Comfort Inn Near FairPlex
1421 S. Garey Ave
Pomona, CA 91766
Phone: (909) 620-0099
Fax: (909) 620-0100
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 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.
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.
Come and enjoy the a movie in the comfort of your own car in a 1950s style Drive-In. You can relive another era while enjoying the modern comfort of upgraded technology and a refurnished snack hut. While you enjoy the film you can have classic drive-in food, including popcorn, burgers and pizza.
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.
Cinemark Movies 8 has stadium seating for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Tickets come really cheap so it's a good alternative to other expensive cinemas when you want to catch the not-so-popular flicks without spending too much. Located at the The Chino Promenade Shopping Center, it's a good hang-out to catch a film if you're bored of all that shopping.
Ever since it's opening in 1932, the Bridges Auditorium has been hosting college events in the city of Claremont. The place is a premiere venue for a number of cultural and entertainment programs. Various music concerts and plays are held at this auditorium, which accommodates around 2,494 people at a time. For further details, log on to the website.
Built in 1957, the Ontario Ice Skating Arena is the perfect place to practice your ice skating skills. You can also take ice hockey classes, play broomball or take classes that teach you how to ice skate. The arena also hosts birthday parties, including serving pizza and a birthday cake.
Edwards Ontario Mountain Village 14 cineplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Catch the latest flicks at this cinema which has a busy schedule of box office hits.
Built in 1925 and situated at the heart of the Downtown, Granada Theatre has been a long-standing venue for musical concerts and theater events. The theater comprises of a large stage and has a seating capacity for 800 spectators in the classic theater style seating arrangement of balcony. In the past, the theater was used to host various Hollywood movies and was a hot-spot for cultural events. Extensively used for live events until the year 2003, the theater is now seldom used for hosting concerts and vintage movie screenings.
Gardiner Whittier Spring Auditorium, located on the Chaffey High School campus, has a rich and fascinating history. Originally built during the Depression by the Works Projects Administration and the Public Works Administration, this gorgeous Spanish Colonial-style venue includes a 1919 concert organ that (thanks to a restoration in the late 1980s) is still in excellent condition. A plethora of legendary figures have graced its stage since its 1939 dedication, including Paul Robeson, the Trapp Family Singers, Jimmy Durante, and Tony Bennett.
Located in the University Of California Los Angeles, the Glorya Kaufman Hall features state-of-the-art facilities for dance, videography and cross-cultural investigation. The former Dance Building was transformed with an $18 million gift—the largest single donation to the dance art form in America by an individual. The theater has been transformed into a three-dimensional and flexible space for performances and for teaching dance. The space is used by the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures for a wide range of dance and movement programs. The stage and seating area can be re-modified based on the performers needs.