Quality Inn Sacramento North
3796 NORTHGATE BLVD
Sacramento, CA 95834
Phone: (916) 927-7117
Fax: (916) 646-1433
This theatre offers a variety of movies on its 16 screens. The seats are comfortable and each theatre has digital sound. The lobby has a cafe serving frozen lemonade and other goodies, as well as a concession area offering popcorn and traditional movie snacks. Check the website for schedules, ticket information and other details.
Comprising four venues, the Artisan Building is where various genres of art come together to present a creatively designed whole venue. Located in the city's Old North Sacramento neighborhood, on the bstling Del Paso Boulevard, the Artisan Building is one of the key redevelopment projects on the boulevard. Home to an art gallery, a theater, a multi-purpose venue, and the Artisan Cafe, this building is busy with a range of events all year round. For information on upcoming events and other details, do see the website, or contact the Artisan Building.
Each season this collaborative and wildly creative theater company puts on unique and original shows to the delight of Sacramento denizens. Artists from the community work together to create theatrical productions for suitable for both adults and children. Be sure to check out their website for upcoming shows.
With over 17,000 seats, this facility is the largest indoor arena in Sacramento. It hosts more than 200 events a year, including concerts by nationally and internationally-known performers, as well as ice-skating and monster truck shows. In addition to the concerts and events, it is the home of the Sacramento Kings NBA and Sacramento Monarchs WNBA basketball teams.
The Grove at the Radisson Hotel hosts concerts in the summer, as well as formal dinners; the former can seat up to 1800 while up to 750 can enjoy the banquet.
A hot favorite nightclub among locals, Tropicana Club is Sacramento's Latin nightclub. Shaking a leg here is a total stress buster for regulars to this haunt. Mexican bands often play here which is why this place is always crowded with music and dance lovers. Live music, DJ, energetic bands playing here attracts a lot of crowds on weekends. The place does not accept cards at all, so be sure to be loaded with cash!
B Street Theater has 140 seats and provides audiences with an intimate or in-your-face experience. Founded by brothers, Buck and Timothy Busfield, the theater is dedicated to premiering diverse new works. Buck is famous for his role in Field of Dreams, Sneakers, and, more recently, TVs The West Wing. Buck has written some of the plays and Timothy directs various in-house productions. Since the plays change frequently, it is best to call for the listing of plays and times.
Located in the Arden area of Sacramento, Cal Expo hosts a variety of concerts and expo shows, a sports wagering center, and the California State Fair. Its venues (18 at the present) are also available for private party rentals. Cal Expo is also home to Raging Waters, a popular water park open during the spring/summer. Check the website for information about upcoming events at Cal Expo.
The Cove located in Cal Expo is a 4,100 seat arena that is ideal for meetings, seminars, award ceremonies and outdoor events. The services provided include security, parking, stage labor and decoration. The stage arena has advanced lighting and the seating area includes dance floors and stages. Pre-sale ticketing and catering services are also part of the services offered.
UA Market Square 6 is a multiplex offering six screens for your viewing pleasure. 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.
Located in the Wells Fargo Pavilion, this theater was born during World War II, when Sacramento was overrun with soldiers and sailors in need of wholesome entertainment. The theater has two different venues. The Mainstage seats 300 patrons in a platform auditorium. Each seat in the three sections of the auditorium provides a clear view of the stage. Productions tend toward mainstream Broadway favorites. On the same site, Stage 2 is a 90-seat theater, providing only three rows of seats so the audience is thrust into the action on the stage. Call the box office or check online for information (times, ticket prices, etc.) about upcoming shows.
Among the then-unknowns who performed in Sacramento on their way to stardom were Madeline Kahn, who graced the 1969 production of Show Boat, and Joel Grey, who played Huck Finn in Tom Sawyer. Over the years, more than 150 musicals have graced the round Music Circus. The season runs yearly from mid-July to late-August. Shows sell out quickly, so it is best to call early for tickets.