15th Street on the University of Nevada, Reno campus. It is named after Jake Lawlor.
It was built in 1983 and is home to the Nevada Wolf Pack basketball team. As the largest venue in Northern Nevada, the Lawlor Events Center also hosts concerts, conferences, rodeos, WWE, PBR events and other entertainment events. It is also the host for Washoe County School District high school graduations.
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