Quezon Convention Center

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Quezon Convention Center
QCC
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facade of the Quezon Convention Center
Location Lucena City, Quezon, Philippines
Capacity 7,000+
Opened 2001
Tenants
Philippine Basketball Association (2006-present)
Liga Pilipinas
Philippine Basketball League (2002-2003)

The Quezon Convention Center is a multi-purpose convention center in Quezon located near the Provincial Capitol in Lucena City, Quezon, Philippines. The venue has hosted local and regional basketball competitions, concerts, and conferences.

Quezon Convention Center is the premier and one of the biggest event center in Southern Luzon which has an amenities of more or less 7,000 seating capacity (that includes 3,349 upper B, 1,442 lower B, 2,000 inner court, 300 main lobby), 12 spaceous comfort rooms, 2 referees/staff rooms, 2 separate Team Quarters, VIP rooms and Performers/Artists Quarters and Centralized air conditioning system.

The Quezon Convention Center hosted a number of concerts and fine performances such as Megastar-Sharon Cuneta, Mr. Pure Energy-Gary Valenciano, Concert Queen-Pops Fernandez, Concert King-Martin Nievera, Song Bird-Regine Velasquez, Pop Princess-Kyla, Pop Trio-Apo Hiking Society, PBB Stars- Sam Milby and Kim Chiu, Wolfgang, and Quezon's Pride-Aiza Seguerra. Even International Artist Gospel Singer/Songwriter - Don Moen had performed here.

Even the spectacular games of the well-known Teams of the Philippine Basketball Association (PBA) such as Barangay Ginebra San Miguel, Purefoods Star Hotshots, Rain or Shine Elasto Painters, GlobalPort Batang Pier, NLEX Road Warriors, Alaska Aces, San Miguel Beermen, Barako Bull Energy Cola, and KIA Sorento were also done here. Same with the Liga Pilipinas Regional Conference wherein our home-grown and very own Quezon Red Oilers Teams participated, as such this is the home court of Quezon Red Oilers. Also the well known Grand Senakulo of PMCC 4th Watch that was popular in Marikina City during Holy weeks was hosted here. And also used here to played in the Philippine Basketball League (PBL) during the 2002-03 season.

This edifice housed the Provincial Government Offices of Provincial Tourism, Provincial Sports, Provincial Mining Regulatory Board (PMRB), Provincial Economic Enterprise Unit-Secretariat (PEEU), Quezon Jatropha Project, Quezon Fitness Gym & Wellness Center, and Quezon Metropolitan Water District-Satellite Office. In addition it accommodates also various commercial establishments on the groundfloor.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1], Quezon Convention Center