Anaheim Convention Center is a major convention center in Anaheim, California. It is located across from the Disneyland Resort on Katella Avenue. The original components, designed by Adrian Wilson & Associates, opened in July 1967—including a basketball arena followed shortly by the convention hall. It holds many events, like VidCon, BlizzCon, Anime Expo, competitions, etc.The center has subsequently undergone five major expansions (1974, 1982, 1990, 1993, 1999–2000). It is the largest exhibit facility on the West Coast.HostingsOriginally, the arena was home to the Anaheim Amigos of the American Basketball Association during the first ABA season, 1967–68. The franchise relocated to the Los Angeles Sports Arena and became the Los Angeles Stars following the season. The team eventually moved to Salt Lake City and became the Utah Stars, capturing the 1970–71 ABA Championship. The Stars' subsequent fan support in Utah set the foundation for the NBA's Utah Jazz. The San Diego Friars of WTT played some of their home matches in the arena between 1975 and 1977. In 1978, the Anaheim Oranges of WTT used the arena as their primary home venue. The arena was also home to the California Surf of the NASL for one indoor season (1979–80).
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The Hyperion Theater is located at Disney California Adventure in Hollywood Land. It is currently presenting Frozen – Live at the Hyperion. The theater can seat up to 1,984 people.The facade is modeled after that of the Los Angeles Theatre on LA's Broadway.HistoryThe Hyperion Theater opened with the park on February 8, 2001. Originally, Disney anticipated holding large-scale events and awards shows at this theater. However, a cost-cutting decision during construction to strip the theater of a lobby or bathrooms within the theater prevented this from taking place. Guests must leave the theater and walk to an adjoining rest room.The venue's first show was Disney's Steps in Time, a musical featuring songs from various Disney films. Later that year, The Power of Blast, a scaled-down version of the musical Blast! was created for the theater. The Power of Blast closed in fall 2002 to make room for Disney's Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular. Inspired by Disney's 1992 animated film Aladdin, the show premiered in January 2003.In spring 2010 it was initially announced that Disney's Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular would close and be replaced by Toy Story: The Musical. However, later that year it announced that the plans were cancelled and that the Aladdin musical would remain for the time being.