Bring Your Meeting to Brookings!

Bring Your Meeting to Brookings!

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Brookings welcomes any event, from small receptions to large conventions. With seven different venue locations, find the perfect place to accommodate your needs right at home.

Dacotah Bank Center

Dacotah Bank Center offers a large arena ideal for conventions and shows or conference rooms for business meetings and banquets.
– 30,000 square-foot arena
– Banquet and conference rooms
– In-house catering

Wilbert Square Event Center

Wilbert Square Event Center is an elegant venue for any reception or conference. Arrange a convenient stay with the connected Comfort Suites University.
– 10,800 square-foot ballroom
– Breakout rooms and pre-function space
– In-house catering

Brookings Inn Convention Center

Attached to the Brookings Inn and La Cantina, Brookings Inn Convention Center is the total package for an overnight conference or wedding reception.
– 5,400 square-foot hall
– Breakout rooms
– Adjoining restaurant

McCrory Gardens

McCrory Gardens welcomes seminars, receptions, banquets and meetings in need of an exceptional view. Use the outdoor Straw Bale House or Display Garden for a scenic setting.
– Indoor and outdoor spaces
– 2,800 square-foot hall
– SDSU (Sodexo) catering

Club 71 at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium

Host your business banquet or networking event at Club 71. Seamlessly transition from gavel drop to social hour with the lounge and corridor.
– 12,000 square-foot hall
– Meeting rooms and lounge
– SDSU (Sodexo) catering

Old Sanctuary

The lofty ceilings and warm environment of Old Sanctuary are perfect for celebrations and galas.
– 3,870 square-foot auditorium
– External deck
– Nonprofit discounts

Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center

With multiple classrooms and theaters to choose from, The Oscar provides a unique setting for conferences and meetings.
– Four theaters able to seat 180 to 1000 guests
– Multiple classrooms and lobbies
– SDSU (Sodexo) catering

To learn more about each Brookings venue, visit View the Meeting and Event Planning Guide here.

*This story has been written in collaboration with South Dakota State University‘s Public Relations class for our 2024 Visitor Guide. Read the guide here.*

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