Hank Williams Jr. show at FireLake Arena breaks records

Outlaw country artist Hank Williams Jr. visited Citizen Potawatomi Nation July 19, 2019, bringing thousands of fans to FireLake Arena. His performance marks the largest event ever hosted at the facility.

Fowler seeks to grow FireLake Arena’s allure as an entertainment destination

Since opening in 2014, Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s largest entertainment venue, FireLake Arena, has hosted a wide array of trade shows, school events and concerts, including ZZ Top, Brett Eldredge and Lee Brice. Helping further develop the arena’s event and concert roster in recent months is FireLake Arena event manager and talent buyer Jason Fowler. Fowler Read More »

FireLake-PBA Tournament of Champions finishes up on Super Bowl Sunday

After hosting two successful Summer Swing events, the Professional Bowlers Association is once again headed to the Citizen Potawatomi Nation. On Feb. 7, Super Bowl Sunday, ESPN will broadcast the finals of the FireLake-PBA Tournament of Champions live from FireLake Arena. “FireLake is without question one of the PBA’s best hosts,” said PBA Commissioner Tom Read More »

2016 looks to be a banner year for Citizen Potawatomi Nation

After a slower pace of construction in 2015, the new year looks to be as bright as ever at Citizen Potawatomi Nation as projects large and small are set to be complete. At FireLake Golf Course, the rehab of the back nine holes begins in January. Much of the infrastructure at FireLake – including irrigation, Read More »

Potawatomi reputation grows as FireLake Arena hosts ITEMC Summit

Tribal emergency management teams from across Oklahoma made their way to FireLake Arena in early June for the eighth annual Inter-Tribal Emergency Management Coalition Summit. Founded in 2004, ITEMC is a collaboration of emergency management professionals from 22 Oklahoma tribes who address local, state and national hazard preparedness. In addition to tribal emergency management personnel, Read More »

Looking back at 2013

Bozho Nikan, I hope that each of you had a joyous Christmas and New Year and that you took the time to connect with your families and share in our Potawatomi traditions. As we begin 2014 we can reflect on the joys and sorrows on the previous year. Although I have always enjoyed serving as Read More »