Arenas, Facilities & Stadiums

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Map Call Venue City Year Opened Capacity Notes Video Book Group
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Rapides Parish Coliseum Alexandria Alexandria 1964 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
Tiger Stadium Baton Rouge Baton Rouge 1924 102,321 Home of LSU Tigers football (SEC)
Hirsch Memorial Coliseum Shreveport Shreveport 1954 10,300 Host to concerts, circuses, rodeos, ice shows, sporting events, motor thrill shows & other events
Independence Stadium Shreveport Shreveport 1925 50,832 Hosts the Independence Bowl
Houma Terrebonne Civic Center Lafayette Houma 1999 5,000 Host to Broadway and Disney productions, indoor & outdoor concerts & festivals, sporting events, consumer shows, conventions, banquets & wedding receptions
Smoothie King Center New Orleans New Orleans 1998 18,500 Home of the New Orleans Pelicans (NBA) & New Orleans VooDoo (AFL)
Cajun Field Lafayette Lafayette 1971 31,000 Home of Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns football (SBC)
Malone Stadium Shreveport Monroe 1978 30,427 Home of Louisiana Monroe Warhawks football (SBC)
Lakefront Arena New Orleans New Orleans 1983 10,000 Home of New Orleans Privateers basketball & volleyball (Southland); Home of the UNO Aquatic Center
Ace W. Mumford Stadium Baton Rouge Baton Rouge 1928 29,000 Home of Southern University Jaguars football & soccer (SWAC)
Cowboy Stadium Lafayette Lake Charles 1965 17,410 Home of McNeese State Cowboys football (NCAA)
Eddie Robinson Stadium Shreveport Grambling 1983 19,600 Home of Grambling State Tigers football (SWAC)
Turpin Stadium Alexandria Natchitoches 1975 15,971 Home of Northwestern State Demons football (Southland)
John L. Guidry Stadium New Orleans Thibodaux 1972 12,800 Home of Nicholls State Colonels football (Southland)
Strawberry Stadium New Orleans Hammond 1937 7,408 Home of Southeastern Louisiana Lions
NOLA Motorsports Park New Orleans Avondale 2011 5,000 Road race track; Longest race track in North America
New Orleans Baby Cakes New Orleans New Orleans 1997 11,000 Miami Marlins AAA affiliate
Cajundome & Convention Center Lafayette Lafayette 1984 13,500 Home of Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns basketball (SBC) & the Louisiana high school basketball state championship
CenturyLink Center Shreveport Bossier City 2000 14,000 Host to concerts, family shows, ice-skating shows, motor sports, rodeos, conventions, religious & community events
Pete Maravich Assembly Center Baton Rouge Baton Rouge 1971 13,215
Monroe Civic Center Shreveport Monroe 1965 22,000
Blackham Coliseum Lafayette Lafayette 1950 9,800 Home of Louisiana-Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns women's basketball (SBC)
Mercedes-Benz Superdome New Orleans New Orleans 1975 73,000 Home of the New Orleans Saints (NFL), the Sugar Bowl, the New Orleans Bowl, Bayou Classic, Louisiana high school state championship games; Host of 7 Super Bowls and will host Super Bowl LVIII
Joe Aillet Stadium Shreveport Ruston 1968 30,600 Home of Louisiana Tech Bulldogs football (WAC)
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