Orlando Orange County Convention Center - Calendar of Events

Orlando Orange County Convention Center - Calendar of Events
 
 
June 16 – 26 – AAU Jr. National Volleyball Championships (40,000 attendees)
The Amateur Athletic Union hosts the Girls' Junior National Volleyball Championships, the largest volleyball tournament in the world, every summer. This event is not open to the public.
 
June 17 – 19 – InfoComm (33,000 attendees)
InfoComm 2015 is the largest event for professional AV in the world, with over 980 exhibitors and more than 37,000 attendees from 110+ countries. This is your once-a-year opportunity to see the latest audiovisual technology, learn the skills that will advance your career, and grow your professional network.
 
June 22 – 24 – Healthcare Financial Management Association (4,500 attendees)
HFMA is the nation's leading membership organization for healthcare financial management executives and leaders. This event is not open to the public.
 
June 27 – 28 – Walker Stalker Con Orlando (16,000 attendees)
Walker Stalker Con is the fruit of The Walker Stalkers Podcast with James & Eric. The podcast began with an amazing trip to Senoia, GA where James & Eric were able to view the set of The Walking Dead and meet the incredible actors from the show. As a result of this experience, a podcast began and then the idea of a convention focused around recreating that same experience with the cast and crew of the show, along with talented actors and artists from other zombie shows, movies and art.
 
Walker Stalker Con is not just a convention. It is a fan meet-up and an opportunity for each guest to come away feeling like they’ve had an amazing experience and became part of a greater community of zombie lovers! Walker Stalker Con is three days of events, panels, and experiences that zombie fans won’t find anywhere else! This event is open to the public. http://walkerstalkercon.com/orlando/
 
June 29 – July 2 – International Christian Book Retailers (15,000 attendees)
The 2015 International Christian Retail Show theme “Expect” speaks to faith and anticipation of fulfilling our ministry calling through distributing Christian thought, ideas, and resources that transform lives. This event is not open to the public.
 
July 1 – 6 – National Education Association Annual Meeting (15,000 attendees)
Welcome to America’s Biggest gathering of education leaders all in one place. Over 10,000 attendees representing 3 million National Education Association members nationwide.
 
July 5 – 18 – Youth Basketball of America (8.000 attendees)
Youth Basketball of America (YBOA) is thrilled to announce the 2015 National Championship will be held at the Orange County Convention Center (16 courts under one roof) in Orlando, Florida. This world-class facility is located on International Drive and will house the entire National Championship Event!
 
July 6 – 10 – National Federation of The Blind (3,500 attendees)
The excitement is building for our upcoming annual national convention - you won’t want to miss this record-breaking event to celebrate our seventy-fifth anniversary. Lots of details about this year's convention, including information about additional hotel rooms and our Guinness World Record attempt, are available on our convention webpage! See you in Orlando!
 
July 9 – 11 – Summer FUN (5,000 attendees)
Florida United Numismatists, Inc., is hosting the 9th Annual Summer FUN Convention in Orlando Florida, July 9 - 11 2015. The convention will be held at the Orange County Convention Center, 9800 International Drive in Hall WA3. This location is across I-Drive from the new facility. The convention opens to the public at 10:00 A.M., July 9th and will run through 5:30 P.M. July 11th. Numismatic dealers from around the country will converge at the Orange County Convention Center to buy, sell and appraise coins, paper currency, tokens, medals and other items. Make sure to mark your calendar for this great numismatic event!
 
July 13 – 16 – Microsoft WPC (15,000 attendees)
In 2015, the Microsoft Partner community heads to Orlando, Florida from July 12-16 for a week of unparalleled networking opportunities, business building thought leadership, and the chance to hear insights from the leaders, innovators, and visionaries of our industry.
 
July 15 – 17 – American Sportfishing Association ICAST 2015 (11,000 attendees)
ICAST, the world’s largest sportfishing trade show, is the premier showcase for the latest innovations in fishing gear, accessories and apparel. ICAST is the cornerstone of the sportfishing industry, helping to drive recreational fishing product sales year round.
 
July 16 – 17 – Southeast Building Conference (4,000 attendees)
Currently celebrating 37 years in the industry, The Southeast Building Conference (SEBC) is the largest building industry trade show in the southeast. As the premier trade event, the SEBC includes outstanding educational programs featuring three days of hard-hitting seminars, networking opportunities, round table discussions and industry briefings. The 2015 SEBC is a two-day (July 17-18) Expo Show and a three-day (July 16-18) networking, professional development and continuing education conference for anyone and everyone working in the building industry.
 
July 17 – 18 – Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors Association (2,300 attendees)
FRSA's convention consists of three full days of education, networking, family fun, sports, and friends along with two days of FRSA's highly recognized trade show, the Florida Roofing & Sheet Metal Expo. The theme for 2015, "Building on a Strong Foundation," will focus on FRSA member services. Events will take place at the Hyatt Regency Orlando and the Orange County Convention Center.
 
July 22 – 24 – Microsoft MGX (17,000 attendees)
Microsoft Global Exchange, MGX, is an annual conference for Microsoft employees. This event is not open to the public.
 
July 28 – Aug. 1 – Miss America’s Outstanding Teen Competition (2,600 attendees)
Miss America's Outstanding Teen is an American scholarship pageant. It is a sister company to the Miss America Organization, and it aims to "promote scholastic achievement, creative accomplishment, healthy living and community involvement for America's teens." In order to be eligible to compete, participants must first compete and win at the local level and then win the state title. The competition consists of several parts of competition which consists of a ten minute interview in front of a panel of judges, talent, physical fitness, evening wear, and an on stage question. All competitors must be girls between the ages of 13 and 17 years of age.
 
July 30 – Aug 2 – GeekyCon (5,000 attendees)
GeekyCon celebrates everything about being a fan. It blends the nerdy fun of a Comic Con with the community and excitement of South by Southwest in a uniquely intimate environment where fans can finally be their true selves — where that is the coolest thing in the world to be!
 
We take pride in having some of the most uniquely geeky programming around. Our programs change every year and many of them are run by our attendees themselves. Past programs have included everything from book clubs, improv lessons, shipping discussions, Disney sing-a-longs, and crafting tutorials, to a showing of Twilight: Breaking Dawn with live commentary from Maureen Johnson, Robin Wasserman, and Buffy’s Amber Benson. It doesn’t get much more uniquely geeky than that! http://www.geekycon.com/   
 
Aug. 3 - 7 - General Council of The Assemblies of God (30,000 attendees)
Unite with others as you collectively seek God to determine the next steps of The General Council of the Assemblies of God through an exchange of ideas, vision, values, and direction through business sessions that include discussion and voting. Assemblies of God General Council is your opportunity to refocus, without the clamoring of daily duties to pull you away from letting the Spirit lead. A weeklong series of interactive events, impactful content, and meaningful conversations, the General Council sessions will unite the God-sized dreams of every generation into one place to hear leading voices in the Church. Be shaped by the Holy Spirit as you help shape our future by engaging with some of today's brightest minds in ministry and be a voice in the largest Pentecostal Movement in the world, the Assemblies of God fellowship. Influence Conference, General Council, National Youth Convention and Fine Arts are uniquely designed events to equip the Church. This event is not open to the public.
 
Aug. 8 - 10 - Orlando Gift Show (6,500 attendees)
If you’re a Florida retailer, the Orlando Gift Show is the only one you need. Offering so much, so close, it is easy to reach and even easier to shop. In fact, it’s the only show custom-tailored to the Florida marketplace. The summer Orlando Gift Show offers a broad and deep selection of giftware, home accents, souvenir and resort resources that promise to make your shop the community’s center of attention. So join us to find your next best sellers. Only in Orlando. Be sure to navigate through this site to learn all about the exciting changes and new innovations you'll find in August. This event is not open to the public.
 
Aug. 13 - 15 - Zumba Fitness Instructor Convention (8,000 attendees)
Party with a purpose: Instructors that attend Convention teach up to 4 more classes a week, Get up to 95% of your CECs and CEUs credits, Learn from our keynote speaker and Home Office staff, Bond with diverse Zumba® experts from around the world, Network with fellow ZIN™ Members from all over the world, Snag the newest Zumba® wear and products at Convention-exclusive prices.
 
SESSION DETAILS: Customize your schedule with over 200, Sessions Grow your skills with 80 unique Sessions, Experience 25 new Sessions exclusive to Convention, Expand your career with over 25 Specialty Instructor Training offerings, Enhance your expertise with close to 100 Learning Capsules, Recharge with 6 Boosts, Sample a taste of 40 different Flavors to amp up your routines, Benefit from more than 90 different presenters with unique skills.  This event is not open to the public.
 
Aug. 14-16 - Orlando Boat Show (1,500 attendees)
Central Florida's Premier Boat Show! With 16 of Central Florida's Best Boat Dealers Representing Over 60 Manufacturers. Bowriders, Pontoon Boats, Ski Boats, Cruisers, Fishing Boats, Bass Boats and Deck Boats Marine Electronics, Accessories & Much More! http://www.orlandoboatshow.com/ Crack-the-Code and Win a $30,000 Yamaha SX190, Motor & Trailer from BMC Boats, Longwood, FL Bowriders, Pontoon Boats, Ski Boats, Cruisers, Fishing Boats, Bass Boats and Deck Boats Marine Electronics, Accessories & Much More!
 
Aug. 15 – DeVry Graduation Ceremony (1,200 attendees)
This event is not open to the public.
 
Aug. 17 – 18 – OCPS Bus Driver Training (1,600 attendees)
This event is not open to the public.
 
Aug. 20 – Promotional Products Association of Florida (1,000 attendees)
This event is not open to the public.
 
Aug. 22 – 23 – Truckfest (8,000 attendees)
At the 4 Wheel Parts Truck & Jeep Fest you will find custom trucks and Jeeps, product demonstrations, factory direct pricing and hourly give aways. Free admission. http://www.4wheelparts.com/info/orlando-truck-jeep-fest.aspx
 
Aug. 29 – 30 – Florida Kids & Family Expo (10,000 attendees)
Join us for our upcoming annual Florida Kids & Family Expo where you will encounter approximately 150 kid and family friendly companies with ideas, savings, fun and entertainment waiting for you and your family. The Florida Kids and Family Expo is your opportunity to come face to face to meet companies that provide services and products for families in the communities in which we live. http://mycentralfloridafamily.com/orlando-expo/
 
Aug. 31 – Sep. 1 – ICSC 2015 Florida Conference (3,000 attendees)
Held annually these deal making events are a great opportunity for owners, developers, retailers, brokers, lenders, municipalities, property asset managers and product and service providers to gather under one roof to exhibit, make deals and form successful business partnerships.