Lexington Center Corporation

Lexington Center Corporation


Lexington Center Corporation
430 W. Vine St.
Lexington, KY 40507
United States

Rupp Arena is best known as the home court for the University of Kentucky men's basketball team, but the Center is also central Kentucky‚s premiere entertainment complex. Rupp Arena hosts both local and international caliber concerts and events throughout the year.

Lexington Center Corporation (LCC) is a not-for profit 501c4 corporate agency of the Lexington Fayette Urban County Government (LFUCG) created to manage and maintain the following facilities:

  • Rupp Arena - a 23,000 seat sports and entertainment center, home of University of Kentucky Men’s Basketball.
  • The Lexington Opera House - a 1,000 seat historic theatre, originally built in 1886 and renovated in 1976.
  • Lexington Convention Center - Nearly 130,000 square feet of elegant and versatile meeting, pre-function and exhibition space.
  • The Shops at Lexington Center - Three levels of unique, locally owned and operated boutiques, fine gift and specialty shops with a food court offering casual dining choices.
(859) 233-4567

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