The Corner Brook Civic Centre is located within Corner Brook, Newfoundland and is surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the Bay of Islands.
The Corner Brook Civic Centre is a recreational facility that caters to Concerts, Conventions, Trade Shows, Craft Fairs, Weddings, Home and Outdoor Recreation Shows and Sporting Events of all sizes. It is comprised of two arenas referred to as the Main Arena and Kinsmen Arena as well as it features a Civic Studio/Soundstage and 7 Conference Rooms.
Historical Information on the Corner Brook Civic Centre:
Since opening its doors in 1997, the Civic Centre has established itself as Western Newfoundland’s premier event facility. It was the prime venue for the 1999 Canada Winter Games.
Originally called the Canada Games Centre and the Pepsi Centre, the Corner Brook Civic Centre is currently owned and operated by the City of Corner Brook. The City of Corner Brook was granted ownership of the Corner Brook Civic Centre in the year of 2014 hence the reason for the changing of the building’s name from the Pepsi Centre to the Corner Brook Civic Centre.