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How many people does Prospera Place seat?

How many people does Prospera Place seat?

6,886Prospera Place / Capacity

We are a part of GSL Group, where we build better communities through better connections. Prospera Place (formerly named Skyreach Place 1999-2003) opened on March 28,1999 with a maximum seating capacity of 6,886 for hockey games and 8,000 for concerts.

Who owns Prospera Place Kelowna?

KelownaProspera Place / Owner

When was Prospera Place built?

August 28, 1999Prospera Place / Opened

How old is Prospera Place in Kelowna?

23Prospera Place / Age (c. 1999)

When was Prospera Place Kelowna built?

Who owns CNC Kelowna?

Lee’s GSL group also owns and operates the Coast Capri Hotel and mall in Kelowna, the twin-rink CNC in Kelowna, 7,000-seat Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, Planet Ice rink complexes in Coquitlam, Delta and Maple Ridge, a shopping mall with rink in Parksville, and other shopping mall and industrial properties.

What arena do the Kamloops Blazers play in?

The Sandman Centre
The Sandman Centre (formerly known as Riverside Coliseum and Interior Savings Centre) is a 5,464-seat multi-purpose arena in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. It is home to the Kamloops Blazers Ice hockey team.

How many seats are in Prospera Kelowna?

6,886Prospera Place / Capacity

When was CNC Kelowna built?

All this sports and entertainment action was made possible when a 6,000-seat arena called Skyreach Place opened in downtown Kelowna on Aug. 28, 1999. As the building, now known as Prospera Place, readies to celebrate its 20th birthday, it’s time to reflect on the past two decades and look forward to the next 20.

Where can you skate in Kelowna?

Annually, the outdoor skating rink at Stuart Park is open for free drop-in skating from 6 a.m.-11 p.m. daily throughout the winter. Find indoor public skating times at Kelowna rinks including Memorial and Rutland Arena at

How did the Kamloops Blazers get their name?

The team plays in the B.C. Division of the Western Conference, is based out of Kamloops, British Columbia, and play home games at Sandman Centre. B.C. The Blazers originated as the Estevan Bruins in 1966, became the New Westminster Bruins in 1971, and relocated to Kamloops in 1981 as the Kamloops Junior Oilers.

When did the Kamloops Blazers win the Memorial Cup?

1995 – Kamloops Blazers – Memorial Cup.

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