AJ Swope Plaza is a privately funded project that upon completion will be donated to the City of Amarillo for area residents to utilize as a place for remembrance, reflection and celebration.
The Plaza will feature Amarillo's First Responders Memorial honoring those men and women who have given their lives in the line of duty, the Texas Panhandle Walk of Fame recognizing the many notable individuals from across the region who have made distinguished contributions in their field, and a public amphitheater with tiered seating for 300+ people for concerts and other events.
AJ Swope Plaza will be centrally located in downtown Amarillo on SE 8th Street between Lincoln and Johnson Streets, adjacent to the City of Amarillo's new ballpark on land owned by the City.
WALK OF FAME
The Texas Panhandle Walk of Fame will acknowledge and honor the many notable individuals from Amarillo and across the Texas Panhandle who have made distinguished contributions in their respective fields.
& GREEN AREA
The AJ Swope Plaza amphitheater will feature a main performance stage along with a smaller secondary stage for concerts and other outdoor events. The amphitheater will provide comfortable tiered seating for 300-400 people.
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AJ Swope Plaza will be centrally located in downtown Amarillo on SE 8th Street between Lincoln and Johnson Streets.
The Plaza will be adjacent to the City of Amarillo's new ballpark on land owned by the City of Amarillo. It will be located just southeast of the ballpark's main entrance at 8th and Buchanan.
Upon completion of construction, AJ Swope Plaza will be gifted to the City of Amarillo to manage and maintain.
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