2532 Castro Valley Blvd.
Castro Valley, CA 94546
Phone: (510) 538-9501
Fax: (510) 538-9487
2532 Castro Valley Blvd. , Castro Valley, CA, US, 94546
- Phone: (510) 538-9501
- Fax: (510) 538-9487
This complex is mainly for the Castro Valley High School football, track and soccer teams. The main stadium can hold up to 4500 spectators, sporting a turf ground and making it playable even in wet weather.
This event takes place in July and it features tasting and judging of award-winning home wines by Napa Valley enologists and viticulturists, as well as live music, raffle, food, and a silent auction of vintage wines.
The Bal Theatre in San Leandro donned a new avatar after years of closure. Bought over by the dashing entrepreneur Dan Dillman, it hosts live music and comedy nights, screenings of independent and foreign films, Spanish classes and private events. Audiences love this theater for the sheer luxury it affords them in terms of spacious aisles, ample legroom, an impressive stage layout and refreshment stands. Check their website calendar for a list of upcoming events.
5000 seats for any East Bay fan on track and field, football or soccer. Located right next to the baseball diamond.
Enjoy a parade through the zoo and afterwards look for clues hidden around the zoo, to solve the spooky Scavenger Hunt during this Halloween event where trick-or-treating for kids is also offered. Help feed the animals, enjoy the Boo Choo Choo, and live music!
As part of the successful Cinemark cinema chain, Century 25 in Union City has a lot to offer the moviegoer in the Bay Area. With many screens to choose from, you won't miss out on any of the new titles and blockbuster hits plus a few of the obscure films not showcased at smaller theaters. Don't forget the popcorn and candy!
Costing USD25.5 million when first built in 1966, the Coliseum underwent renovations and became home to the Oakland Athletics, the Oakland Raiders and the Golden State Warriors. Fans gather well in advance of home games for all-out tailgate parties in the parking lot. Once inside, fans take their seats in the 50,000 capacity facility and enjoy the modern facilities and top notch sports action. The Oracle Arena, adjacent to the Coliseum, also hosts exciting events like concerts and the circus.
Oakport Street is one of the liveliest streets in Oakland. Surrounded by cafes, bars and a pulsating nightlife district, it is little wonder that this street plays host to numerous cultural and community events. A number of concerts are regular occurrences here too.
An endeavor of the renowned James Logan High School, the Center for the Performing Arts is a cultural center. In a bid, to encourage its students to go beyond the routine classroom learning, this center was started. It features a stage and also conducts art classes on a regular basis. Concerts, drama, art events and other activities pertaining to performing arts are an integral part of the Center for the Performing Arts. For more details, check website.
Regents Theater is located at The Holy Names University. The University rents it for your meetings, performances, conferences or events. With state-of-the-art facilities and modern equipment, these multi-purpose theaters are well suited for the above mentioned occasions. Equipped with high standard lighting and sound technologies that satisfy, the Regent Theater can seat up to 390 people.
Homeish aims to create a friendly and vibrant atmosphere for touring bands where they can perform, create new music and rest well. This DIY space has held many concerts featuring alternative rock musicians. Some of their past line ups are Dream Trees, Forest Floor and Jellyhead.
Each Year Alameda Civic Light Opera,ACLO, presents a program of contemporary and traditional musical theater works and limited engagement special events in the historic Kofman Theater and other Bay Area venues. ACLO's 2009 Season of Change will include three award-winning Broadway musicals from important turning points in American history including "Ragtime" (July 11, 12*, 18, 19*, 24, 25 and 26*),"Annie" (August 8, 9*, 15, 16*, 21, 22, 23*) and "Hair" (September 12, 13*, 19, 20*, 25, 26, and 27*) all performed at the Kofman Theater . Other 2009 Special performances include "Broadway's Greatest Moments" (November 7 and 8*) also at the Kofman Theater and "Sounds of the Season" (December 12 and 13*) at The Rhythmix Cultural Center.