Pico Rivera Sports Arena Los Angeles
Pico Rivera Sports Arena
The Pico Rivera Memorial Sports Arena is a 5,000-seat multipurpose arena located in Pico Rivera, California in the United States. It is used for rodeos, professional wrestling and boxing. Famous for hosting many presentations of Antonio Aguilar, a Mexican singer, and his family.Adjacent to Bicentennial Park is the 6,000 seat Sports Arena. Famous for its Mexican rodeos (chareadas) and Latin entertainment, the Pico Rivera Sports Arena is a popular recreation spot for the Los Angeles area Hispanic community. This facility was built in 1979 and is reputed to be the largest Mexican rodeo ring in the country. An average of 25 shows, preceded by a traditional Mexican rodeo, is held at the Sports Arena every year.
As a concert venue, the Pico Rivera Sports Arena can seat up to 6,250. With a 132 ft (40 m) diameter arena floor, the arena is modeled after a Mexican rodeo ring. The arena, located at Bicentennial Park, is dedicated to Pico Rivera residents who fought for and served the United States during every war up to the Vietnam War.