Soar To The Top of The Sports World in Hershey Harrisburg
With dozens of sports tournaments successfully planned and executed each year, Hershey Harrisburg is quickly soaring to the top of the sports world
Hershey Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Hershey Harrisburg is the perfect place for sweet family fun. Harrisburg is the capital city with a small-town feel. And with excellent venues like GIANT Center SM and Hersheypark® Stadium, Hershey Harrisburg is the perfect place to host your next sporting event.
Looking for fun activities nearby? Hersheypark® is home to more than 70 rides and attractions including 15 roller coasters, and a waterpark. One of the region’s most visited attractions is Hershey’s Chocolate World, where you can create your own candy bar and take a simulated tour of the chocolate factory.
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Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center
Sports Covered: Archery, basketball, fencing, martial arts, volleyball, equestrian, wrestling, cheer
Each year, the multi-purpose Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center hosts a variety of exciting sports events, highlighted by the USJN Hershey Showcase and four Keystone Regional Volleyball Association events. The USJN Hershey Showcase is a four-day girls basketball event drawing more than 200 teams to compete on 20 courts, while the KRVA events each use up to 29 courts for both boys and girls tournaments.
GIANT Center SM
Sports Covered: Basketball, cheer, ice sports, wrestling
GIANT Center SM is the regular venue for the Hershey Bears® AHL hockey team. This state-of-the-art, 10,500-seat arena hosts ice shows, concerts, state high school championships (wrestling, competitive cheer and basketball), graduations, and more. The U.S. Figure Skating Eastern Sectional Synchronized Skating Championships have been held here on several occasions. Fans have enjoyed musical acts ranging from Carrie Underwood to Van Halen.
Sports Covered: Athletics
Hersheypark® Stadium is the most prominent outdoor stadium between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, hosting events such as the Big 33 Football Classic, state high school championships, band competitions and more. Opened in 1939, the stadium has a state-of-the-art synthetic turf system with spectator seating for 16,000.