The Leon’s Centre is a 6,700 seat sports and entertainment venue located in downtown Kingston, Ontario, Canada, at the intersection of Ontario Street and The Tragically Hip Way. The arena is the home of the Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).

Ground breaking took place July 28, 2006, and construction began November 3, 2006. Owned by the City Of Kingston, The City hired SMG, the world leader in venue management, marketing and development, to manage this innovative facility.

On February 6, 2008, local radio station K-Rock 105.7 purchased the naming rights to the arena.

The Kingston Frontenacs played their first game at their new home on February 22, 2008. Don Cherry dropped the puck for the ceremonial face off prior to the game.

The arena offers space for 5,700 people and is the home to the Kingston Frontenacs OHL team, and 7x Canadian Venue of the Year winner.