The Lexington Center Corporation (LCC) and the University of Kentucky have agreed in principle to a new 15-year lease at Rupp Arena. The new lease will begin at the expiration of the existing lease.
The Lexington Center Corporation (LCC) announced that it will seek proposals to qualify a developer(s) to develop a mixed-use project in the heart of downtown Lexington.
Lexington Center announced today that starting on April 16th, with the Christian rock concert OUTCRY, Lexington Center will begin utilizing walk through metal detectors at most events at Rupp Arena.
The Lexington Center Board has elected officers at its February 18, 2016 Board of Directors meeting
Upon hearing news that some financing was included in Gov. Matt Bevin’s proposed biennial budget, business leaders today expressed their appreciation to Gov. Bevin, the General Assembly, and all the agencies and organizations that lined up in support of the proposed Lexington Convention Center expansion and renovation.
The Board of Directors of the Lexington Center Corporation today unanimously voted in favor of pursuing an expansion and replacement of the Lexington Convention Center.
On the eve of the 40th anniversary year of the Lexington Center and Rupp Arena first opening in 1976, Gamechanger: The Lexington Center Story will air on KET networks during the month of December.
Mayor Jim Gray has made two new appointments to the Lexington Center Corporation Board of Directors.
Includes a new center-hung video, audio and scoreboard array, wireless internet for fans and patrons and major roof structure improvements so the arena can attract more concerts and major events, it was announced today by Bill Owen, Lexington Center CEO and President.