Why is the Cow Palace called the Cow Palace?

Asked By: Dabo Tormahlen | Last Updated: 28th May, 2020
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There was a time when the Cow Palace, a cavernous exposition hall built near San Francisco's old beef slaughterhouses, was a revolving door for the country's most famous personalities. The Cow Palace was named for bovines because it was built in the 1940s to hold events such as the Grand National Rodeo.

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Just so, who owns the Cow Palace?

Cow Palace

Public transit Sunnydale
Owner California Department of Food and Agriculture, 1-A District Agricultural Association
Operator California Department of Food and Agriculture, 1-A District Agricultural Association
Capacity Basketball: 12,953 Ice hockey: 11,089 Concerts: 16,500
Tenants

Beside above, how many people does the Cow Palace hold? 16,500

Similarly one may ask, how old is the Cow Palace?

79 c. 1941

When did the Beatles play at the Cow Palace?

1965

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The Who at Cow Palace November 20, 1973
The Who played at Cow Palace on November 20, 1973.