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Tribute Communities Centre, Oshawa

(4.2/5 based on 160 reviews on the web)
Owned by the City of Oshawa, and managed by Spectra by Comcast Spectacor, the Tribute Communities Centre opened in 2006 with a project cost of $45 million and was initially known as the General Motors Centre. As Durham Region’s premier Sports and Entertainment Facility, the Tribute Communities Centre provides a first-class home to the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League, the Arena Lacrosse League and the Oshawa Sports Hall of Fame.

Since opening, the General Motors Centre has hosted major concerts and special events including Elton John, Cirque du Soleil, 2011 BDO Canadian Open, IIHF World Junior Pre-Competition, Alan Jackson, Hedley, Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships, Selena Gomez and The Wiggles; just to name a few!
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  • saw Tom Cochrane perform here - well done. Much less expensive than other venues - we were up front and got right up to the stage - no issues. A very down home country feel....perfect for Tom. The cen...  more »
  • Have seen many shows here, formally GM Centre. Not a bad seat in the place! Lots of parking. Prospects Bar and Grill great service, great food.  more »
  • Staff is friendly and helpful. Arena is modern and seating provided good viewing from all angles. Sound is great. Lighting is great. Between period shows entertaining. Take in a game of our favorite s...  more »
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  • I spend a lot of time here with my wife. We enjoy Oshawa Generals hockey games, and we have been to a few concerts also. Always a great experience.
  • It's great but the announcer just changed... I miss the official voice of the generals :(
  • It'll be renamed to the "Tribute Communities Centre" in November... But it's a great place. It hosts good concerts, has a lot of seating, and is right near the downtown core of Oshawa.
  • Small town feel to it. There was absolutely no free parking around to quickly go in and buy tickets for an upcoming event. Staff were friendly. Can't wait to go see CrossFit :)
  • Great place to take in a hockey game or a local concert. Concession prices a little on the pricey side