Kansas City, Fort Wayne and Minneapolis Venues

Kansas City, Fort Wayne and Minneapolis Venues

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To: Janet

From: Paul

Date: 5 August 2008


Alicia plays a lot of different keyboard on her albums.  I thought all she played was the piano.  Sound exciting.  I think she should make loops for Acid and Reason.  They go for about $79.99 easy per DVD.


I think you should book this venue, I think you can get a good deal and sellout, because they are hungry from what I am reading for entertainment.


Kansas City opened a new arena last fall in hopes of attracting a franchise but has failed to lure one so far. The city’s Sprint Center has managed to attract large concert acts such as Garth Brooks and Bruce Springsteen and once-a-year sporting events such as the NCAA Basketball Tournament.  It holds about 14,000 people.  It is worth an investigation.


Fort Wayne is a dream destination! It is Indiana’s second largest city after Indianapolis. Located close to Chicago, Cincinnati, and Detroit, Fort Wayne has historically served as a transportation and communications center for the region. Fort Wayne has a large number of bars and music venues. For recreation there are several parks and places to visit such as Buckner Farm Park, Foellinger-Freimann Botanical Conservatory, Foster Park, Headwaters Park, Historic Old Fort, Hurshtown Reservoir and many more! Fort Wayne International Airport serves the city for air travel. Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation Citilink provides bus service between downtown, urban shopping centers and area employment locations. Major automobile highways and freeways in Fort Wayne include Interstate 69, Interstate 469, U.S. Route 24, U.S. Route 27, U.S. Route 30 (the Lincoln Highway), and U.S. Route 33.


Plan your next travel event in Fort Wayne. The city can accommodate business meetings, team building seminars, family reunions and weddings. The Hyatt Place hotels in the city provide meeting and event management facilities for seminars to team building getaways.


The Grand Wayne Convention Center provides a great environment for conducting business. Here, you’ll get all the facilities and amenities you may require such as 225,000 total square feet of space, in-house technology services, in-house exhibition services, digital sound system, and “intelligent” lighting capabilities. Hilton Fort Wayne at the Grand Wayne Convention Center is an award-winning center that has every feature for business travelers. Guest accommodations have features such as high-speed internet capabilities, larger work desk, 2-line phone and more! The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum & Exposition Center can hold more than 12,000 people with 25,000 square feet for exhibit space. The space is very versatile and hosts events such as concerts, trade shows, banquets, family shows and much more. Also included in this addition are the Red, White and Blue meeting rooms. These rooms can accommodate up to 250 individuals each. Other convention hotels in Fort Wayne include Fort Wayne Marriott with over 18,000 sq. feet of functional meeting space, and the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites.


As the Associated Press reports, that rally has now been moved to the 15,000-plus capacity Target Center, home of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Paul will speak at the rally on Sept. 2nd, day two of the RNC


September 10 — Vancouver, BC — General Motors Place
September 13 — Oakland, CA — Oracle Arena
September 17 — Los Angeles, CA — Staples Center
September 19 — Las Vegas, NV — Mandalay Bay Events Center
September 20 — San Diego, CA — San Diego Sports Arena
September 25 — Chicago, IL — Allstate Arena
September 27 — Detroit, MI — Palace Of Auburn Hills
September 28 — Toronto, ON — Air Canada Centre
September 29 — Montreal, QC — Bell Centre
October 1 — Boston, MA — TD Banknorth Garden
October 2 — Philadelphia, PA — Wachovia Center
October 4 — Greensboro, NC — Greensboro Coliseum Complex
October 5 — Atlanta, GA — Philips Arena
October 7 — Fort Lauderdale, FL — BankAtlantic Center
October 11 — Uncasville, CT — Mohegan Sun Arena
October 15 — Washington, DC — Verizon Center
October 17 — East Rutherford, NJ — Izod Center
October 21 — Houston, TX — Toyota Center
October 22 — Dallas, TX — American Airlines Center

October 24 or 25 Kansas City – Sprint Center

October 25 or 26 Fort Wayne, IND – Memorial Coliseum & Exposition Center

October  ?  target center Minneapolis, MINN

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