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Casper Events Center, Casper

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"Wyoming's Center for Entertainment: Creating a lifetime of memories one event at a time!"

If it’s happening in Wyoming, chances are it’s happening at the Casper Events Center. Built high on a hill over-looking the city, Casper Mountain, and the scenic Platte River Valley, the Casper Events Center lends new meaning to the term “accommodating.”

Opened in April of 1983, the Casper Events Center is Wyoming’s Center for Entertainment. Here we are over three decades later and celebrating not only one of Casper’s most popular one cent facilities, but one of Wyoming’s most prized assets. The Casper Events Center was funded entirely by the City’s portion of the optional 1% sales tax, with a construction cost of $22 million and the facility completely paid for when the doors opened for our first event on April 17, 1982. Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass was the first to grace our stage (finally replaced in April of 2009 – 27 years later) with ticket prices at $8 and $9.
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  • Awesome place. So exciting to see the qualifying. It was so great to see I person. I’d recommend for ant age group.  more »
  • First time here, for an event. Parking was free and easy, short walk to get inside, and the event was easy to figure out. They had some silly security. Forgot I had a pocket knife in my pocket, but th...  more »
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  • For a small town the event center is able to get some decent acts midweek and lots of events on the weekends. Parking is free, as far as I have seen. Traffic flow is not bad, especially compared to Denver Pepsi Center. Staff is always pleasant. Biggest problem is cramped seating. Got floor seats for Postmodern Jukebox which were a few dollars more, hoping it would be better than standard stadium seating. Wedged in such a tiny chair that nobody could move without bumping the person next to them. It was worse than airplane seats. I stood for the second half of the show. I will not go back until management realizes Wyoming is not known for petite men who sit on each other's laps. I recommend pushback from the community to improve seating. Speak with your wallet by not buying tickets. Its amazing how quickly management pulls their head out when sales drop. If nothing else, don't buy floor seats.
  • We went for state pool. It was the same price for a bottle of pop as it was a can of beer. $4 for pop and beer way too much for pop. But the staff was very nice and the facility was very clean

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