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|Address||16601 N. Pima Rd|
|Owner||City of Scottsdale|
|Operator||City of Scottsdale|
|Type||multi-use events facility|
|Capacity||Equidome Arena: 6,340
Wendell Arena: 6,756
|Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction
Parada del Sol Rodeo (PRCA)
WestWorld of Scottsdale, popularly shortened to WestWorld, is a premier, nationally recognized, multi-use events facility serving the Scottsdale, Arizona community and visitors. It is located on 386 acres at the base of the McDowell Mountains. It was built in stages starting in 1987 and consists of the following facilities:
- A 120,460-square-foot (11,191 m2) Multi-Purpose Tent, completed in 2005 and site of the annual Barrett-Jackson Classic Car Auction as well as conventions, trade shows and other events. It is the largest clear span tent structure in North America and measures up to 89 feet from floor to ceiling.
- The 6,340-seat Equidome Arena, with 39,150 square feet (3,637 m2) of space.
- Wendell Arena, a 6,756-seat stadium used for horse shows, rodeos, and sometimes high-school football.
- Eight outdoor arenas
- Brett's Barn, with 8,210 square feet (763 m2) of space plus another 2,400 square feet (220 m2) on the open deck.
The complex also contains various parking lots for cars and RVs.
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