1750 S. Waterman Ave
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: (909) 888-4827
Fax: (909) 888-8617
Black Flame is a DIY space that is used for concerts, art exhibitions, consignments and more. This member-based place hosts workshops and screenings as well. You will find handcrafted wares on display everywhere by local artists which are for sale. There is also a recording area for bands.
This lovely and well preserved theater is home to the Sturges Family Playhouse and the Canto Bello Master Chorale. The theater hosts numerous theatrical performances and is also the home to the San Bernardino Art Association that houses many works by local artists, both for viewing and for sale.
Enjoy a wide range of exciting racing on Saturday nights at this speedway where the pit gate opens at 12 noon, front gates open at 5:00 p.m., and racing begins at 6:30 p.m.
The Inland Empire's premier source of end-to-end event solutions, this center provides events ranging from concerts and car races to conventions and satellite wagering, as well as from weddings and banquets to tradeshows and craft fairs.
A two-time winner and defending California League Champion, this baseball organization are the Seattle Mariners Minor League Baseball Team and they provide fun, action-packed ballgames from April to September.
Beautifully preserved both inside and out, this historic performing arts theatre was built in 1928 in an opulent Spanish/Moorish style and it is home to many San Bernardino organizations, including the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra, the Inland Dance Theater, San Bernardino Valley Concert Association, and Theater Arts International.
This opera association offers a dazzling, star-studded line-up of first-rate Broadway plays and musicals each year, all performed in the renowned California Theatre of Performing Arts.
The very latest in stadium seating and incredible DHX sound is featured in every auditorium at this cinema that shows first-run Hollywood films and critically acclaimed movies, as well as features a large concession stand.
The Coyote Conservatory provides workshops and after-school classes for children, adults, and families. Activities are offered in a wide variety of arts, including: creative drama, dance, puppetry, acting, singing, improvisation, creative writing, crafts, musical theatre and international dance.
Considered as a premier artspace of the city, The Sturges Center for the Fine Arts is held as the city's finest cultural space. The venue is a 700 odd seater that is truly dedicated to art. Hosting performances by established as well as emerging local artists, the theater contributes its bit towards shaping the art scene of the city. The Sturges Center for the Fine Arts is equipped with modern facilities to accentuate every performance that takes place here. Call ahead to know more.
The San Bernardino Asistencia was also initially referred as the San Bernardino de Sena Estancia or the San Bernardino Rancho. The historic ranch outpost was basically built in as an avenue to facilitate cattle grazing. It was erected in 1819, and currently stands and functions as a monumental museum and is a great tourist site. Check website for details.
Founded in 1929 by Maestro James K. Guthrie, an internationally renowned conductor and community leader, this orchestra is the oldest and most prestigious in the Inland Empire. It was also the first fully professional ensemble of musicians in the region.