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Cedar Park Event Center -- Fast Facts

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Cedar Park Event Center -- Fast Facts

Future home of the Texas Stars Hockey Club, which will serve as the primary development affiliate of the NHL’s Dallas Stars.

Multi-use facility: concerts, basketball, tennis, indoor soccer, rodeos, trade shows, figure skating competitions, conventions, banquets, dances, graduations, pageants, celebrations and seminars.

Building will be 181,640 square feet, with 6,800 seats for hockey and 8,700 seats for concerts.

There will be 24 suites (including 4 party suites), and 545 club seats with a private club lounge.

Event Center site is on 31 acres that will include 2,700 parking spaces.

A retail site of 17 acres is adjacent for mixed-use development that will include 91,000 square feet for retail and 91,000 square feet for commercial. Developer: Hicks Cedar Park, LLC.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the Cedar Park Event Center open?

The Cedar Park Event Center is scheduled to open in the fall of 2009.

Where is the Cedar Park Event Center going to be located?

The Cedar Park Event Center will be located at the intersection of New Hope and 183A on the North side of Cedar Park.

When do the Texas Stars begin play?

The plan is for the Texas Stars to begin play in the American Hockey League for the 2009-10 season. The hockey season typically begins in October.

How many games are in a season?

American Hockey League teams will play 40 games at home and 40 games on the road for the 2008-09 season.

What Level of Hockey is the AHL?

The American Hockey League is the primary development league for the National Hockey League. Most of the players in the AHL are draft picks and prospects of NHL teams working towards the goal of playing at the NHL level. Current Dallas Stars players who played in the AHL include Mike Ribeiro, Trevor Daley, Nicklas Grossman, Steve Ott, Toby Petersen, Joel Lundqvist, Loui Eriksson, Krystopher Barch, Stu Barnes, Mark Fistric, Matt Niskanen, Mattias Norstrom, Stephane Robidas, and Sergei Zubov, among others.

The Dallas Stars Hockey Operations Department will oversee the player personnel who will play for the Texas Stars, as well as hire the coaches and hockey staff.

How do I get ticket information for the Texas Stars?

Fans can CLICK HERE to fill out a registration form and a sales representative will get in touch with you soon, or fans can call 214-GO-STARS to speak with a sales representative immediately. The team is taking $100 deposits now on season tickets for the Texas Stars. CLICK HERE for more information on Texas Stars Season Ticket Packages.

What does a $100 deposit towards season tickets get me?

Fans who put down a deposit will the first in line to order any season ticket plan (and pick your seats) when that process starts (time TBA). Ticket plans will range from Full Season Plans to Five and Ten-Game Plans.

How much will tickets cost to see the Texas Stars?

The Texas Stars will be a family-oriented team with tickets that are affordable, starting as low as $9 a seat. Specific ticket prices will be released at a later date.

Are there any employment opportunities with the Event Center or the Texas Stars?

The Cedar Park Events Center and the Texas Stars will be looking for quality people to fill a number of different jobs for the building and hockey club.

Click here  to read about current opportunities available and to apply on-line.

Read the Press Release on the future Cedar Park Event Center.
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