And though there were a lot of staff members running around, no one stopped to help us despite us looking extremely lost. Reload this Yelp page and try your search again. What had happened was I was trying to smuggle in a bagel. Please contact for more information. I was here for the Sacanime Masquerade, and it's a lovely building. Welcome to the Black Box Theater! I loved them and felt a very heavy sadness for them at the same time. My second shock was the horrible acoustics, which echoed and changed in volume and pitch so it was rather hard to hear him at some points.
For more information, please visit. The rest of the story: the architecture is amazing, found out during the last event they still have the original pit organ, that raises and lowers from within the stage. They don't build structures like that anymore. It is a very large auditorium, and the seats are comfortable as well. I believe I read that it is a historical building.
The wine options available for the evening were a chardonnay and a cab but I didn't catch the wine brand that they had used. I am going to have to rate this venue a 3 and that's because I can't give it a 2. No balloons allowed in side. McCreless Auditorium Named after G. Many Sac residents have come here for something or other, or have at least seen it in passing amongst the variety of restaurants and bars nearby. I came here for an Ellie Goulding Concert.
Today, the building is home to the 1,000-seat McAllister Auditorium and the Speech and Theatre programs. That's messed up man-- I was really looking forward to that bagel. The Auditorium hosts a variety of events, including concerts, high school graduations, and hosted the 2007 inauguration of. They have the capability to offer refreshments from a snack bar, and it would be a great place to have a large event. We came early but most of the good seating was already filled and some people would annoyingly hold 4 seats around them. I go to many concerts and enjoy shows often but his ruined my concert experience and I think it will be a while until I go to another one again. Reload this Yelp page and try your search again.
Music Department Facilities The Music Department is housed in the state-of-the-art Mt. Music Recital Hall This 273-seat auditorium boasts an outstanding acoustic design. There were some older women that watched the door for the smoking area that get real kudos from me. The building first opened in 1956. Only reason why I'm taking a star away is because of the long lines for the bar and no beers on tap.
It was small, rock hard and wooden and looked to have been the original seat installed close to 90 years ago when the place was built. Refresh this Yelp page and try your search again. Use the various on-page filter options to sort Sacramento Memorial Auditorium tickets according to specific criteria such as category, time of day, day of the week, and month. It's kind of cold inside. Nearly 100 years old 90 to be exact , the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium has hosted a plethora of events over the years - graduations, weddings, concerts, you name it! Completed in 1926, the Auditorium opened in February, 1927.
Both professional and student productions concerts, theatrical and dance performances are presented here. Thankfully, the cosplay staff came up with a creative way for us to not lose our belongings, but having a room would have been helpful. Once purchased, your confirmation will be emailed to you to guarantee access to your selected location and serve as your payment. There was that room where all the masquerade contestants had to meet in, and where we were judged earlier that day. This Auditorium will not wow you, but it doesn't feel like a dump either if you happen to find yourself here. Our seats on the first balcony still felt very close to the stage despite being upstairs and our visibility was good - enhanced by a big screen on the stage for those in the very back. Of course we were too young to drink, but we did! It's not my first choice to see a show at though.
It was the first building constructed on the San Pedro campus between 1949 and 1950. My first shock came when I found my seat. I am so taken back by this and I don't know if I can ever fully recover. That could have worked for storing our things. Keep in mind, these were minors! Security was yelling and getting into their personal space and intentionally scaring them so that they would leave the area.