Green Bay, Wisconsin


Far from your typical small Midwestern city, Green Bay has the spunk and the progressive nature that keeps groups coming back year after year. Development is spawning throughout the city as new venues keep adding variety for planners. With an airport that connects to major hubs just 10 minutes to the KI Convention Center in downtown Green Bay, access via air or highway is easy for attendees. Explore our new spaces and book a meeting in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Top 5 reasons to book your event in Green Bay, Wisconsin

1. The KI Convention Center has 80,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Its expansion was completed in August of 2015 and includes beautiful event space overlooking the Fox River, a grand ballroom, the latest in technology and interactive way-finding boards.

2. The four-diamond LODGE KOHLER is now under construction and will provide across-the-street accommodations for convention attendees at Lambeau Field with 134 guest rooms and 10 suites. Look for a panoramic bar and restaurant with an unparalleled view of Lambeau Field, indoor pool, an enhanced fitness facility and full-service spa. It is an anchor tenant inside the Green Bay Packers 34-acre Titletown District with opening scheduled for July 2017.

3. Coming in August 2017, the dual-purpose Johnsonville Tailgate Village will be built to reflect the façade of the amazing Lambeau Field. While the space will be active on Packers home weekends for football fans, the 13,000-square foot event space will be a great addition for private events accommodating up to 500 people. The Village is located on the east side of Lambeau Field (not the Titletown District).

4. The Automobile Gallery is an exciting new gallery and event venue that brings history and automobile culture to life. On any given day, there are at least 50 automobiles on display, each with their own story spanning over a century of car history. The second-story board room with state-of-the-art technology overlooks the gallery floor for magnificent meeting views. This is the perfect spot for a few hundred guests to mingle with cocktails and enjoy the scenery. It is in downtown Green Bay, just minutes from the KI Convention Center.

5. A new addition to the historic Meyer Theatre, Backstage at the Meyer is connected to the current theatre on its north side, and serves as event and meeting space as well as a performance venue for 250-400 people. The venue is within walking distance of the KI Convention Center.

Whether you’re looking for an expansive site to suit hundreds or a more intimate space to host just a few, Green Bay, Wisconsin is the place for you.

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