Oceanside’s FrontWave Arena Picks Level 10 to Complete Construction for 2024 Opening
Source: Times of San Diego
Frontwave Arena, a new multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue in North San Diego County, has selected Level 10 Construction to complete the construction of its 170,000-square-foot building with a capacity for 7,500 fans.
The arena is located adjacent to the SoCal Sports Complex in Oceanside’s El Corazon district. The arena has been planned as an intimate bowl design to bring fans closer to the action. Opening is scheduled for the summer of 2024.
Level 10 Construction is a California-based general contractor that recently completed the University of San Diego’s NCAA golf training facility designed by Phil Mickelson.
“We are excited to partner with Frontwave Arena for the construction of this venue project in Oceanside that will serve as the center for sports, entertainment, and community events in North San Diego County,” said Mike Conroy, Level 10’s vice president of operations in San Diego.
Frontwave Arena will be a showcase for indoor sports, music of all genres, headline comedy, family shows and community events. In addition to the 16-time pro indoor soccer champion San Diego Sockers, the venue will host a growing roster of sports teams, league tournaments, combat sports, and special athletic events.
The arena will have 16 luxury suites, eight bars, three VIP viewing decks, two exclusive lounges and an open-air patio. The concourse level will offer a variety of craft food and beverage options.
“As we head into the final stages of construction, we look forward to setting the new standard for sports and entertainment in North County,” said Frontwave Arena CEO Phil Salvagio.
The arena’s naming rights agreement is a 10-year partnership with Frontwave Credit Union, member-owned not-for-profit financial institution founded in Oceanside as Camp Pendleton Federal Credit Union.
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