Quality Inn & Suites Near The Border
930 W. San Ysidro Boulevard
San Ysidro, CA 92173
Phone: (619) 690-2633
Fax: (619) 690-1360
Wild weekend parties, karaoke nights and amazing concerts, this is what Over the Border is all about. Live bands and DJ's are some of the weekly regular features of this place. Concerts happening here every month are smashing to say the least. Wednesdays and Thursdays are karaoke and ladies night respectively and these days attract a lot of crowd. Youthful atmosphere and spunky decor adds to the wildness of the place.
The Sleep Train Amphitheatre is a popular venue for big-name concerts and other events attracts tens of thousands on any given evening. Lawn seating behind and above the amphitheater itself contributes to an intimate festival-like atmosphere at many events, despite the amphitheater's huge 20,000-seat capacity. Tickets are available through Ticketmaster and other outlets. The on-site box office only sells tickets on the day of the show, and only when tickets are still available. Call for event information.
10 huge screens, Dolby Digital sound systems, stadium seating and a great atmosphere make up the UltraStar Chula Vista 10. 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.
Agua Caliente in Tijuana is a historically rich tourist complex which has grown to be one of the most prominent entertainment centers in the city. There are few landmarks that are noteworthy such as the Agua Caliente Race Track where greyhound races have replaced horse racing. This complex also has several shopping centers, beautiful hotels and the city's only golf course.
Built in 1969, Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez Moreno is an indoor arena mainly used for basketball. It is home arena of the Tijuana Dragons and Galgos de Tijuana. It has the capacity to seat 5000 spectators and has Olympic and boxing gyms, tennis, volleyball and basketball courts, cafe, electronic score board and rest areas within its premises.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
Found on the upper level near the Cafe Terrace, AMC Plaza Bonita 14 plays only the latest movies out of Hollywood.
Kassebaum Theater is a cultural cult of sorts for art and theatre fanatics. It provides a lucrative platform with the best facilities for those who wish to make a name in the performance industry. The space is a meeting place for music, drama and all types of performing arts. For events and other details, look up the website.
Located in the campus of East Lake High School, this performing arts theater boasts of high quality lighting and audio systems. This place is used by the school authorities and is rented out as well. With reasonable rental rates this place is ideal for recitals and shows. With comfortable seating arrangements and green-rooms this place proves to be hassle free. From choirs to concerts, this place can organize it all.
Located in the Education Cultural Complex, in southeast San Diego, this 275 seater theater is used by the students as well as many local and national artists. Famous playwrights from August Wilson to Langston Hughes have graced the stage and performed here. The complex serves the educational, cultural and career needs of the community. There is ample parking space and cafeteria to hang around and get the feel of the campus.
This popular theater venue, located on Coronado Island, draws countless locals and tourists each year. Near the historic Hotel Del Coronado, the cabaret-style theater offers productions year-round, including musicals, lighthearted comedies, dramas and seasonal plays. Shows change four to five times each year, call for current offerings, times and prices. Dinner-theater packages are offered on Friday and Saturday evenings.
In medieval times, groups of Christian players would travel from town to town putting on mystery plays drawn from the Gospels. This theatre, founded originally for much the same purpose as the medieval troupes, carries that tradition brilliantly well, first as a street theater troupe and now as a permanent establishment. Now located in a beautiful building on Coronado Island, the theater also puts on performances at many other venues in San Diego. Performance times vary; call for current schedule. No children under five years old allowed please.