The Los Angeles Convention Center (LACC) is the place to meet in the heart of downtown LA, offering 720,000 square feet of versatile meeting, banquet, and exhibition space. Known for having a true passion for excellence, the LACC is one of the most progressive and successful event venues in the world.
- Badminton – South Hall
- Bocce – South Hall
- Handball – South Hall
- Powerlifting – Halls E & F
- Roller Skating – South Hall
- Table Tennis – South Hall
- LACC is the first convention center in the U.S. to receive the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design for Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) award.
- In 1984 the LACC served as the Main Press Headquarters for 8,000 journalists covering the 1984 Summer Olympic Games.
- A map of the world, centered on the Pacific Rim, covers the Main Lobby floor, while a map of the constellations covers the floor of the upstairs lobby.
- The LA Convention Center is the site of frequent movie filmings.
- Spectator Entrance(s): Spectators can enter the Convention Center from two (2) entrances: Southeast entrance on Figueroa and the Northeast entrance behind Staples Center.
- LACC is easily accessible by public transportation.
- Parking in Downtown LA is limited. We advise spectators to use public transportation or carpool wherever possible.
- All sport competitions are free and open to the public to attend.
- The Los Angeles Convention Center is fully ADA Compliant (bathrooms, ramps, etc.).