3511 North Tracy Blvd
Tracy, CA 95376
Phone: (209) 835-1335
Fax: (209) 835-8041
3511 North Tracy Blvd , Tracy, CA, US, 95376
- Phone: (209) 835-1335
- Fax: (209) 835-8041
The focus of creative energy in downtown Tracy, the Grand Theatre Center for the Arts is the premier venue for performing arts in the city. Boasting an impressive 37,000 square feet (3437.4 square meters) of space, the venue features two theaters, three art galleries, eight classrooms, and a dance studio. If you are in Tracy and want to discover the community's culture, then do stop by here. Call to know more.
Known to be one of the greatest charity events in the valley, Wine on the Waterfront fest allows you to sample an eclectic range of food and drinks. More than a hundred wineries, micro brewers and restaurants participate at this Waterfront event. And the beautiful venue allows you to enjoy the cool evening breeze as you engage yourself in sampling the scrumptious dishes. Proceeds from this event go to the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Sacramento Area. So feast full on!
A class-A affiliate of the Oakland A's, the Stockton Ports are a member of the California League. Their home games are held at Banner Island Ballpark.
Enjoy a locally produced opera each spring and fall at the Bankhead Theater, which has recently been acoustically renovated. Each season offers a family night, so check back with the website for details.
Rodeo Grounds at Robertson Park hosts the Livermore Rodeo which is a grand event held every year. This event is known for being not only the world's fastest rodeo but also the oldest event in Livermore. Saddle bronc riding, goat tying, bucking horse, cowboys and cowgirls all make this a very entertaining event attracting large crowds. Famous rodeos are said to frequent here. So come the rodeo season and the grounds are filled with fun, frolic and activity.
Livermore High School Performing Arts Theater is a cultural cult of sorts for the school. This space is a meeting place for music, dance, drama and all other kinds of performing arts. The theater provides a lucrative platform for those who wish to make their mark in theater. Events here include plays of myriad sorts like comedy, Broadway, musicals and so on. Besides this, many cultural events, competitions and seminars also take place here. The theater also trains students through courses and workshops.
Dedicated to arts, the Bothwell Arts Center features studios and other facilities that can be hired. Musicians, singers, theater actors, cultural groups and individuals who have penchant for art are given a chance to practice and perform here and that too at an affordable price range. For more details about room rentals and event updates, check website or call ahead.
The Livermore Cinema 13 is already regarded as one of the best and most high-tech cinemas in the bay area. To top it off, the cinema boasts the second largest solar power system on the roof of a movie theater anywhere in the world. The cinema showcasing blockbuster and Hollywood studio driven films, so if you are into indie flicks, this state-of-the-art theater is not for you.
Since its inception in October 2007, Bankhead Theater of the Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center has served as a vibrant venue and a prime feature in most schedules of various performing organizations. In the past, the most notable performances have been those of local as well as national orchestra and opera groups like Livermore Valley Opera, Valley Dance Theater and Livermore-Amador Symphony. The theater has a seating capacity for 500 spectators and is equipped with amazing acoustics and technology to provide a perfect entertaining experience to its audience. Call or visit their website for event updates.
The Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center located in Tri-Valley near San Francisco is a world-class facility in every sense. Hosting numerous performances ranging from classical, jazz and folk music to dance, magic shows and speaker sessions, it seems to have all of the performing arts effectively covered. The center's Bankhead Theater with a seating capacity of 500 is regularly hired by a number of top performing art groups such as the Del Valle Fine Arts and the Livermore Valley Opera. Also, in the pipeline is an ambitious 2000-seater mega theater – The Regional Theater. Visit the website for more on ticket information and upcoming events.
Once just an old movie house, this cinema has been overhauled and made into an indie hotspot. What more could the livermore scene want, beer and great movies to be exact. This place is a must-see if you are visiting in the area and want to catch a flick and have a unique experience and maybe even a little movie buzz.