LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) AEG Facilities has been selected to operate the Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex, which is set to open in Kentucky in 2021. The sports and learning facility will be located on
LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) AEG Facilities has been selected to operate the Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Complex, which is set to open in Kentucky in 2021.
The sports and learning facility will be located on 24 acres and will be anchored by a 4,000-seat indoor track and field facility currently under construction. The complex will host track clubs, school meets, NCAA and USA Track and Field Championships as well as various entertainment events.
AEG will be responsible for all aspects of the facility’s operations starting with directing all pre-opening functions including the hiring and training of the venue’s staff and managing the opening activities. It will also be responsible for event operations, sponsorship and premium seating sales, booking, security, ticketing, guest services, finance, human resources and overall event management.
“AEG has a proven track record of managing world class venues across the globe and right here in Louisville,” said Sadiqa Reynolds, President & CEO, Louisville Urban League. “We appreciate that the team at AEG recognizes both the economic and social opportunities associated with this transformative project and we look forward to working together to bring high quality events to the region.”
“We are thrilled to support the Louisville Urban League with what will soon be a new world class attraction in Louisville’s west end. It truly is exciting for us to welcome this inspirational project to the global AEG network, and we are excited to further strengthen our commitment to the Louisville community,” said Bob Newman, President of AEG Facilities. “The new Louisville Urban League Sports and Learning Center holds great potential for success, will be a tremendous asset for the west end and further strengthens the greater Louisville sports and entertainment scene.”