Philadelphia-based cable TV provider Comcast Corp. and the center's owner, Live Nation, announced the change today. The switch takes effect tonight for a concert by Eric Clapton.
The nearly 20,000-person capacity venue has 35 to 40 concerts per year.
The site had carried the name of Tweeter Home Entertainment Group, the Canton-based chain of electronics stores that entered bankruptcy protection last year. The bankruptcy triggered Tweeter to pull out of four naming-rights deals at outdoor concert sites on the East Coast.
In the bankruptcy, Tweeter's assets were sold under a court-supervised auction. (AP)