The Sacramento Convention Center Complex
Sacramento Convention Center Complex Expansion
The Sacramento City Council approved a plan to expand and renovate the Sacramento Convention Center. This exciting project will create a dynamic center for conventions, meetings, cultural experiences and more for years to come. Read more about the expansion plans.
About the Convention Center Complex (CCC)
The downtown Sacramento Convention Center Complex is a part of the City of Sacramento Convention & Cultural Services department. The Complex is made up of the Convention Center, which has over 137,000 square feet of exhibit space, 31 meeting rooms, including a 24,000 square foot ballroom, the 2,398 seat Community Center Theater, and the 3,849 seat Memorial Auditorium, which houses the 272 seat Jean Runyon Little Theater.
All facilities are within walking distance of dining, nightlife and shopping areas. Headquarter hotels are just steps away and more than 2,000 first-class hotel rooms represented by some of the world’s major brands are within walking distance.
The Sacramento Convention Center, in conjunction with hospitality partner Classique Catering, a Centerplate company, is proud to announce the arrival of “APIZZA,” a brand new dining option for guests. Always seeking to improve the guest experience, Classique Catering has tapped the talents of nationally-recognized pizza master Bill Pustari, a seasoned veteran of the legendary New Haven, Connecticut pizza scene, owner of award-winning Modern Apizza, and frequent television personality, to create thin-crust pies worthy of Sacramento’s farm-to-fork flavors.