Pioneer Hall

Pioneering winter sports

Built in 1976, this hall boasts 48,000 square feet of exhibit space. During the winter months, the hall is divided into two rooms. North Pioneer Hall is home to the Duluth Curling Club who has hosted two World Championships, the U.S. Olympic Trials and numerous national events.

South Pioneer Hall is used year round for expo space, catered events, concerts and roller derby. The space is also used from November through January for soccer, lacrosse and other fitness activities by adding indoor turf to the floor. Teams and groups rent “Pioneer Park” to host their practices and games.


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