Tri-Cities Premier EVENT FACILITY

Meeting Rooms and Event Center

The Three Rivers Convention Center is the newest event facility in central and eastern Washington. This stunning facility offers an expansive 75,000 square feet of space with free parking for up to 1,500 vehicles. A sleek, modern design and pleasing color palette invoke the natural beauty of the region along with common-sense functionality and the latest in high-tech connectivity.

Meeting planners and convention delegates will be enamored with the sparkling 14,000 square-foot-foyer that is perfect for social activities, receptions, meeting registrations, and exhibits. A welcoming patio area allows attendees to experience the wonderful climate the locals rave about while enjoying one of our famous regional wines or a latte. Our outstanding food & beverages, state-of-the-art multimedia, and world-class customer service round out your experience.

  • 21,600-Square-Foot Great Hall

  • Nine Breakout Rooms, Extended Patio, Internet Café

  • Access to Toyota Center Marquee, Digital Signage, and Website Marketing

  • High-Tech LED Programmable Lighting in the Great Hall (Can Include Colors!)

  • Wi-Fi Throughout the Facility

  • Full Digital Sound Available in Each Room

History and Impact

The Three Rivers Convention Center gets its name from the Snake River, Yakima River, and Columbia River, all of which intersect in the general area of the Tri-Cities. It opened in 2004 and underwent renovations in 2017 and 2018 to install new carpet and programmable lighting in the Great Hall and digital sound throughout the facility. 

The center was developed with the primary objective of booking events and activities that generate significant economic benefits. A secondary objective was to serve as a center for entertainment, events that promote commerce, and activities that generally enhance the quality of life of the community.

As of 2017, more than 600,000 people have attended events at the Three Rivers Convention Center, spending more than $34 million, which had an economic impact of almost $43 million.