Overview - Arena HistoryOsceola Heritage Park (OHP) in Kissimmee, Florida is a 120-acre entertainment complex which includes the 10,500-seat Silver Spurs Arena, 60,000-square foot Exhibition Building, Osceola County Stadium (home of the Houston Astros Spring Training,) University of Florida Extension Services, United States Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) Headquarters, and the KVLS Pavilion (Osceola County Fair.) Opened in 2003, OHP continues to have a growing legacy as a modern day showplace for meetings, conventions, concerts, stage shows and sporting events.
OHP facilities have hosted a wide variety of events, from nationally renowned artists, such as Van Morrison, Alan Jackson, Pearl Jam, Hall & Oates, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Toby Keith, Def Leppard, Norah Jones, Amy Grant & Vince Gill, Sugarland and Jeff Dunham; to family shows, such as Sesame Street Live, Dragon Tales Live, Lipizzaner Stallions and The Wiggles. Athletic events have included Don King Productions World Championship Boxing, bi-annual Silver Spurs Rodeo and World Extreme Fighting. Trade shows, such as Sysco Food Show, Telemundo’s La Feria de la Familia. Political events, such as 2008’s “Community Event on the Economy with Hillary Clinton, The ”Road to Victory” Rally with Governor Sarah Palin and the “Vote for Change” Rally with Former President Bill Clinton and then Democratic Presidential Candidate Barack Obama, as well as a host of Ride and Drives, Outdoor Festivals and Equestrian events.
Situated in sunny Central Florida, next to Walt Disney World, Universal Studios Orlando and SeaWorld Orlando, Osceola Heritage Park (OHP) is conveniently located just one mile from Florida’s Turnpike. OHP has quickly become recognized as a favored venue for a wide variety of events.