The BIG DOME’s Extreme Transformation

The Big Dome is deep into its EXTREME TRANSFORMATION. Not only will its customers enjoy the prestige of watching their favorite sporting event and artists in a venue with such a storied history, it will also do so with extreme viewer pleasure. Michael Noah, Chief Operating Officer of the Smart Araneta Coliseum says, “The Extreme Transformation of the Big Dome begins with the majestic atrium and new interiors of the Green Lobby. One can now enter the Upper Box section directly from the Atrium and from the new Parking Building.”

Other state-of-the-art features will include improved kiosks for retail, scanners and turnstiles for quicker and more efficient audience entry. History in sports and entertainment embraces the onlooker as he walks along the Museum Wall at the concourse. LED signages will be situated throughout, climate-controlled space and video systems. There will be new flooring, ceilings, lighting and seats for viewer comfort. There will also be more rest rooms with newer features. Adding to these perks are the conveniences of parking plus access points to the shopping and dining options in and outside the Coliseum.

Noah said that the Big Dome also boasts of ideal sightlines and a classic coliseum seating arrangement that meets international standards. “Unlike other venues, our stadium seating is just right. Audiences, especially kids who get overly excited during ball games, cheer dance competitions, and kiddie shows need not worry about falling over themselves in steeply-inclined seats,” Noah emphasizes.

Over at the back-of-house, promoters, artists and athletes will love the new locker rooms. The media will also have its designated press room equipped with all the technological tools to transmit their stories in real time.

With a transformation as extreme as that, there is no doubt that just like the Madison Square Garden, the Big Dome will continue to be the cultural icon of the country.

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