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Club Seats On Sale At New Events Center

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Annual club seats for the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls are now on sale. This is the last priority seating option open to the public. This new Sioux Falls events center is scheduled to open in just a few months.

There are 500 club seats for the public to buy at the newly constructed events center. Darrin Smith is the Sioux Falls Director of Community Development. He says the public has a wide variety of options.

"There are opportunities in this building for everyone, even those who don’t have a suite, a loge box or won’t buy club seats. It’s why I stress, even with the club seats, it’s literally 500 seats out of 12-thousand in the building. It’s 500 out of 8-thousand seats in the lower bowl alone," Smith says.

Smith says the club seats are purchased with an annual fee and it works like a Private Seat License or PSL. He says a person buying the club seat would still need to purchase tickets to the event, but they’re given priority. Smith says those not purchasing a club seat should get an opportunity at some point, because not every Club Seat owner will go to every event.

"And when they choose to not buy season tickets or not go to the Summit League tournament, then other loyal fans can sit in these club seats without having to pay that annual use fee or seat license," Smith says.

Eric Church is scheduled to perform at the newly constructed venue on December 6, that concert sold out. The new events center is scheduled to open in September.

Nate Wek is currently the sports content producer and sports and rec beat reporter for South Dakota Public Broadcasting. He is a graduate of South Dakota State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Journalism Broadcasting and a minor in Leadership. From 2010-2013 Nate was the Director of Gameday Media for the Sioux Falls Storm (Indoor Football League) football team. He also spent 2012 and 2013 as the News and Sports Director of KSDJ Radio in Brookings, SD. Nate, his wife Sarah, and two kids Braxan and Jordy, live in Canton, SD.