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Venue Management--Chapter 1

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VENUE MANAGEMENT--CHAPTER 1
What Are The Different Types of Public Assembly Facilities?
Public Assembly Facilities
Feasibility Study

Answers 3 Questions

1. Type of PAF community wants
2. What community can afford
3. How large a facility to build

Differnent Types of Facilities
The First Public Assembly Facilities
The End!

Question # 10

What are some of the operating dynamics (functions) that all public assembly facilities have in common?

Event Booking and Scheduling, Event Management, Parking, Traffic and Transportation, Crowd Management, Financial Administration, Ticketing, Advertising, Marketing and Sales, Concessions and Catering, Facility Maintenance and Operations


Just Add A Few Zeros

Group Activity
MME Due or AA @ 8:30
SEE You WEDNESDAY

Question # 8

Do Facilities Make Money?

Only A Few!!!!!

Subsidized
Operating break-even
Operating break-even plus debt service but no profit
Operating profit
Operating break-even plus debt service and making a profit


Show Me The Money



How does a community determine what type of facility to build?


What Do We Need?

Question # 2

What are the different types of Public Assembly Facilities?

Arenas, Stadiums, Amphitheaters, Performing Arts Center Auditoriums, Convention Centers, Racetracks and Complexes


Colosseum—
Retractable Roof

SUMMARY
PAF Management has become “big business”


Almost every community in the United States has a public assembly facility

PAF Management varies based on the ownership and mission of the facility. Regardless of the type of PAF they all have similar operating dynamics

CHAPTER 1 OWNERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE OF PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FACILITIES


What are some of the reasons a facility would need private management?


1. Overcome bureaucratic controls (red tape)
2.The demand for more event activity (Secondary Markets)
3. The need for an experienced professional to open new facilities
4. Clean Sweep
5. Investment Dollars For Expansions and Equipment

Public or Private Management

Bojangles Coliseum

Public Ownership/Public Employees

Who manages public assembly facilities?

The three most common types of facility ownership and management:

1. Public Ownership/Public Employees/Authority
2. Public Ownership/Private Management Company or Private Employees
3. Private Ownership/ Private Employees

FACILITY OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Uptown Amphitheater--Charlotte


Facility Ownership--Private


Who Actually Owns Public Assembly Facilities?

Public—Owned by City, State, County

Private—Owned by Individual or Corporation

FACILITY OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Epi Center—Charlotte

Economic Stimulus—New Business Development

We Need Our Own Facility!

Los Angeles Coliseum

What’s In A Name?

Cameron Indoor Stadium
DUKE UNIVERSITY

What’s In A Name?

Other PAV Types
RACETRACKS

Greensboro Coliseum
Complex

Public Assembly Venue Types
COMPLEX

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Convention Center/Exhibit Hall/ Trade Show Center
--large exhibit areas or flat floor space
--variety of different meeting rooms
--banquet areas
Typical Events—conventions, trade shows, consumer shows (ex. boat show, auto show) receptions, meetings

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Public Assembly Venue Types
ARENAS /COLISEUMS
Staples Center—Los Angeles—

Today

Attendance/Good News
Chapters 1 & 2
Group Exercise
Remember The Tooty Ta!


HISTORY OF FACILITIES, TYPES OF FACILITIES, OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FACILITIES

CHAPTER 1

What are ETHICS?

The Fundamental Principles of Right & Wrong.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS

Bank of
America
Stadium

Private Ownership/Private Employees

Hampton Coliseum

Facility Ownership—Public (City)

Cabarrus Arena

Social Stimulus—Community Pride

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)



Complex
--combination of two or more facility types
--typically managed by single entity
--combined financial reporting

Public Assembly Facility Types

Public Assembly Facility Types
AMPHITHEATERS

Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach Amphitheater
(Virginia Beach)

Public Assembly Facility Types
AMPHITHEATERS

Warner Theater—
Washington D.C.

Public Assembly Venue Types
PERFORMING ARTS/THEATERS

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Blumenthal
Performing
Arts
Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

Verizon
Wireless
Amphitheater—
St. Louis


Public Assembly Venue Types
AMPHITHEATERS

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Stadium—large facility with fixed seats and or bleachers surrounding a field area
--open air or domed
Typical Events—baseball, football, soccer, major concerts, motor sports, large conventions (religious, multi-level)

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Sun Life
Stadium

Public Assembly Facility Types
STADIUMS

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Fenway
Park
(Boston)

Public Assembly Venue Types
STADIUMS

AT & T Stadium (Formerly Cowboys Stadium)

Public Assembly Venue Types
STADIUMS

Arena/Coliseum—an indoor facility with fixed and or portable seats surrounding and open floor area.
--different event configurations
--permanent or portable staging
Typical Events—basketball, hockey, concerts, family shows, large conventions

Colonial Life Arena

Public Assembly Venue Types
ARENAS/COLISEUMS
PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Time
Warner
Cable
Arena

18,500 seats
Public Assembly Facility Types
ARENAS/COLISEUMS

PAFM – Ownership and Governance of Public Assembly Facilities – Chapter 1

Time
Warner
Cable
Arena

Public Ownership/Private Employees

Blumenthal
Performing
Arts
Center

Public Assembly Venue Types
PERFORMING ARTS/THEATERS

Charlotte Convention Center

Public Assembly Venue Types
CONVENTION CENTERS
PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


Georgia World Congress Center

Public Assembly Venue Types
CONVENTION CENTERS
PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Public Assembly Venue Types
STADIUMS
PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Bank of America Stadium

Public Assembly VenueTypes
STADIUMS

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Charlotte Coliseum--23,500 seats



Public Assembly Venue Types
ARENAS/COLISEUMS


Public—Owned by City, State, County

Private—Owned by Individual or Corporation


What are some of the operating dynamics (functions) that all public assembly facilities have in common?

Event Booking and Scheduling, Event Management, Parking, Traffic and Transportation, Crowd Management, Financial Administration, Ticketing, Advertising, Marketing and Sales, Concessions and Catering, Facility Maintenance and Operations


Just Add A Few Zeros


Do Facilities Make Money?


Only A Few!!!!!

Subsidized
Operating break-even
Operating break-even plus debt service but no profit
Operating profit
Operating break-even plus debt service and making a profit


Show Me The Money

Question # 4
How does a community determine what type of facility to build?

The Feasibility Study — Answers 3 Questions
1. Type of PAF community wants
2. What community can afford
3. How large a facility to build

What Do We Need

Question # 3

Why Are Public Assembly Facilities Built?

Economic Stimulus/New Business Development

Social Stimulus/ Community Pride


We Need Our Own Facility!

Colosseum—Retractable Roof

The Roman Colosseum

HISTORY OF FACILITIES, TYPES OF FACILITIES, OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FACILITIES

CHAPTER 1

Question # 2

What are the different types of Public Assembly Facilities?

Arenas, Stadiums, Amphitheaters, Performing Arts Centers, Auditoriums, Convention Centers, Racetracks and Complexes


Types of Facilities

Colosseum—Retractable Roof

The Roman Colosseum

The Roman Colosseum

Adonis “Sporty” Jeralds, CFE


What are some of the challenges facilities face that affect their ability to make money?

Competition from other facilities
Capacity
Rigging capability
Staff
Willingness to take a financial risk




Show Me The Money

Question # 7
What are some of the reasons a facility would need private management?
Overcome bureaucratic controls (red tape)
The demand for more event activity (Secondary Markets)
The need for an experienced professional to open new facilities
Clean Sweep
Investment Dollars For Expansions and Equipment

Public or Private Management

Bojangles Coliseum

Public Ownership/Public Employees

Question # 6

Who manages public assembly facilities?

The three most common types of facility ownership and management:

Public Ownership/Public Employees/Authority
Public Ownership/Private Management Company or Private Employees
Private Ownership/ Private Employees

FACILITY OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Time Warner Cable Amphitheater--Charlotte


Facility Ownership--Private

Question # 5
Who Actually Owns Public Assembly Facilities?

Public—Owned by City, State, County

Private—Owned by Individual or Corporation

FACILITY OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT

Epi Center—Charlotte

Economic Stimulus—New Business Development

Los Angeles Coliseum

What’s In A Name

Cameron Indoor Stadium

What’s In A Name

Other PAF Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)



Complex
--combination of two or more facility types
--typically managed by single entity
--combined financial reporting

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Amphitheater—an open air facility with a stage.
--permanent seating
--lawn seating
--seasonal venues based on weather
Typical Events—Concerts and stage presentations

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Charlotte Convention
Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Fenway
Park
(Boston)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Colonial Life Arena

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Public Assembly Facility Types

Staples Center—Los Angeles—

Question # 2

What are the different types of Public Assembly Facilities?

Arenas, Stadiums, Amphitheaters, Performing Arts Centers, Auditoriums, Convention Centers, Racetracks and Complexes


Types of Facilities

The Roman Colosseum

Question #1

How Long Have Public Assembly Facilities Hosted Events?

The Roman Colosseum--80 AD— Gladiatorial Contests, Animal Hunts, Executions and Naval Battles

70,000 Capacity, Retractable Roof, Hard Tickets and Elevators


The First Events and Facilities

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach Amphitheater
(Virginia Beach)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Theater/Auditorium/Performing Arts Center--an indoor performing arts facility or concert hall.
--permanent stage and permanent seating
--sloped floor
Typical Events—concerts, symphony, Broadway shows, ballet, opera

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Stadium—large facility with fixed seats and or bleachers surrounding a field area
--open air or domed
Typical Events—baseball, football, soccer, major concerts, motor sports, large conventions (religious, multi-level)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Fenway
Park
(Boston)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Public Assembly Facility Types

Staples Center—Los Angeles—

Question #1

How Long Have Public Assembly Facilities Hosted Events?

The Roman Colosseum--80 AD— Gladiatorial Contests, Animal Hunts, Executions and Naval Battles

70,000 Capacity, Retractable Roof, Hard Tickets and Elevators


The First Events and Facilities

HISTORY OF FACILITIES, TYPES OF FACILITIES, OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC ASSEMBLY FACILITIES

CHAPTER 1

What are ETHICS?

The Fundamental Principles of Right & Wrong.

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATIONS


ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Time
Warner
Cable
Arena

Public Ownership/Private Employees

Hampton Coliseum

Facility Ownership—Public (City)

Cabarrus Arena

Social Stimulus—Community Pride

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Verizon
Wireless
Amphitheater—
St. Louis


Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Theater/Auditorium/Performing Arts Center--an indoor performing arts facility or concert hall.
--permanent stage and permanent seating
--sloped floor
Typical Events—concerts, symphony, Broadway shows, ballet, opera

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Warner Theater—Washington D.C.

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Blumenthal
Performing
Arts
Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Convention Center/Exhibit Hall/ Trade Show Center
--large exhibit areas or flat floor space
--variety of different meeting rooms
--banquet areas
Typical Events—conventions, trade shows, consumer shows (ex. boat show, auto show) receptions, meetings

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Stadium—large facility with fixed seats and or bleachers surrounding a field area
--open air or domed
Typical Events—baseball, football, soccer, major concerts, motor sports, large conventions (religious, multi-level)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Bank of America Stadium

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


AT & T Stadium (Formerly Cowboys Stadium)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Arena/Coliseum—an indoor facility with fixed and or portable seats surrounding and open floor area.
--different event configurations
--permanent or portable staging
Typical Events—basketball, hockey, concerts, family shows, large conventions

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Time
Warner
Cable
Arena

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Charlotte Coliseum


Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Types of Facilities
- Arena
- Stadium
- Convention Center
- Theater/Performing Arts Center
- Auditorium
- Amphitheater
- Complex/Other Types

PAFM – Ownership and Governance of Public Assembly Facilities – Chapter 1

Verizon
Wireless
Amphitheater—
St. Louis


Public Assembly Facility Types
AMPHITHEATERS

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Warner Theater—Washington D.C.

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Convention Center/Exhibit Hall/ Trade Show Center
--large exhibit areas or flat floor space
--variety of different meeting rooms
--banquet areas
Typical Events—conventions, trade shows, consumer shows (ex. boat show, auto show) receptions, meetings

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Charlotte Convention
Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Sun
Life
Stadium

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


Fenway Park, Boston, MA

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Bank of America Stadium

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


AT & T Stadium (Formerly Cowboys Stadium)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Arena/Coliseum—an indoor facility with fixed and or portable seats surrounding and open floor area.
--different event configurations
--permanent or portable staging
Typical Events—basketball, hockey, concerts, family shows, large conventions

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Colonial Life Arena

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Time
Warner
Cable
Arena

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Types of Facilities
- Arena
- Stadium
- Convention Center
- Theater/Performing Arts Center
- Auditorium
- Amphitheater
- Complex/Other Types

PAFM – Ownership and Governance of Public Assembly Facilities – Chapter 1

Today

Attendance/Good News
Chapters 1 & 2
Group Exercise
Remember The Tooty Ta!


PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Bank of
America
Stadium

Private Ownership/Private Employees

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach Amphitheater
(Virginia Beach)

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


Georgia World Congress Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Blumenthal
Performing
Arts
Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)


Georgia World Congress Center

Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Charlotte Coliseum


Public Assembly Facility Types

PAFM: Principles & Practices, Graham & Ward. IAAM (edits by Esckilsen)

Sun
Life
Stadium

Public Assembly Facility Types

Sports Event & Venue Management
Professor Jeralds
Good News
Question of the Day
Chapter 1 & 2


Arena/Coliseum—an indoor facility with fixed and or portable seats surrounding and open floor area.
--different event configurations
--permanent or portable staging
Typical Events—basketball, hockey, concerts, family shows, large conventions
Stadium—large facility with fixed seats and or bleachers surrounding a field area
--open air or domed
Typical Events—baseball, football, soccer, major concerts, motor sports, large conventions (religious, multi-level)
Public Assmbly Venue Types--STADIUMS
Sun Life Stadium
Theater/Auditorium/Performing Arts Center--an indoor performing arts facility or concert hall.
--permanent stage and permanent seating
--sloped floor
Typical Events—concerts, symphony, Broadway shows, ballet, opera

Complex
--combination of two or more facility types
--typically managed by single entity
--combined financial reporting
Complex
--combination of two or more facility types
--typically managed by single entity
--combined financial reporting
Amphitheater—an open air facility with a stage.
--permanent seating
--lawn seating
--seasonal venues based on weather
Typical Events—Concerts and stage presentations

Who Actually Owns Public Assembly Facilities?



Arenas/Coliseums
Stadiums
Performing Arts Centers/Theaters
Auditoriums
Conventions Centers
Amphitheaters
Special Event Centers
Complexes
Hometown Hero

1. Economic Stimulus/New Business Development

2. Social Stimulus/ Community Pride

2 Reasons

1. Economic Stimulus/New Business Development

2. Social Stimulus/ Community Pride
Amphitheater—an open air facility with a stage.
--permanent seating
--lawn seating
--seasonal venues based on weather
Typical Events—Concerts and stage presentations
The End--


Facility of the Future Exercise
Township Auditorium
The mini-arena
University of Phoenix Stadium

Moveable Turf
Retractable Roof
Home of 2015 Superbowl
Permanent Stage--
Flat Floor-
Permanent and Portable Seating
What's In A Name
Every Deal Is Different--
Flat Fee
Deficit Reduction--Fee + Portion of Reduction
Additonal Revenue--Fee + % of Incresed Business
Today

Good News
Attendance/ Question of the Day
Announcements--Up Coming Schedule
Next Wednesday--
Event Booking Founder
Speaking for Professor Roach
Chapter 1
Break
Chapter 2
Amphitheater Feasibility
Don't Be A Chicken!
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• The capacity of the new amphitheater.

• The cost of the new amphitheater.

• The best location for a new amphitheater?

• The amphitheater’s operating season? The proposed number of events the amphitheater would host annually.

• What unique design elements would be included in the amphitheater?

• Potential companies to approach for a naming rights deal? How the company would benefit from the naming right deal? How much you would request per year? The number of years for the original naming rights deal.

• The anticipated economic impact the amphitheater will have on Florence annually?

• A SWOT Analysis that supports their proposal.

The State Legilature Will Provide One City With 20 Million Dollars To Build A New Amphitheater
Amphihtheater Feasibility
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