Philadelphia’s Wachovia Center opened in late August 1996, and it was built for $210 million. Home of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team, and the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, the facility holds more than 21,000 spectators for many events.

Like other major indoor arenas, the Wachovia Center has undergone several name changes. It is owned by Comcast Spectator L.P.

The Wachovia Center is part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, which also includes Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles football team; Citizens Bank Park, home of the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies baseball team; and the Wachovia Spectrum, an older facility that once housed the Flyers and 76ers.

In addition to sports, the facility has also hosted dozens of concerts by major recording artists, such as KISS, U2, Van Halen, Barry Manilow, Metallica, Simon and Garfunkel and Prince.

Philadelphia’s Wachovia Center opened in late August 1996, and it was built for $210 million. Home of the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team, and the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, the facility holds more than 21,000 spectators for many events.

Like other major indoor arenas, the Wachovia Center has undergone several name changes. It is owned by Comcast Spectator L.P.

The Wachovia Center is part of the South Philadelphia Sports Complex, which also includes Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles football team; Citizens Bank Park, home of the World Champion Philadelphia Phillies baseball team; and the Wachovia Spectrum, an older facility that once housed the Flyers and 76ers.

In addition to sports, the facility has also hosted dozens of concerts by major recording artists, such as KISS, U2, Van Halen, Barry Manilow, Metallica, Simon and Garfunkel and Prince.

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