Acceptable Ads Certified
Email Us Subscribe To Follow Us On Preview
TRIPinfo.com logo
 
About Us Add / Edit Magazine Media Kit Newsletter Subscribe Tips Tours Videos Home

Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums
Alexandria (AEX) | Baton Rouge (BTR) | Lafayette & Lake Charles (LFT)
New Orleans (MSY) | Shreveport & Bossier City (SHV)

Alexandria Sports Venues
Alexandria | Baton Rouge | Lafayette & Lake Charles | New Orleans | Shreveport & Bossier City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1976
Natchitoches
15,971
Home of Northwestern State Demons football (Southland)
 
1965
Alexandria
6,512
Additional facilities include an exhibition building with 18,214 square feet floor space, a 65,000 square foot agriculture complex & a 16,250 square foot ag-arena with 30,000 square foot barn
Baton Rouge Sports Venues
Alexandria | Baton Rouge | Lafayette & Lake Charles | New Orleans | Shreveport & Bossier City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1928
Baton Rouge
29,000
Home of Southern University Jaguars football & soccer (SWAC)
 
1978
Baton Rouge
12,000
Facilities include an arena, exhibition halls, meeting rooms & performing arts theatre
 
1972
Baton Rouge
15,500
 
1924
Baton Rouge
92,542
Home of LSU Tigers football (SEC)
Lafayette & Lake Charles Sports Venues
Alexandria | Baton Rouge | Lafayette & Lake Charles | New Orleans | Shreveport & Bossier City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1950
Lafayette
9,800
Home of Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns women's basketball (SBC)
 
1971
Lafayette
31,000
Home of Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns football (SBC)
 
1984
Lafayette
13,500
Home of Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns basketball (SBC) & the Louisiana high school basketball state championship
 
1965
Lake Charles
17,410
Home of McNeese State Cowboys football (NCAA)
 
1999
Houma
5,000
Host to Broadway and Disney productions, indoor & outdoor concerts & festivals, sporting events, consumer shows, conventions, banquets & wedding receptions
New Orleans Sports Venues
Alexandria | Baton Rouge | Lafayette & Lake Charles | New Orleans | Shreveport & Bossier City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
1972
Thibodaux
12,800
Home of Nicholls State Colonels football (Southland)
 
1983
New Orleans
10,000
Home of New Orleans Privateers basketball & volleyball (Southland); Home of the UNO Aquatic Center
 
1975
New Orleans
76,468
Home of the New Orleans Saints (NFL), Tulane University Green Wave football (C-USA), the Sugar Bowl, the New Orleans Bowl, Louisiana high school state championship games
 
1998
New Orleans
18,500
Home of the New Orleans Hornets (NBA) & New Orleans VooDoo (AFL)
 
1937
Hammond
7,408
Home of Southeastern Louisiana Lions
 
1997
New Orleans
11,000
Home of the New Orleans Zephyrs (Miami Marlins AAA affiliate)
Shreveport & Bossier City Sports Venues
Alexandria | Baton Rouge | Lafayette & Lake Charles | New Orleans | Shreveport & Bossier City | Index
ONLINE
BOOKING
VENUE YEAR
OPEN
CITY CAPACITY NOTES
 
2000
Bossier City
14,392
 
2000
Bossier City
14,000
Host to concerts, family shows, ice-skating shows, motor sports, rodeos, conventions, religious & community events
 
1954
Shreveport
10,300
Host to concerts, circuses, rodeos, ice shows, sporting events, motor thrill shows & other events
 
1925
Shreveport
50,832
Hosts the Independence Bowl
 
1968
Ruston
30,600
Home of Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football (WAC)
 
1978
Monroe
30,427
Home of Louisiana Monroe Warhawks football (SBC)
 
1965
Monroe
22,000


Add / Edit Add to Your Site Contact Media Kit News Privacy Products

TRIPinfo.com - group trips start here - Go There, Places to Go, Things to Do, Featured Places to Stay & Meet.
1996-2017 TRIPmedia Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Frisco CVB (b)