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Fort Bend Epicenter


Fort Bend Epicenter

The Fort Bend Epicenter is a 230,000-square-foot multipurpose arena in Texas that opened in August of 2023. The facility houses six basketball courts and 12 volleyball courts with a capacity of 10,000 seats. The epicenter features the latest and greatest technology, making it the perfect location to host community activities, conferences, trade shows, and black-tie events. There is also an outdoor pavilion that can be used for livestock shows, rodeos, and agricultural events.


Fort Bend Epicenter

The Fort Bend Epicenter is the newest premier multipurpose sports and entertainment arena in Fort Bend County, Texas. It is the center of the community, as well as a regional hub of activity, innovation, and economic development. At 230,000 square feet, the facility features six basketball courts, 12 volleyball courts, an outdoor pavilion suitable for livestock shows, and indoor event spaces for tournaments, concerts, conferences, graduations, and more. This Texas-sized venue is equipped for a range of activities cements the Fort Bend Epicenter’s position as the paramount regional destination for sports and events.

Fort Bend County and the surrounding areas offer a rich tapestry of experiences for visitors. For food enthusiasts, the local dining scene offers a range of options from authentic Tex-Mex cuisine to Southern comfort food. Nearby accommodations include a variety of hotels and inns to suit different budgets, providing easy access to the city’s attractions. Its proximity to Houston’s city center, being less than 30 minutes away, makes it a convenient spot for those wishing to explore the larger metropolitan area while enjoying the charm and hospitality of a smaller community.

Fort Bend Epicenter
Fort Bend Epicenter

Key Features

6 Basketball Courts

12 Volleyball Courts

10,000 Seat Arena

Indoor Event Spaces

Outdoor Pavilion

Meet the team

John Sparks

Vice President of Venue Management

Toby Wyman

General Manager


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Fort Bend County

Fort Bend County is a treasure trove of diverse attractions that include the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land, Eldridge Park, and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir. This assortment of attractions makes Fort Bend County an enticing destination to explore.

Boasting a plethora of parks, museums, festivals, and shopping destinations, Fort Bend County offers a vast array of activities, attractions, and events. Given its convenient proximity to the greater Houston area, visitors have boundless opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment. This includes Brazos Bend State Park, a haven for nature lovers sprawled across 4,897 acres of Brazos River bottomlands. The park is teeming with oak trees and lakes, providing a habitat for diverse wildlife, including whitetail deer, coyotes, waterfowl, and alligators. The park offers facilities such as screened shelters, a recreation hall, restrooms, showers, picnic areas, fishing spots, nature trails, and campgrounds.

The Fort Bend Museum is an award-winning institution that presents a fascinating narrative of the settlement of the Fort Bend County area by the “Old 300” who received Mexican land grants through Stephen F. Austin. The museum’s exhibits span over 100 years of local and Texas history. Alongside the museum and its exhibits, visitors can tour the 1840s Long-Smith Cottage, home of the Texas heroine Jane Long, and the 1883 John M. and Dottie L. Moore Home, a meticulously restored Reconstruction-era mansion that serves as a signature property for the museum.

Discover the unique offerings of Fort Bend County and immerse yourself in its rich history and vibrant culture.

Fort Bend Epicenter
Fort Bend Epicenter

28505 Southwest Fwy.
Rosenberg, TX 77471


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