Located in the heart of Providence, the Amica Mutual Pavilion is New England’s premier multi-use entertainment arena.


Home to the AHL Providence Bruins and the Big East Providence College Men’s Basketball team, the AMP PVD hosts a wide variety of sporting events, concerts, family shows, trade shows and more. The arena floor can be set up to accommodate center stage shows, table seating, ice, dirt, basketball, and event trade show booths.

The Amica Mutual Pavilion was built in 1971 and was then known as the Providence Civic Center and had its official ribbon cutting on January 17, 1973. Entertainers such as, Elvis Presley, Elton John, Cher and Aerosmith have performed to sell-out crowds at the arena. In September of 2008, following a multi-million dollar renovation, the Amica Mutual Pavilion re-opened boosting new seats, a state of the art video scoreboard, facility and concession upgrades, luxury suites, a redesigned concourse and expanded lobby, and a sky-bridge to the Rhode Island Convention Center.

The 14,000-seat Amica Mutual Pavilion offers 31,000 square feet of arena space with a ceiling height of 86 feet, a 25,000-square-foot concourse, a 9,000-square-foot lobby, 20 luxury suites, and five additional meeting/hospitality rooms. There are 5,500 hotel rooms in the Greater Providence area—1,800 located within walking distance of the AMP.

The AMP PVD is part of the Rhode Island Convention & Entertainment Complex, which also includes the Rhode Island Convention Center (RICC) and Veterans Memorial Auditorium (The VETS) owned by the Rhode Island Convention Center Authority. 


Amplifying live event experiences for over 50 years.