The Jaguars’ home stadium has undergone significant changes and upgrades in its 22-year history. But as many new buildings and designs have come on line around the NFL, Jacksonville is still able to boast one of the most fan-friendly and technologically-advanced stadiums in the league.
The Cool Zone is currently undergoing construction: Shaded outdoor space puts your event in the middle of all the action!
The Cool Zone lives just between the general bowl of EverBank Field and the all new Daily’s Place amphitheater. Newly renovated in 2017, this covered, outdoor area has built in concessions and video technology. It set’s up perfectly for a picnic, corporate gathering, family reunion and many other events.
The team at Bold Events is your one-stop concierge service for planning your world-class event at TIAA Bank Field. Whether you’re looking to plan a corporate event, social affair, trade show or community festival, our creative and knowledgeable staff are prepared to assist from start to finish. Let us help you take your idea from vision to reality, using one of a diverse selection of available event spaces.
Booking Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Ritz is truly a special place where history’s missing chapters are being restored, where talent is nurtured, and creativity is celebrated. Whether visiting the museum, attending a concert, viewing a film or listening to a lecture, the Ritz has a unique energy that leaves you with a special feeling.
The Ritz will remain open while undergoing upgrades, including upgrades to building systems & security improvements.
The Ritz Theatre and Museum features an intimate 400-seat theatre with a state-of-the-art sound system, lighting and a performance stage (30’ x 40’). The lobby of the Ritz Theatre is a favorite location for many Jacksonville private events, such as weddings, anniversaries and business meetings. It can comfortably host up to 150 people for a banquet-style event or up to 500 for a cocktail hour. New dance floors for the ultimate dance party! Many community events are hosted at this popular downtown Jacksonville venue throughout the year.
Theatre – 400 seated
Lobby – 150 seated, 500 standing
The Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center, a unique venue that offers unconventional beauty in a setting of grand historic architecture with abundant logistical advantages and first class service.
The Prime Osborn Center will remain open while undergoing upgrade including interior finishes, building systems & security improvements.
The Center is operated for the City of Jacksonville by SMG, the nation’s foremost private manager of public assembly facilities.
A LITTLE HISTORY… Where trains once ran on time, events now run like clockwork; and conventions, glittering shows and Grand Galas have replaced the bustle of a great railroad terminal. Opening in 1919, the Jacksonville Union Terminal was the rail Gateway to Florida; and during six decades of service was among the busiest in the country, with up to ten million passengers in a single year! Now, its beauty restored, its history preserved in the National Register of Historic Places, and centerpiece of a modern convention facility, “The Prime” is once again the pride of North Florida.
Booking Contact: www.jaxevents.com/p/book
The Museum of Science & History is a museum in Jacksonville, Florida. It is a private, non-profit institution located on the Southbank Riverwalk, and the city’s most visited museum. It specializes in science and local history exhibits. After seeing the excitement at the museum make sure to come and check out our great educational merchandise. You will be able to find science kits, minerals, plush animals, books, t-shirts, and much more!
The Museum of Science & History is seeking $80 million in public, private and community funding to renovate and expand its 50-year-old campus on Jacksonville’s Southbank. MOSH said the project will expand square footage from 77,000 square feet to 120,000 square feet, reorient the entry toward the St. Johns River and enhance the range and capacities for exhibits, installations, programming, educational alignment and immersive experiences with the latest technology. MOSH said the improvements will include a café on the park; a rooftop conference center and event space; and “Maker Spaces” and innovation labs. The exhibition areas will increase by 200 percent and will showcase Northeast Florida’s cultural, natural and innovation ecosystems, it said. Interactive displays, such as the River Table and simulated aquifer system, will provide guests with experiential learning opportunities. The Bryan-Gooding Planetarium also will also be renovated.
The Museum of Science & History offers a dynamic backdrop for your next event. Imagine introducing your new business plan on the planetarium’s 60-foot dome or ringing in the New Year on the MOSH rooftop as fireworks* light up the skyline. The possibilities are endless!