Arena opens as the Centrum in Worcester with the legendary Frank Sinatra.
Neil Diamond’s February concerts were the first of his record-setting 21 performances at the DCU Center.
U2’s First Arena Show in US
The band, Boston’s 9 shows becomes facility record for Highest Attended Multi-Day Event (104,209)
Debut of Worcester IceCats (American Hockey League)
Worcester’s 6 Fire Fighter's Memorial Service
The City-owned Arena & Convention Center enters a naming rights agreement with DCU- Digital Federal Credit Union, officially changing the facility’s name from Worcester Centrum Centre to the DCU Center
Arena Seating Replacement Project Completed
SAVOR…Catering by SMG caters a record-breaking breakfast for 5,000 people (10,240 eggs, 14,000 slices of bacon and 300 gallons of coffee was prepared)
Arena celebrates 30 year anniversary while the Convention Center celebrates 15 year anniversary
31.5M Renovation Complete with record-breaking revenue for the month of October
President Barack Obama delivers Commencement Speech to Worcester Technical High School Graduating Class of 2014.
Worcester Wares Opens
Figs & Pigs Kitchen + Pantry Opens
Worcester Railers HC play inaugural game in front of sellout crowd
DCU Center announces the return of Arena Football with the Massachusetts Pirates
ASM Global was formed from the merger of AEG Facilities, the global innovator in live entertainment venues, and SMG—the gold standard in event management.
It became official on Friday, December 6th, that the main entrance of the DCU Center would be known as the Fallon Health Pavilion.
The DCU Center transforms into the UMASS Memorial Field Hospital in weight of the Coronovirus Pandemic. All events were cancelled until further notice, and the DCU Center served the community needs for a Field Hospital until April of 2021.