The Los Angeles Arena is a location in AMC's Fear the Walking Dead. It was destroyed along with the rest of the city as a result of Operation Cobalt.

Pre-Apocalypse

Prior to the outbreak, the arena was home to several sporting and entertainment events in Los Angeles.

Post-Apocalypse

After the military occupied the city to contain the outbreak, they herded at least two thousand civilians into the arena, presumably to set up a refugee center or field hospital. However, at some point many of the civilians became infected and turned, causing mass panic and loss of life. The military personnel at the arena, including Corporal Adams, were forced to abandon the arena and seal all the doors shut, trapping everyone inside and effectively dooming all the uninfected civilians within.

Eventually the doors were opened by Daniel Salazar, who led the massive horde of infected walkers away from the arena and toward the military compound where his wife was being held.

Appearances

Trivia

  • The arena is actually Vancouver's Pacific Coliseum, as most of the show was filmed in Vancouver, Canada. It does, however, bear a passing resemblance to the Staples Center and the Forum in Inglewood.
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