|Fresno Convention Center Shuttles|
|The fifth largest city title in California goes to the city of Fresno with a population of over 509,000 people. Formed in 1856 after the California Gold Rush, it’s an inland region of 112 square miles.|
About the Fresno Convention Center
Fresno Convention and Entertainment Center is a premier venue located in downtown Fresno. It is a four venue compound that is owned and subsidized by the City of Fresno. The Exhibit Hall is a 66,371 sq. ft. and can be used as one large venue or three separate halls. The second level has 20 meeting rooms which gives it extreme versatility. The Exhibit Hall has high speed Internet and Wi-Fi, multiple phone lines, private rest rooms and many more accommodating amenities. The hall is great for political rallies, weddings, community events, breakout sessions and so much more. Fresno is also known as an economic hub and hosts numerous concerts, Broadway shows and conventions/expos.
The Saroyan Theatre is a performing arts theatre with 2,353 seats. It is Fresno’s premier arts destination with its unparalleled elegance and culture. It is home to Fresno Philharmonic Orchestra and Fresno Grand Opera. The Selland Arena is famous for having the best sight lines in the Valley. It hosts countless concerts and sporting events. It is also home to the Fresno Monsters Hockey team and annually host Disney On Ice along with Ringling Bros. Last is Valdez Hall a 32,000 sq. ft. versatile space that is great for banquets, weddings, trade shows and other special events. It has a built in state, full service kitchen and two green rooms.
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