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301 A Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202
121 Financial Ballpark
The 121 Financial Ballpark, previously known as the Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, was built in 2003 by HOK Construction, and is one of the facilities included in the Jacksonville Sports Complex. The 112,000 Sq. Ft. field holds a capacity of 10,000, 12 luxury skyboxes, 4 sky decks and a tiki terrace. This facility is the home of the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baseball team and the North American Soccer League’s Jacksonville Armada FC. Previous events held at The Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville include the Florida vs. Florida State baseball game and the Atlantic Coast Conference baseball championship from 2005-2008.

Daily's Place 1 EverBank Field, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Daily's Place
Daily's Place is an amphitheater in Downtown Jacksonville, Florida. The venue is connected to the south end of TIAA Bank Field football stadium, and shares space with a "flex field" indoor practice facility for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

1 Everbank Field Dr, Jacksonville, FL 32202
EverBank Stadium
Constructed by Haskell, EverBank Stadium officially opened in 1995. It is the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, Florida-Georgia & TaxSlayer Bowl. Part of the Jacksonville Sports Complex, EverBank Stadium has a variety of amenities including 64,000 seats with the ability to increase capacity to 83,000+ seats, 89 suites, 20 cabanas, 2 swimming pools, and also the world’s largest video boards. EverBank Stadium also has 55,000 Sq. Ft. of LED, which is the most offered by any sports venue in the world. EverBank Stadium has previously hosted Super Bowl XXXIX, U.S. Men’s and Women’s National Soccer teams, World Cup Qualifiers, Monster Jam, Navy vs Notre Dame football game, and a variety of concerts including the likes of Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney and Florida Country Superfest.

128 E Forsyth St, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Florida Theatre
From ballet and opera to contemporary pop, rock, jazz, country and blues, the Florida Theatre offers over 200 cultural and entertainment events annually for every taste and age.

300 Water St, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts
The Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts was built in 1997 by the Centex Rooney Construction Company. It has 20,000 square feet of lobby/reception space. The JCPA accommodates such events as Broadway shows, orchestras, corporate general sessions, receptions dinners, and community recitals. The Times Union has three separate theaters: the Jim & Jan Moran Theatre, Jacoby Symphony Hall, and Terry Theatre. Recent Broadway musicals held at JCPA include Wicked and Cats. Previous performances at JCPA have featured a variety of headlining artists such as Bruce Springsteen, Kelly Clarkson, Rodney Atkins, Jason Mraz and Sheryl Crow. 

13611 Normandy Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32221
Jacksonville Equestrian Center
Welcome to the Jacksonville Equestrian Center! eighty acres of horse paradise in Jacksonville, Florida- complete with giant indoor arena, outdoor show rings, and over 400 stalls- is ready to welcome all riding levels and disciplines for prime events and horse shows every fall.

300 A. Philip Randolph Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Veterans Memorial Arena
This is a great addition to Jacksonville's entertainment industry and is one of the top arenas of its kind. Opened in 2004, the arena has a seating capacity of 15,000 and is designed to have top-of-the-line acoustics for concerts as well as serving as a multi-functional entertainment venue.