Talk:CenturyLink Center Omaha

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The article should have more details about the arena, like description, seating, and location. It should also have more about its history as well as other arenas in the area, with links to them. Specific events that happen(ed) there would be good. I'll get working on it tomorrow. D'Agosta 07:12, August 12, 2005 (UTC)



Over and over and over, Omaha taxpayers were assured by the center's promoters that there would be NO increase in property taxes (villianously high already) to pay for the costs of building and operating the center. A consortium of local elites and wealthy who would benefit financially from the center consistently lied to the masses. So, how will the center be paid for..... yep, looks like the property taxes will be going UP!!!!!Same old song and dance.68.13.191.153 17:24, 10 December 2006 (UTC)

Nickname[edit]

I have never heard the Qwest Center being called "The Q". Has anyone else?? Shawn W 21:21, 12 April 2007 (UTC)

Too much "fluff"?[edit]

I don't want to step on the regular contributors' toes here, so I'm just jotting some comments here, as an unbiased observer who happened across the article, that IMHO would streamline and improve the content here:

  • EVENTS: truly notable events, like the NCAA regionals is one thing, but all the concerts and clowns (circus) too? Sounds like a lot of work for regularly updated unencyclopedic content that's readily available at the provided (and quite obvious, as they are currently listed) external links.
  • ATTENDANCE RECORDS: I think one record per major event type is enough for an arena article. The top basketball attendance is listed under trivia, so the whole "top 10" table is either not notable enough or duplicate info. No one is really going to care what the 8th largest Bluejay's men's basketball crowd was.
  • TENANTS: they're listed in the infobox, they don't need to be duplicated in the article body itself as a separate section. The wrestling tourney could be considered a 'notable event' (see first item) and should be included with them instead of as a 'tenant', because that's what it is, an event.

vmz 12:32, 30 May 2007 (UTC)



I think that we need to keep an eye on the Notable Musical Performances as that list can be endless Shawn W 23:58, 16 June 2007 (UTC)

Notable Musical Performances[edit]

????????????? Why are we continuing to put information under this header?? There are 29 performances now. Why do we need this?? In my opinion, NOTABLE is sell-out crowds, encore performances (like Tim and Faith), multiple performances by same artists (Manheim Steamroller).

Does anyone agree?

Shawn W 20:01, 16 August 2007 (UTC)

Agreed. Following are the formerly listed performances. If there is no citation, the performance should not be listed in the article. – Freechild (¡!¡!¡!¡) 06:14, 21 August 2007 (UTC)

Needed Sentence???[edit]

Is this part really necessary? This is not really documented nicknames.

Other names for the facility are "The Qwest", "The Riverfront Centre", "The Omaha Convention Center & Arena" or "The CLink"

Sweet Pea 1981 (talk) 16:10, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

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