Production Info

Scoreboard

During the summer of 2007, a state-of-the-art retractable center-hung scoreboard and sound system were installed featuring four high definition video boards and four additional video boards available when the scoreboard is fully raised. The system is capable of displaying electronic messages, still and motion graphics, three. High Definition live cameras and interfacing most statistical programs. The internal television system and video control room feeds runs through the SoonerVision High Definition production studio inside The Gaylord-Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. The facility’s video system is able to send or receive a satellite feed and is connected to the on-campus fiber optic circuits for inbound or outbound transmission.

Staging

A brand new house stage of the Lloyd Noble Center measures 40 feet by 60 feet by 40 inches. The area of the stage can range from 48 square feet to 2,400 square feet. It is made up of 8 by 4 feet sections that can be arranged in many different configurations to customize each performance.

Catering/Media Room

At approximately 850 square feet, the Catering Room allows for easy access to the loading dock, locker rooms, elevator, arena ramp, arena floor, and media work room. All catering needs go through University Catering. Please contact the OU catering office at 405-325-2121 or visit their website www.union.ou.edu for additional information.

Locker Rooms

The Lloyd Noble Center features six separate locker rooms. Each locker room is approximately 700 square feet, spacious enough to accommodate various furniture arrangements. All of the locker rooms feature spacious restrooms and shower facilities. All of the locker rooms allow for easy access to the arena floor. 

Media Work Room

The Media Work Room is approximately 1,140 square feet and is equipped with both a men’s and women’s restroom. The work room can function as one large work room, or it can be divided into two separate areas. Features include Ethernet ports, phone lines, and electrical outlets. Built-in work station tables are located along the perimeter of the room creating a perfect media relations working environment or production office. Four flat screen televisions are stationed next to each other on one side of the media work room, which allows viewers the ability to watch four different television stations at once, while another is located on the opposite side of the work room. The media work room allows for easy access to the arena floor or the elevator.The Lloyd Noble Center is equipped with wireless internet throughout the arena.

Lighting

The concourse lighting at the Lloyd Noble Center is all fluorescent fixtures. These lights are controlled separately and can be on without interfering with an event. The floor lighting is made up of quartz and metal halides that provide excellent coverage for television and other media. The seating area has quartz lights and is automated on a dimmer system, so the lighting level can be adjusted based on event needs. The Lloyd Noble Center has four Super Trooper Long Throw Xenon spotlights, which can be positioned in several different locations along the upper concourse, to meet event requirements.

Electrical Supply

The Lloyd Noble Center has the capability of hosting large events. The permanent power supply consists of a 600 amp, 400 amp, 200 amp, and 150 amp 3 phase 120-208 volt total 1,350 amp service.

Sound

The Lloyd Noble Center features a professional quality state-of-the-art sound reinforcement system. The new sound system provides a full range of sound throughout the building. A sound technician is on staff to ensure the sound for each event is the best quality available. There is also a portable sound system available upon request.

Permits

Permits are required by the City of Norman Fire Code and can be obtained by contacting the Fire Prevention Bureau via the Lloyd Noble Event Operations Department at 405-325-4666. Arrangements are to be made in advance among the promoter, Lloyd Noble Center Event Operations and the Fire Department.

Pyrotechnics

A pyrotechnician must have a theatrical or Special Effect First Class Oklahoma license to discharge any pyrotechnics.All necessary documents must be submitted in advance with coordination of the Lloyd Noble Center Event Operations Department, which must be copied on the documents.The Fire Prevention Bureau requires a permit and may request a demonstration, prior to the event, during normal business hours.Certificate of Insurance and pyro script are to be provided in advance of demonstration to the Lloyd Noble Center Event Operations Department. No propane allowed.

Parking

Parking overnight in the Lloyd Noble Center Parking lot is permitted if prior arrangements have been made with Lloyd Noble Center staff. Please call 405-325-4666 for more details.

Seating Plans

Portable chair seating arrangements for special events are to be approved prior to the sale of tickets.  Click here for seating configurations.

Settlement Policy and Contracts

Please contact the Lloyd Noble Center at 405-325-4666 for more information.