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Tigua Tribe prepares for debut of $3M entertainment center
Posted: Monday, April 2, 2012
of Texas is spending $3 million to convert its Olympic-sized swimming pool into an entertainment facility for concerts, sports events and other activities.
The Socorro Entertainment Center will open later this month. The tribe anticipates a crowd of 10,000 on April 27 for a free concert by Godsmack.
"It's going to be state-of-the art," Scott Brown, the production manager at the tribe's
Speaking Rock Entertainment Center
, told The El Paso Times. "Nothing will touch it between here and Phoenix. It's going to be right up there with Vegas."
The tribe is generating 100 full-time jobs.
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Tiguas have high hopes for $3M Socorro Entertainment Center
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