Quality Inn & Suites Anaheim Resort
1441 South Manchester Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92802
Phone: (714) 991-8100
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The Heritage Forum Theater in Anaheim is a modern arena theater or theater-in-the-round as it is usually referred to. Heritage claims to accommodate seating up to 2500 in number. Come here to experience live performances, music festivals, competitions, pageants, and a variety of conferences and events. Well equipped with technicians, coordinators and stagehands, good sound and light quality makes this theater one of the most innovative in it's class.
An elegant indoor venue with plush interiors, The Grove of Anaheim is the perfect place to go for private gatherings, concerts, meetings, or seminars. The Grove boasts 27,140 square feet (2,500 square meters) of space capable of accommodating up to 1,700 guests, state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment, an in-house production staff, catering, and parking facilities. Whether taking the kids to see Sesame Street Live or catching a Cyndi Lauper performance for a girls night out, The Grove of Anaheim is a great source of entertainment for everyone.
Given a mission to enlighten and entertain audiences with classically rooted programming and contemporary presentation, this ballet provides quality performances and presents many talented Southern California artists, as well as international talents. There is also an educational outreach and scholarship program that teaches and shares the importance and beauty lf classic ballet.
The Angel Stadium of Anaheim is the home of the Angels, a Major League Baseball team of the American League. The stadium is a modern-style ballpark, used to host professional baseball and football apart from major concerts, high school and college baseball and football games. One of the unique features is the terraced bullpens in the outfield. In addition to the usual eateries, the stadium includes three full-service restaurants - The KnotHole Club, The Diamond Club and the Homeplate Club. The parking lot can be accessed via three entrances and opens two and a half hours prior to any event held here.
Built at the 'Honda Center' the Theater is one of the best places to watch a concert in all of Southern California. It has a capacity of nearly 7000 odd people, with amazing lighting and a fantastic floor design. The arena has a curtain system wherein it get transformed into a theater. The arena is also well-equipped with the Honda Vision Leadboard system featuring a full-color, LED display that produces clear and true to life pictures. The theater is a sight to see when it is packed to full capacity. The Center also has an impressive and secure parking lot which can be accessed for a fee, guests spending a short amount of time can also avail of the parking refund ticket.
Chain Reaction is a live music venue located in Anaheim, known for not having age restrictions to their shows. Many of the bands showcased at this local joint are up and coming talent offering a variety of music, from punk and alternative, to hardcore metal. The moderately priced tickets make this venue a great way to see some live music without breaking the bank. The club is also available for private parties and events.
The Honda Center stands as the premier entertainment and sports venue in Southern California. Fans of all ages visit the Honda Center to cheer for the Anaheim Ducks, see top name concerts, sporting events and family shows. Musical artists such as U2, the Eagles and Paul McCartney have graced the stage. The arena is also home to the prestigious John R. Wooden Classic. Annual favorites include the Harlem Globetrotters, Stars on Ice and the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. Event and ticket information is available through the Honda Center Box Office.
Each year, Anaheim explodes with energy as the John Wooden college basketball classic returns to Arrowhead Pond. Every year the best of the best match up and tip off for annual bragging rights. Four top collegiate contenders play in the two-game series played during one evening. Exact start time and ticket prices are yet to be set. If you are a college basketball fan, this is the night for you.
If a day at the "Magic Kingdom" hasn't Disney-ed you out, head over to the sparkling Arrowhead Pond for some more family-friendly entertainment courtesy of the Mouse House. Named after the kiddie-flick trilogy, the Mighty Ducks game is a family-friendly experience, with squeaky-clean marquee players like Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne replacing the brawlers like Stu "The Grim Reaper" Grimson that filled out the lineup in the team's expansion-draft years. The team even plays a decent game of hockey, but that is incidental to the family fun. Stay tuned for upcoming season schedule.
This intimate community theater group puts on shows year round, ranging from classics like Les Misérables to contemporary works such as Crazy for Love, a musical revue. Offering subscriptions, patrons receive exclusive benefits such as discount for friends, the best seats in the house and priority in advance ticket purchases. Be sure to visit their website for more information on their upcoming shows or special events.
Maverick Theater lives up to its name. The theater fare on offer ranges from classic Shakespearean tragedy to adaptations of The Night of the Living Dead and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Whatever is on the bill, productions here are put with their own brand of eccentric flair. Visit website for a calendar of productions and ticketing information.
This theater company is one of the largest in Southern California, with well over 30 years of bringing quality musical entertainment to residents and visitors alike. Advance tickets are available online or by calling the box office. Ticket prices range from USD25-35. Matinees and evening shows are available. Groups can get discounts, and the theater also offers subscriber packages for those who don't want to miss any of the wonderful shows throughout the season.