The Rogers K-Rock Centre is a modern event facility that can host concerts up to a capacity of 6,700 along with conferences, trade shows and gala dinners for up to 1000 on our arena floor. The arena is the home of the Kingston Frontenacs ice hockey team of the Ontario Hockey League.
The Kingston Frontenacs played their first game at their new home on February 22, 2008. Don Cherry dropped the puck for the ceremonial face off prior to the game.
Since opening, Rogers K-Rock Centre has hosted hundreds of sporting events, concerts, special events, and community activities. World renowned artists, athletes, and performers have come to Kingston through this facility.