The Wachovia Complex in South Philadelphia sold more tickets last year than all other public assembly facilities on the planet, according to Pollstar Magazine (see story). “The Complex” - as it’s know in Philadelphia - has 39,000 seats in two arenas and sold over 900,000 tickets to non-sporting events during 2004. The number of tickets sold does not include sales for the sports teams based at the complex, such as the Sixers (basketball), Flyers (hockey), Phantoms (minor league hockey), Wings (indoor lacrosse), Kixx (indoor soccer), and the Soul (arena football).
Thursday, January 13, 2005
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- Our Green Cities
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