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Claremore's Expo-Center


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Claremore's Expo-Center The City of Claremore has redeveloped its old city/county fair grounds by removing all structures, and acquiring additional acreage, bringing the area to more than 55 acres. The major addition has been bulding the Expo Center.

Arena Area

The arena is a dirt floor 61,000 sq. ft. enclosed, air conditioned/heated building. the floor may be packed for hard surface use. It has seating up to 2,000. It has its own P.A. system and score board. The concession area and rest rooms are accessed at the South end. The covered 30,000 sq. ft. covered warm up arena is attached to the North with access to the main arena and access to the covered stalls and wash area is to the West. rest rooms and wash area is provided between the covered stall building and the covered warm up arena. An additional warm up area is provided outside between the buildings as indicated. Water is located throughout the covered stall building and with its tall roof structures provides proper ventilation on those still calm days. Loading and unloading areas are provided nearby.

These arenas are multipurpose and may be used for many different events. Some events may be able to run at the same time.

Expo Building

The 60,000 sq. ft. Expo building is a multipurpose facility which is air conditioned and heated. It has a main kitchen located in the Southwest corner with two concession stands and a food court yard midway on the North side of the building. The rest rooms which may be converted for large number of ladies are also on the North side. The box office is located at the left of the main entrance with four windows. The Expo offices are located inside the entrance on the left. Two meeting rooms are on the right of the main entrance. Dressing rooms are on located on the Northeast side of the building. There are more than 150 10'X10' booth areas available on the main floor for flat shows. Dirt my be added to the floor for additional stock shows. The floor may be converted to accommodate different types of sports events. A stage may be set up at the East end for Stage shows and seats up to 3,500. There are three light booths located on the second floor. The building my be subdivided for small events or more than one event at a time. Food service may range from snacks to concessions to full banquet service and even formal weddings and receptions. Ample electrical services are available for any event including a showpower and spotlight booths.



Address: 400 Veterans Parkway
Phone: 918-342-5357
Fax: 918-341-7275
Our Website:www.claremoreexpo.com

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