The center's Sustainable Events Programme gained two world class International Standards for Environmental Management (ISO 14001) and Sustainable Events (ISO 20121).
Brighton Centre, the heart of south coast’s ever pulsating social-political and cultural scene, is the internationally recognized premier conference, exhibition and concert destination, located in Brighton, UK. Owned and operated by Brighton and Hove City Council, this monumental structure was inaugurated by James Callaghan, the then Prime Minister, on 19 September 1977. The centre is designed and erected by the architect Russell Diplock and his associates in a unique style so that it can accommodate up to 5,000 delegates and visitors in its main hall and few hundred others in the other small hall. Since its inception, this incredible venue has seen countless political and international conferences, music concerts as well as major sports events, exhibitions, weddings and banquets, earning in billions each year and thus contributing to the sustainable, economic benefits to the city.
The 2003 and 2004 British Open Snooker took place here in the month of November.
Brighton Centre has been hosting to the Premier League Darts Since 2007.
It’s very first event, an International Folk Festival was held here before its official opening between 2nd -4th September 1977.
The East Wing of Brighton Centre was the place where British band "Oasis" played for the first time on 18th June 1994, garnering a major success.
The English punk rock band "The Jam" performed their last ever gig here on 11th December 1982.
The legendary American singer-actor Harry Lillis “Bing” Crosby Jr., widely acclaimed for his trademark baritone voice, gave his final performance here on 10 October 1977.
In 2007, on its 30th anniversary, the center exhibited rare and unseen facts and photos of the likes of The Who, Bob Marley, Elton John and many more legends.