The mission of the Civic Events Division is to provide clean, comfortable facilities along with exceptional support to events in City venues.
Advertising in City facilities
Citywise Marketing, a local advertising agency, sells advertising opportunities in City facilities, including Foster Communications Coliseum, Convention Center, RiverStage, Airport, recreation centers and the Texas Bank Sports Complex. For more information, contact Citywise at 325-223-5928 or at email@example.com.
Naming rights policy
The City Council adopted an updated naming rights policy on June 1, 2010. Naming rights to City facilities are marketed by Citywise Marketing, a local advertising agency that also sells advertising in City venues on the City of San Angelo's behalf. For more information about naming rights, please contact Citywise at 325-223-5928 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Only City-approved caterers may cater events at City facilities. Becoming a City-approved caterer involves completing an application and turning it in to the Civic Events Division at the McNease Convention Center, 501 Rio Concho Drive. Please call 325-653-9577 with questions.
All Caterers must pay the City 10% of the gross catering bill. Caterers often pass this cost to their customers. All rentals for dishes, table linens & linen napkins are paid to the City not the Caterer.
Sample insurance certificate
All events in City venues must provide insurance. Those who rent facilities are welcome to provide certificates of insurance through their own carriers. The language of any certificate that is provided must match the language of this sample certificate. Visit www.onebeaconentertainment.com to get a free quote for insurance. The Risk Management office is no longer ordering or purchasing event insurance for any rental venue, the client is now responsible for doing this on their own. For this and further questions, please call the city's Risk Management office at 325-657-4359.
Indoor public art display application and agreement
City Auditorium (Murphey Performance Hall)Categories:
- Civic Events Venues
City Auditorium opened in February or 1929. The ornate space within City Hall, 72 W. College Ave., has hosted an amazing array of talents since 1928, including a young Elvis Presley, President Bill Clinton, humorist Will Rogers, bluegrass sensation Alison Krauss and comedian George Lopez. It is also the home to the San Angelo Symphony and San Angelo Civic Ballet's annual performances of "The Nutcracker."
The City Auditorium is managed by the San Angelo Performing Arts Coalition (SAPAC). See their link below for events and bookings.