Designed as a multi-function event facility, the Curry County Special Events Center is fully equipped to host rodeos, livestock sales, dog shows, concerts, circuses, trade shows, conventions, sporting events and a vast array of other private and public special events.

With approximately 96,000 square feet, the climate-controlled, indoor arena can fully extend the limits of your space and creativity. The venue includes spectator seating for approximately 3,300 people (including 294 premium seats) and availability of an additional 3,200 seats on the arena floor, this setting is ideal for your ultimate event.

The Center is a great entertainment event center, suitable for families and fans alike. Our goal is to provide the best facilities for your entertainment and use. We invite you to explore our site and contact us with any questions.

Hours of Operation:

  • Administrative offices are open Monday thru Friday, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm.
  • Regular box office hours vary depending on events scheduled.
  • Box Office will open one hour prior to an event, unless otherwise posted.


  • General building tours are available by appointment.


Tonight at the Curry County Events Center -- Nov 11. 12 slide bring 1 draw 2 $75 or draw all 3 then you can pick 3 more partners $25/m books open 6 close 6:30 rope 7nm


The T-Rex Planet Dinosaur Exhibit was a great success! Thank you to everyone who came to see the dinosaurs and to those who shared the information concerning the stolen dinosuar.

"Denny", as he has been named locally, has not been returned. If you see him or have any information concerning where he might be, please contact the Curry County Sheriff's Office at 575-769-2335 or the Curry County Events Center at 575-935-7000.



Kevin's dinosaur got loose! It's getting close to feeding time (and you do NOT want to pay his feed bill). Please, bring the dinosuar home! Whoever brings the dinosaur home will receive 10 free VIP package tickets.


This is a picture of the dinosaur that was taken from the Curry County Events Center. If you see it, please call the Curry County Sheriff's Office at 575-769-2335 or the Curry County Events Center at 575-935-7000. Thanks to Ashley Isbell for sharing her photo.