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Sports Event Funding (SEF) Program Press Release

The SEA and its Sports Commission have announced that they will award a total of $775,500 to fourteen (14) organizations through their Sports Event Funding (“SEF”) Program.

 



The SEA will receive sealed bids for Exhibit Hall/Service Corridor Lighting Upgrades for the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. 

Please visit the "Request for Bids" page for more information. 



SEA, Stadium Authority, and Sports Commission board meetings will be held remotely via Zoom, except as noted below. Procedures for public participation can be found by clicking the hyperlink



The Sports & Exhibition Authority develops first class sports, entertainment, recreational, and convention venues to benefit Pittsburgh's economy and improve quality of life.
Convention Center
Acrisure Stadium
PNC Park
Lower Hill
PPG Paints Arena
Riverfront Park
Gold 1 Garage
North Shore Garage
General Robinson Street Garage
The Sports & Exhibition Authority (SEA) is governed by a seven member Board of Directors appointed by both the County of Allegheny and the City of Pittsburgh. The SEA's existence is pursuant to the Sports and Exhibition Authority Act (16 P.S. Section 5502-A et seq.).

The Stadium Authority is a sister agency to the SEA. It is governed by a five member Board of Directors appointed by the City of Pittsburgh and also exists pursuant to the Sports and Exhibition Authority Act (16 P.S. Section 5502-A et seq.).

This website includes information about the Authorities' history, operations, and current role in regional economic development.

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