The largest convention center on the West Coast, Anaheim Convention Center opened in 1967 and is owned and operated by the City of Anaheim. Located in the center of The Anaheim Resort, the Anaheim Convention Center will soon offer more than 1 million square feet of event, mixed use, ballroom and outdoor event space.
The spectacular glass walls soar 190 feet and welcome more than 1 million visitors every year. The Convention Center hosts approximately 300 events each year, consisting of trade shows, conventions, corporate events, consumer shows, meetings, social functions and banquets.
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Angel Stadium of Anaheim In 1996, the City of Anaheim entered into a long-term lease with Angels Baseball to manage the 45,000 seat Angel Stadium of Anaheim. This world class venue is home to the 2002 MLB World Champion Angels and 2014 American League West Division Champions.
Angel Stadium of Anaheim hosts other events such as: Supercross, Monster Trucks, concerts, CIF football and Home Shows.
ARTIC is an iconic transportation facility serving the three million Orange County residents as well as more than 40 million visitors annually. Transportation services offered at ARTIC include: Amtrak Metrolink; Greyhound, Megabus and OCTA bus services; Anaheim Resort Transportation; taxis; bike lockers and racks; and auto and carpool/vanpool parking.
In 2002, the City of Anaheim purchased the then Grove of Anaheim and entered into a multi-year agreement with Nederlander-Grove, LLC to manage the venue on behalf of the City of Anaheim.
City National Grove of Anaheim provides ultimate live music and entertainment with a limited seating capacity, which ensures that every seat is desirable. City National Grove is also the only live music venue that can offer high quality sit-down dining experience. In addition to concerts, the Grove welcomes corporate and private meetings, weddings, formals, private meetings and large banquets.
Honda Center opened in 1993 and is home to the National Hockey League's Anaheim Ducks. In 2003, the City of Anaheim entered into a long-term lease with Anaheim Arena Management for the operation of the Honda Center. In 2005, Honda Center was ranked third in the world for concert bookings by Billboard magazine. Honda Center continues to be one of the premier entertainment venues in the United States and has hosted many top acts such as U2, the Eagles, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Gwen Stefani and Jimmy Buffet.