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First Interstate Arena (MetraPark Arena)

308 6th Avenue North
Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana, 59101

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MetraPark Arena, currently known as First Interstate Arena due to sponsorship, and colloquially known as The Metra, is a multi-purpose arena located at MetraPark, the fairgrounds of Billings, Montana.
The arena has capacity for an audience of 12,000. It is owned by Yellowstone County.

The arena was completed in 1975 and named the METRA, an acronym that stood for Montana Entertainment Trade and Recreation Arena. It was built at the Midland Empire Fairgrounds, which later was renamed MetraPark, at which time the arena became MetraPark Arena. The naming rights were sold to Billings-based Rimrock Auto Group in 2007 and the arena went by the name Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.

In 2010–2011 the arena was remodeled, resulting in many new amenities such as improved acoustics, more restrooms and concession areas, and easier access from the parking areas.

On June 3, 2019, First Interstate Bank announced a 5-year US$875,000 naming rights deal for the arena. The new name of the facility would be First Interstate Arena at MetraPark.

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