| Huber Heights, Ohio|
2 May 2015
| City of Huber Heights|
19.3 million USD
| Stuart & Mimi Rose Music Center at The Heights|
Music and Event Management, Inc.
6800 Executive Blvd, Huber Heights, OH 45424, USA
Fraze Pavilion, Riverbend Music Center, PNC Pavilion, Nutter Center, Schuster Performing Arts Center
Rose Music Center Wikipedia
The Stuart & Mimi Rose Music Center at The Heights is a 4,200 seat fully covered outdoor amphitheatre located in Huber Heights, Ohio, adjacent to Interstate 70 just north of Dayton. Construction began on the facility in 2013 and was completed in time for the 2015 concert season. The Rose Music Center is owned by the city of Huber Heights and operated by Music and Event Management of Cincinnati.
The facility is part of The Heights, an 800-acre residential and retail development. The Huber Heights city council approved the project in March 2013, with an estimated budget of $18 million. The final stated cost of the project was $19.3 million. The facility received its name in January 2015, when the city council approved a lifetime naming rights agreement with the Stuart Rose Family Foundation. Rose is the CEO of Dayton-based REX American Resources, a producer of ethanol. The venue opened on May 2, 2015, with a concert by the Christian rock band Needtobreathe.