Pasadena Convention Center

Pasadena Convention Center The Pasadena Convention Center is a convention center in Pasadena, California, near Los Angeles, owned by the City of Pasadena. It consists of three buildings.Pasadena Civic AuditoriumThe Civic Auditorium, one of the major structures in the Pasadena Civic Center District, was built in 1931 and is best known for being the home for the Emmy Awards from 1977 until 1997.

It was designed by architects George Edwin Bergstrom, Cyril Bennett, and Fitch Haskell. Today, the Auditorium is home to the People's Choice Awards and the former home of the Pasadena Symphony Orchestra. It has also been used for some episodes of American Idol. It was used as the show's venue for "Hollywood Week" in season 10. The 3,029-seat theater hosts musicals, operas and concerts, among other events, on its 56by stage.The venue's theatre organ was acquired in 1979, having been commissioned in 1938 as a touring organ by Reginald Foort, who attended its inauguration on April 23, 1980. It was used by the BBC during and after World War II.In addition to the main auditorium, the Civic Auditorium building originally contained two lecture rooms and an exhibition hall of 100by.

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300 E Green St
Pasadena, CA


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