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The Great Alaskan Bush Company

631 E. International Airport r, Anchorage, AK United States

907-561-2609

The Great Alaskan Bush Company is an Alaskan Tradition featuring First Class adult entertainment with exotic dancers from all over the world. [more]

The Raven

708 E. 4th Ave., Anchorage, AK United States

Neighborhood gay bar in downtown Anchorage. [more]

William a Egan Civic and Convention Center

555 West Fifth Avenue, Anchorage, AK United States

(907) 263-2800

William a Egan Civic and Convention Center Named after Alaska's first governor, the Egan Center is host to a multitude of meetings and events throughout the year, ranging from small, intimate local groups to large-scale, multiple-day conventions. Versatile enough for any meeting or convention, the Egan Center has 22 function rooms [more]

Denaina Center

600 West Seventh Avenue, Anchorage, AK United States

(907) 263-2850

Dena'ina Center The Dena'ina Civic and Convention Center is Anchorage's newest, state-of-the-art convention facility. When the doors opened in October 2008 Anchorage’s civic and convention capacity was increased by more than 300 percent. With views of the spectacularly beautiful Chugach mountain range, the convention center and its meeting [more]

George M Sullivan Sports Arena

1600 Gambell Street , Anchorage, AK United States

(907) 279-0618

The Sullivan Arena was opened in February 1983 and, since that time, has been a mainstay in the entertainment scene in Anchorage. The Sullivan Arena is designed to be a multi-use facility, complete with an Olympic-size ice rink, with an insulated floor covering for basketball, concerts, and trade shows.  Total square footage with all [more]

Soldotna sportc center

538 Arena Avenue, Anchorage, AK United States

907-262-3151

Soldotna sportc center The first permanent residents of Soldotna were World War II Veterans, given a 90-day preference over non-veterans in selecting and filing for homestead property in 1947. That same year, the Sterling Highway right-of-way was bulldozed from Cooper Landing to Kenai. Soldotna was selected as the site for the Sterling Highway [more]