Quality Inn & Suites
1170 Fairway Drive
Walnut, CA 91789
Phone: (909) 594-9999
Fax: (909) 594-9343
At the Industry Hills Expo Center, the Grand Arena is arguably the best venue for concerts and other big events in the nearby area. The arena is open through the year and can accommodate approximately 5,000 people. Covering an area of 45,000 square feet, the venue has huge projection screens as well as a well-suited sound system. The arena is home to the Annual Industry Hills Charity Pro Rodeo and also hosts a number of huge music, sport and cultural events. Do contact for details.
Bridgetown DIY is a collective-run space used for music and art. This all-ages and genre venue has a strict no alcohol and drugs policy. The graffiti artwork on its walls regularly change according to the theme or the social message it wants to convey. Credit cards are not accepted here and the prices depend upon the event. Some of their previous listings are Moon Bandits, Dharma, Mossbreaker, Electrician, The Mad Conductor and Crisis Arm.
Enjoy a night full of laughs at Brea Improv, a comedy club. The venue has regular talents perform and constantly has different events. Make sure to check the website in order to never miss a great event and dinner along with some incredible laughs.
This 199-seat theater puts on a wide variety of musicals, dramas, comedies, ballet and modern dance shows by a wide variety of local and visiting groups. The Kids Culture Club puts on eight performances every season with everything from ballet performances to jugglers. There's something for the whole family to be found on each season's schedule and it makes for a great group excursion for kids. Ticket prices may vary, so call for details.
The La Habra Community Theatre began in 1976 and has been run by volunteers since it began. It was first a childrens' theatre project and the first production was Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night." Nowadays, this community theater features plays like "Wait Until Dark," "Grease" and "The Odd Couple." Tickets are $12 Adults and $10 for students and seniors. Groups can get discounts. Call for reservations and show schedule.
Established post World War II to serve the Polish immigrants in South California, the Pope John Paul II Polish Center aims to preserve the cultural heritage of its Polish members. Operating since long, the first official mass at this center was however held in 1983, after which this place has become a hub for Polish activities. The center hosts and conducts allied activities like Polish classes, festivals catering to the community as well as events that reflect the culture. The center also takes care of the recreational aspect by conducting regular contests, sports activities and interactive sessions. Music artists and performers are also welcome here.
Stepping into Thee Chateau is like walking in a dream-like world. The place is done up with pristine white hues, with fine linens adorning the tables and and the chairs. The venue is chiefly used to celebrate weddings, cultural functions, religious meetings and other private parties. This upscale setup also provides several amenities like parking, clean up service, catering, floral arrangement, glassware and more that makes it a very convenient to organize an event here. To know more about the place, check the website.
Gymnasium that not only holds sporting events, but concerts as well on University campus.
The Glass House is a record store; it also serves as the box office for The Glass House music venue, located down the block at 200 West 2nd Street.
The New Fox Theater Pomona is an entertainment venue with a multitude of ways to entertain. The venue first started as a proud movie cinema in an era that produced legends of the big screen. Now a concert hall, theater, cinema and event venue, the theater hosts everything from parties to romantic dinners. The likes of Cake, The Flaming Lips and many more have taken to the stage here and given out memorable performances. The beautiful art-deco structure can accommodate over 2,000 guests, and is one of the most sought after event venues in the city. In all its years of reincarnation, it has had one sole purpose; to entertain. Do contact the venue or check their website for show and venue details.
The Fairplex Fair is much more than just a horse racing facility. Since 1922, it has played host to the king of all entertainment events: The LA County Fair. Test your drinking capacity at the beer competition or cheer for your favorite pig at the very popular pig races. While rock bands and ballet dancers will keep you entertained, hypnotists will take you to a different world. You're sure to be spoilt with the food choices available. And if the fair's not enough for you, don't worry, there's lots more on offer. Choose from a body art expo, the international reptile breeders show, an antique autos expo and even a flea market.
Formerly the Alician Court Theatre, the Fox Fullerton Theatre has been entertaining patrons since 1925. However in 1987, the theater closed down and was abandoned, and the plans to restore this historic landmark were underway in 2007. It has also featured in the National Register of Historic Places in 2006. Traditionally, the Fox Theater screened silent movies and Vaudeville. For more updates on the restoration project and other information, please check the website.