1185 Admiral Callaghan Ln.
Vallejo, CA 94591
Phone: (707) 648-1400
Fax: (707) 552-8623
1185 Admiral Callaghan Ln. , Vallejo, CA, US, 94591
- Phone: (707) 648-1400
- Fax: (707) 552-8623
This multiplex has 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. 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.
Come summer and people in and around Vallejo gather at the fairgrounds which comes alive at this season in time. The fair-grounds feature a multitude of events ranging from horse-racing to golf to dog shows and gun shows. Plus, there is also music and entertainment for the whole family at the Lush green grounds. For more details on current events, do visit the website or call ahead.
Enjoy year round entertainment from this symphony that performs everything from classical to pops.
Founded in 1967, this theatre is Solano County's oldest and largest performing arts company solely dedicated to musical theater. All aspects of live musical theater is performed and taught at this theatre.
The Foley Cultural Center is a local venue for cultural gatherings located in the Greater Vallejo Recreational District. The center is well equipped for cultural events and regularly hosts classes like Latin, ballroom, belly-dancing, martial arts and more. It can also entertain a meeting for around 15 people, and seat a maximum of 500 people for a banquet or a social celebration. For more details and the rates, do check the website or call ahead.
Located across Walnut Avenue, the Mare Island Sports Center is a multi-sports center. With an area of 61,000 square feet and seating capacity of 1200 people, it hosts variety of sporting events and competitions. It features indoor soccer fields and space for sporting activities like wrestling, boxing and basketball. For more details, call ahead.
A nonprofit professional theatre company that has been developing, producing, and presenting contemporary American plays and musicals since 1974.
There is something oddly fascinating about watching workers here take sugar and fruit juice mixed with a few other ingredients and turn it all into gourmet jelly beans. Free, guided tours leave every few minutes and walk you through the process from mixing, forming and tumbling to polishing and packaging. The visitor center includes (what else?) a candy store. Visitors get to sample test flavors and rate them for potential marketing. Several San Francisco bus tours are available.
This multiplex has eight screens for your viewing pleasure. 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.
This annual event is the largest fund raising function held by the Napa Valley Symphony League and features the presentation of around twenty five table-top trees that have been bedecked for the holiday season by artists, designers, and businesses; one should call for the dates of this event that usually occurs during the holiday season.
A hair salon and live music venue all in one, Headfeathers is truly a unique stop in Napa, California. As a salon, Headfeathers offers its customers talented and promising stylists who have been trained in advanced techniques to help create a personalized style based on hair type, facial structure, and body shape. If a person is unhappy with their cut, Headfeathers offers a full refund. Behind the salon, in the courtyard of Headfeathers, is an intimate setting for live music performances. With tables, wine, and small appetizers, the Music in the Courtyard concerts provide excellent entertainment in live blues, R&B, soul and funk music.
Originally a movie palace, downtown Napa's majestic theater was shuttered for a decade before re-opening in 2010 as a concert venue. A local builder, who remembers the Uptown from his youth, expanded the stage and lovingly restored the interior to its art deco origins. Be sure to look up at the murals on the ceiling and take in the small details, like the iron-accented sidelights, that make this theater a distinctive place to catch a national act.