Anderson High School Wigwam Arena

Anderson High School Wigwam Arena


Anderson, Indiana (IN), US
Built in 1961, Anderson High School had the second largest high school arena in the nation before the school board elected to close it down in 2011. Nicknamed "The Wigwam", it has a seating capacity of 8,996. As of 2013, the building remains standing, but unused.

This arena replaced another which burned down in 1958. The older arena was home to the NBA's Anderson Packers in 1949-50. The Wigwam was a part-time home of the ABA's Indiana Pacers before Indianapolis' Market Square Arena was built in 1974.

Over the years, the arena has hosted concerts, political rallies, minor league basketball games, and visits by the Harlem Globetrotters.
Built in 1961, Anderson High School had the second largest high school arena in the nation before the school board elected to close it down in 2011. Nicknamed "The Wigwam", it has a seating capacity of 8,996. As of 2013, the building remains standing, but unused.

This arena replaced another which burned down in 1958. The older arena was home to the NBA's Anderson Packers in 1949-50. The Wigwam was a part-time home of the ABA's Indiana Pacers before Indianapolis' Market Square Arena was built in 1974.

Over the years, the arena has hosted concerts, political rallies, minor league basketball games, and visits by the Harlem Globetrotters.
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By: milwhcky

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