Banc of California Stadium is a brand new sports and entertainment venue, located in the heart of Los Angeles, in Exposition Park, with a wide variety of premium event spaces and a total capacity of 23,500. Banc of California Stadium Entertainment (BOCSE) is responsible for the booking and operation of all non-Major League Soccer events at Bank of California Stadium, including: Headline music concerts, radio shows, music festivals, and multi-cultural music events; international, national and local sporting events; a wide range of special events with top brands and Fortune 500 companies, such as corporate, convention, trade, and brand communication events; charity events and fundraisers; public events at the national, regional and local level; experiential events and installations; fairs and festivals; and private events and celebrations. In addition to events at Banc of California Stadium, BOCSE is also responsible for hosting a limited number of large scale concerts and sporting events at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, as well as occasional large multi-stage, music festivals incorporating some or all of stadiums and grounds of Exposition Park.
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