1201 West Florida Ave.
Hemet, CA 92543
Phone: (951) 766-1902
Fax: (951) 766-7739
This quaint little theater, located near Idyllwild Park and Mount San Jacinto State Park (about 90 minutes from Palm Springs by car), has one large screen for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices, details about the affiliated "Rustic Cabin," and further info please see their website.
Located near the Cabazon Premium Outlet Mall just minutes away from Palm Springs, this casino features a large exterior waterfall. Inside, the establishment offers slot machines and video gaming stations, traditional table games such as '21' and poker, and high stakes bingo games. There's live music on Friday and Saturdya nights.In addition, alcohol flows throughout the facility, and several restaurants provide everything from cheap Chinese food to gourmet seafood combinations. No one under 18 is permitted in the casino. Ask for a free 'Winners' card for discounts on food and drinks
Looking for some comic relief in your routine? Then head to the Aces Comedy Club to enjoy amazing gags and stand up comic acts by the performers. The club hosts many renowned as well as upcoming talents during the week, who entertain you with their antics. In the past, artists like Alex Morais, Bobcat Goldthwait and Jackie Flynn have performed to a packed house at the club. And if that's not enough, the local favorite artists and owner, Rocky, himself takes the center stage and gives out a stellar performance. Accompanying you on this laugh riot are specialty drinks and domestic beers on tap. The seats get occupied quickly, so check out their calender and book your seats in advance in order to avoid disappointment.
This cinema shows the latest Hollywood movies in a clean comfortable atmosphere.
Temeku Cinemas shows cult classics as well as recent dramas, comedies, and romances.
The focus of The Dial is to create an buzzing creative space where local artists and musicians could showcase their works for the art lovers in Murrieta. One can catch up on a number of events at this venue, ranging from concerts and comedy shows to art exhibitions and dance events. Upcoming bands like Hello Old Friend, Cosmonauts, Hindu Pirates and Crisis Arm have graced the stage of The Dial in the past. Email them to know more about the venue.
For over 10 years, Temecula has brought together musicians and filmmakers to celebrate two of the most important art forms: music and art.
Shows the hottest in Hollywood entertainment as well as the classics on one Sunday a month.
"Celebrating Life Through the Arts" is Old Town Temecula Community Theater motto, wishing to promote the arts in Temecula and its surrounding areas. Concerts, musicals, plays, dance, youth theater, and visual arts exhibits are held in the 362-seat contemporary, state-of-the-art proscenium theater.
Perhaps after visiting the famous Temecula Vineyards, you will be ready for a little nightlife.Pechanga Resort & Casino is a 24-hour Las Vegas-style casino on the Pala Indian Reservation is just 45 minutes from downtown, and a world apart. Here you will find all the gaming excitement you can handle including video machines, bingo, "21" and Jackpot poker. For a quick bite, try the Pechanga Cafe or visit the onsite gift shop for something special to remember your visit. You can also enjoy Broadway-style shows in the capacious 1200 seater Pechanga theater.
Kimberly Crest, a historic landmark in Redlands, is a perfect venue to celebrate wedding ceremonies and receptions. A picturesque French château style home built in 1897, Kimberly Crest is spread over 6.25 acres (2.5 hectares) of Renaissance style Italian gardens. Managed professionally by the non-profitable Kimberley-Shark Association, this place largely operates as a museum rented out for public and private events. It is very much a registered California Historical Landmark and the gardens that surround the crest are fine examples of the Italian era favoured by Victorian home owners.
Located on the University of Redlands campus, the amphitheatre hosts a variety of cultural events from plays to rock concerts. Check the website for a calendar of events and ticketing information.