Sports Venues

At Green Bay’s Titletown Every Day is Game Day

At Green Bay’s Titletown, a mixed-use development just west of Lambeau Field, every day is game day. The community, developed by the Green Bay Packers, was designed for cheeseheads and visitors to unite for year-round entertainment, activities and experiences. Read more.

3 Major New Sports and Entertainment Districts Competing for Your Event

Along with new, high-tech stadiums and arenas, sports and entertainment districts are becoming the norm for both large metropolitan areas and smaller destinations. Here are three new developments that are changing the landscape for their cities and neighborhoods as well as giving planners a variety of venues for meetings and events—sports related or not.


These 5 Historic Ballparks Are Made for Hosting Events

For newcomers to downtown Boston and history buffs Fenway Park holds a certain magic that makes events feel a special. Similarly, a handful of ballparks in America offer a whole host of unique event spaces available for meeting and event rentals within. These baseball parks with a heavy dose of history promise a memorable meeting or event for 20 to 20,000 attendees.

Super Bowl LIII Brings Big Meetings Upgrades to Atlanta

Nothing says a destination has hit the big time like hosting the biggest game in the world, the Super Bowl, and the spotlight will be focused on Atlanta when the 53rd edition of the greatest show on the globe plays at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Sunday, February 3, 2019.  While the hometown Atlanta Falcons are out of the running, Super Bowl LIII and all of its companion events will result in “The ATL” sparkling for the world to see, both for visitors and in high-definition on all manner of screens throughout the world.