Built in 1924, the historic Balboa Theatre was an elegant vaudeville and movie palace in the heart of downtown San Diego. At the time, it was a state-of-the-art building that included six storefronts along Fourth Avenue, with 34 offices on the floors above. The Balboa Theatre was closed for over twenty years. The City’s Redevelopment Agency made the commitment in 2002 to retain the Theatre as a public asset and fully fund its $26.5 million restoration and rehabilitation. The historic Balboa Theatre re-openned in January 2008 with much acclaim from audiences and performers.
City of San Diego Stadium
The City of San Diego Stadium has spacious clubs, lounges and restaurants, and full-service catering. With a seating capacity of 70,561, the City of San Diego Stadium is located in the heart of Mission Valley, minutes from downtown San Diego. The Stadium is host to SDSU Aztec football, the Holiday Bowl, the Poinsettia Bowl, and more.
Copley Symphony Hall
The Joan and Irwin Jacobs Music Center is the home of the San Diego Symphony. It is a multi-functional facility that can host concerts, comedy shows, corporate & civic events, film screenings and more inside its performance chamber, known as Copley Symphony Hall. It is equipped with state-of-the-art digital sound and lighting technology, and normally seats up to 2231, with possible front row expansions accommodating 39 more. Embedded inside the performance chamber is a full-sized Robert Morton pneumatic pipe organ and two carbon-arc film projectors.
Lamb’s Players Theatre
Now in our 41st Year, Lamb’s is one of Southern California’s leading non-profit performing arts organizations. We produce year-round in two vibrant locations: Lamb's Players Theatre in the charming island community of Coronado, and the Horton Grand Theatre in San Diego's exciting Gaslamp Quarter.
Lowell Davies Festival Theatre
1363 Old Globe Way
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When an arson fire destroyed the the Old Globe Theatre in 1978, the first Festival Stage was constructed in just 100 days, allowing The Old Globe to present the summer season. In 1984 another arson fire destroyed this structure and a new theatre, the 605-seat Lowell Davies Festival Theatre was constructed to replace it. Set against a backdrop of spectacular Balboa Park, nestled among beautiful eucalyptus trees, the Lowell Davies Festival Theatre has become a favorite with Globe patrons.
Old Globe Theatre
The internationally-acclaimed, Tony® Award-winning Old Globe is one of the most renowned regional theatres in the country, and has stood as San Diego’s flagship arts institution for over 75 years.
The Old Globe produces a year-round season of 15 plays and musicals on its three stages, including its highly-regarded Shakespeare festival. The Globe has become a gathering place for leading theatre artists from around the world, such as Tom Stoppard, Daniel Sullivan, and Chita Rivera, among many others.
Ticket Info (877) 374-2784 Petco Park is an open-air ballpark in downtown San Diego, California, USA. It opened in 2004, replacing Jack Murphy/Qualcomm Stadium as the home park of Major League Baseball's San Diego Padres.
San Diego Civic Theatre
The 2,967 seat San Diego Civic Theatre is the region’s largest and greatest attended performing arts venue. The Civic Theatre is owned by the City of San Diego and is managed and operated by San Diego Theatres on behalf of the community. Opened in January 1965, the Civic Theatre has hosted the world’s finest talents in the fields of opera, classical music, dance, comedy, contemporary music, and Broadway. Additionally, it has served as a community gathering place for inaugurations, governmental addresses, religious services, political activities, lectures, educational presentations, and corporate meetings.
SDSU Open Air Theatre
5500 Campanile Drive, San Diego, CA
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Campus amphitheater offers over 4,500+ stadium seats for headliner concerts, entertainers & events.
Sleep Train Amphitheater
2050 Entertainment Circle, Chula Vista, CA
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Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, CA is one of the largest live music concert venues in the San Diego area. The outdoor amphitheatre can accommodate approximately 20,000 people and presents approximately 26 events per year. For over 20 years Sleep Train’s company philosophy has been supported by its commitment to giving back to the communities we serve every day.
Valley View Casino Center
3500 Sports Arena Blvd. San Diego, CA
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For more than 40 years, the Valley View Casino Center has provided Southern California with the biggest and best events. Historic events such as Ali vs. Norton World Heavyweight Title fight in 1973, Jimi Hendrix (performed at the Valley View Casino Center 2 times), The Rolling Stones (performed at the Valley View Casino Center 4 times), Pink Floyd, the Eagles, Led Zeppelin (performed at the Valley View Casino Center 7 times) and Elton John are just a few of the legends who have played before sold out crowds at the Valley View Casino Center. Today, groups like Carrie Underwood, U2, Black Eyed Peas, Shakira and Taylor Swift carry the torch as artists who have played and sold out.
Viejas Arena opened its doors to the campus and community in July of 1997. Viejas Arena continues to provide quality entertainment with impeccable acoustics and sight lines. Every seat in the house is great. Viejas Arena hosts athletic events, concerts, conferences, lectures, academic gatherings and is home to Aztec Basketball. San Diego State Aztecs (619) 283-7378