5100 Montero Way
Petaluma, CA 94954
Phone: (707) 664-1155
Fax: (707) 664-8566
5100 Montero Way, Petaluma, CA, US, 94954
- Phone: (707) 664-1155
- Fax: (707) 664-8566
This Sonoma county community theater showcases and teaches opera and musical theater, dramas, chamber series and dance productions for adults and children. Besides its regular subscription and non-subscription playbill, the theater also hosts various special events like the Falstaff Festival and holiday productions. Founded in 1973, Cinnabar Opera Theater remains a great place to see new, experimental and traditional performing arts. You might even see a world premiere.
There are a variety of shows at the Phoenix Theatre. Check out the calendar to see who will be performing this month.
The Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds is where the famous Sonoma-Marin Fair is held every year. At this fair, the citizens of the city come and exhibit their agricultural produces such as livestock, crops and more. The fair is also held for the promotion of the agricultural society of the Sonoma and Marin counties. The fair ground has become quite a popular destination ever since the Sonoma and Marin Fair was introduced. For further information, do visit their website.
Home to the Seawolves, Sonoma State University is the local four year college. Relatively small, this university is home to a variety of events throughout the year.
Owing to the efforts and endeavors of North Bay Community Arts and Music Place, the Transient Lounge came into existence. Its aim is to provide for a community space where locals can meet and indulge in creative activities. An all-ages venue, it prides itself in being a completely alcohol and drug-free event space. Live music concerts, entertaining shows and movie nights are a regular feature at Transient Lounge. This local community lounge-cum-arts space is surely worth a visit for its fun and interesting events.
The great lawn serves as a venue for local outdoor events and festivals or cultural shows especially during the Sonoma County Fair, located at the Sonoma County Fairground. People can sit and relax on the lawn and enjoy the events taking place at the fair. The lawn is a prime venue for the carnival taking place during the fair.
Grace Pavilion, spread over 40,500 square feet (12,344 square meters), is the largest hall in the Sonoma County Fairgrounds complex. This pavilion seats up to 4400 people and can accommodate 2800 for dinner. It's ideal for concerts, functions, receptions and exhibitions with state-of-the-art lighting and sound facilities. An optional facility of alarm system is available. Exterior hook-ups are also available at this hall. Ample parking space around the pavilion is safe and convenient.
Sonoma County Fairground is located in a scenic area of wine county, surrounded by lush green trees. The place throbs with enthusiasm and energy as it plays host to different types of activities like fairs and exhibitions. The fairground is also used for other live events and concerts. Please check the website for schedules and ticketing information.
Part of the Cinema West chain, this theater in Sonoma does not fail to satisfy patrons. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or see their website.
Performing since 1973, this chorale is a community chorus with a large and varied repertoire. Scholarships are available.
The Santa Rosa Symphony inspires and engages the residents of this region with the finest musical performances and educational programs while maintaining its core values of organizational strength, innovative programming, fiscal responsibility and community service. Santa Rosa Symphony's vision is to create one of the leading regional symphony orchestras in America, nationally recognized as a model of artistic excellence, fiscal vitality, and community engagement.
Alienation and isolation are common in today's highly sequestered and segregated existence; connecting with the natural environment, including other humans, is more out of a monetary need rather than a yearning for meaningful association. It is with the intention of tackling this problem that the Arlene Francis Center for Spirit, Art and Politics was created.Operating for several years, this foundation used to work in affiliation with the New College of California till 2008, and today has its own venue, housed in a 19th Century structure, which has been modified to be environmentally friendly. At this center, folks can find a space for meaningful creative expression as well as an exploration into spirituality. See the website to know more.