California Theatre of the Performing Arts

Montgomery Theater

Mexican Heritage Plaza Montgomery Theater

The Mexican Heritage Plaza Theater is a 500-seat state-of-the-art theater located on the grounds of the Mexican Heritage Plaza cultural center. Both local performers, as well as nationally and internationally acclaimed touring productions perform in this venue, bringing a high quality performing arts experience to local audiences

Built in 1936, the Montgomery Theater retains its historic charm and offers audiences an intimate experience for every performance. With an elegant appearance and contemporary upgrades, it hosts a variety of local cultural and performing arts organizations, as well as corporate meetings and private events.

San Jose State University Event Center

San Jose Museum of Art

San Jose State University Event Center San Jose Museum of Art

The Event Center Arena holds 4,600 people for basketball, and more than 6,500 people for concerts. It has hosted events such as Bruce Springsteen, Prince, Sting, Faith Hill. Sporting events include the SJSU Spartan Men's and Women's Basketball teams, and 2008 Pacific Rim Gymnastics Championships.

The San Jose Museum of Art reflects the diverse cultures and innovative spirit of Silicon Valley. Through its exhibitions, programs, scholarship, and collections, SJMA connects the present and the past, the art of the West Coast and the world. The Museum fosters awareness of artists’ broad contributions to society and engages audiences with the art of our time and the vitality of the creative process

California Theatre of the Performing Arts

San Jose Repertory Theatre

California Theatre of the Performing Arts San Jose Repertory Theatre

The fun never stops at the California Theater. This huge venue hosts annual events, sporting events, theater performances, music concerts and even competitions and tournaments. The venue used to be a FOX movie theater and it has a top-notch sound system and comfortable seats.

San Jose Repertory Theatre is to engage, entertain and inspire people, produce innovative theatrical performances that offer fresh perspectives into the human condition, educational programs that promote life-long learning, and outreach initiatives that benefit our diverse community.

Center Performing Arts

San Jose McEnery Conventional Center

San Jose Center for Performing Arts San Jose McEnery Conventional Center

Built in 1972 by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, this Art Deco theater offers large windows throughout the entryways filled with natural light, allowing spectacular views of downtown San Jose. Ample spacing throughout entry areas are ideal for cocktail receptions or registration tables.

Is the main convention center for the city of San Jose, California. Its formal name is for recognition of former mayor Tom McEnery. The convention center offers 143,000 square feet (13,300 m2) of exhibit space. 31 meeting rooms are also offered, as are banquet facilities for some 5,000 persons.