On January 26 local time, nine people, including Kobe Bryant and his second daughter Gianna, died in a helicopter crash. Since then, the city of Los Angeles has been discussing a large-scale memorial service for Bryant, including the time, place, specific form and so on.
Now, the discussion has specific results, that is, an open Memorial conference was held at Staples Center on February 24 local time, but the specific content is still in planning.
Earlier, Los Angeles Mayor Eric gasetti said they had been planning a memorial service. We want to hold a memorial service to remember Kobes great contribution, as well as his daughter and other victims. He said he has been in contact with Bryants widow Vanessa to discuss how to hold a memorial conference.
Up to now, staples has not released information on the time of the day of the memorial and ticketing, which can be predicted to be disclosed in the future.