49713 Gorman Post Rd.
Gorman, CA 93243
Phone: (661) 248-6411
Fax: (661) 248-6415
J.R.'s Comedy Club hosts nightly performances from some of the hottest local and nationally touring stand-up comedians. The club also hosts fundraisers and private events.
Always wanted to know how petroleum mining is done? Then the California Oil Museum is a place you should surely visit. This unique and interesting museum is all about the valuable natural resource found under Mother Earth. Started as headquarters of the Union Oil Company, this beautiful Queen Anne building now houses the museum. The museum tells you a story of the prosperity and wealth that petroleum brought into the lives of Californians. Interactive displays, exercises, videos, games and hand on experience of mining make the trip worthwhile. Not only children, but the grown ups would also love spending time here. The museum facility is also available as a rental space for private events like luncheons, conferences and meetings. For further information please contact the museum website.
Located in the Old Town Newhall, Reperatory East Playhouse is a premier facility to catch up on various theatrical performances. These are either performed by local theater groups or national theater groups. Here, you get a chance to experience variety of acts ranging from comedy and musical shows to even the melodramatic ones. The stage and the interiors of the hall are well equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure and technology to provide an entertaining experience to the audience. Visit their website for show updates.
Named after a major benefactor and developer, Paul Griffin Junior, Griffin Stadium is located on the Moorpark College Campus. It is a state-of-the-art venue venue for athletic events and has a seating capacity for more than 4000 spectators. The stadium was a part of a major development work carried out at the college in 1980s. Today, the stadium comprises of running tracks surrounding the center field, which is used for other field sports. Call for event updates and more details.
House Of The Book is one of the most sought after venues located within the American Jewish University. The venue designed by architect Sidney Eisenshtat in 1973 is one of the largest on campus. The stain glass windows in the corridors and rooms are exceptionally beautiful. A place ideal for all performing art events, it also features a library within. For more details on upcoming shows and schedules, visit the website or call ahead.
Palmdale Amphitheater is a venture to bring together talented artists and performing arts lovers. Musicals, concerts, rocking performances and spectacular shows make this place a must when in Palmdale. This theater is situated within the popular Marie Kerr Park in the city of Palmdale. Contact them for more information on the latest events to be hosted at this amphitheatre.
An unassuming boxing rink close to the Bakersfield High School, Munoz Boxing Gym is where many amateur boxers train and exchange punches with opponents during matches. However, the programing at this intimate venue is not limited to hosting boxing matches, as it also stages performances of independent punk bands. Walk in for a performances here and you can listen to loud, thumping sounds by bands similar to the ones like BloodKrow Butcher, Carcinogenz, Six Brew Bantha and Suffering Luna, who have performed here in the past. Truly a delight for the underground music lovers!
Previously known as the Bakersfield Centennial Garden & Convention Center, the Rabobank Arena, Theater & Convention Center is a grand venue for all kinds of concerts, trade fairs and sporting events. With a capacity to seat 3000 people at a go, this place promises fun and entertainment galore. Come and watch wrestling, ice hockey or football or just simply listen to one of your favorite bands play. Make sure you check out the prohibited objects and the event dates and hours.
Chris Isaak, Earth Wind and Fire, the Harry Potter movies and the Moscow Ballet's Great Russian Nutcracker have the Bakersfield's Fox Theater in common. This venue is open to practically every kind of event, both public and private. It hosts plays, concerts, seminars, readings, proms, corporate functions and more. This Art Deco theater dates back to 1930 and has become a prominent city landmark. Something interesting is always happening here, so don't forget to book your tickets well in advance!
The Orcutt Ranch Horticulture Center is 210 acre (84.98 hectares) Historic Cultural Monument, which is open to the public as a park and a rental space. Built in 1903, the structures in the center display the Spanish Colonial Revival Style of architecture. The park is a great place of picnics and outdoor fun. The facility is also available on rent for private events and programs. This place has also been designated as the Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument-31.
Ventura College's Theatre Arts Department prides itself on giving students an opportunity to become involved in the performing arts. The theater produces a number of plays each year, produced entirely by students, and hosts the annual One-Act Play Festival. See website for more information.
Rollerama is an entertainment venue which features roller skating. The park has a rink for roller skating as well as various ice skating rinks. You can come here to watch their various events or book the place for a party.