W.O.W. Hall

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W.O.W. Hall
WOWHallEugeneOregonFrontElevations.JPG
Address291 W. 8th Ave.
LocationEugene, Oregon
OwnerCommunity Center for the Performing Arts
Capacity600
Opened1932
Website
www.wowhall.org
Woodmen of the World Hall
W.O.W. Hall is located in Eugene OR
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W.O.W. Hall is located in Oregon
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Coordinates44°3′4.24″N 123°5′49.59″W / 44.0511778°N 123.0971083°W / 44.0511778; -123.0971083Coordinates: 44°3′4.24″N 123°5′49.59″W / 44.0511778°N 123.0971083°W / 44.0511778; -123.0971083
ArchitectJohn Hunzicker, W. B. Baker
Architectural styleModern movement, Art Deco
NRHP reference No.96000618[1]
Added to NRHPJune 3, 1996

The W.O.W. Hall (a.k.a. Community Center for the Performing Arts) is a performing arts venue in Eugene, Oregon, United States.

It was formerly a Woodmen of the World (W.O.W.) lodge.

The W.O.W. Hall was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1996.[2]

A September 17, 1982, performance by Los Angeles-based hardcore punk band FEAR was the source of the bootleg recording Live @ WOW Hall, Eugene OR, 9/17/82.

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