Venue Details

467 Star Starred
La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts
14900 La Mirada Boulevard La Mirada, CA 90638
562-944-9801
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Albert R.
you can bring in drinks with a lid, except for red wine
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Trish Gussler
Cabo Taco is way on the other side of the shopping center from La Mirada. Great food and really good craft beers!
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4.9 average rating
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30 events
15 reviews
2 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

Wow! WAR still has it going on! They funked the house. I don't think there was anyone there who didn't enjoy themselves, including the bird-call guy who was an excellent dancer on stage. The La Mirada Theater was a perfect venue. Not a bad...continued

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13 events
3 reviews
4 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

I ENJOYED THE EVENT. WAR WAS AWSOME.I LOOK FORWARD TO ATTENDING MORE EVENTS AT THE LAMIRDA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER.

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7 events
3 reviews
0 stars
attended Mar 21 2009

The sound quality started off poor, but improved as the show went on. Not a bad seat in the house. Unfortunate that the La Mirada Theatre will sell you alcohol and food, but will not let you enjoy it while watching the show.

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Description

War was the first and most successful musical crossover phenomenon that forever fused rock, jazz, Latin, and R&B, while transcending racial and cultural barriers with a multi-ethnic line-up; a musical melting pot and an enduring influence that has sold nearly 25 million records to date.

Today, War is a permanent part of America’s pop cultural landscape — a touring act that performs 150 shows a year and whose catalogue of timeless hits permeates our everyday lives.

Their classic hits include:

“Spill The Wine”

“Low Rider”

“Why Can’t We Be Friends?”

“The Cisco Kid”

“Me and Baby Brother”

“The World Is A Ghetto”

“Slippin’ Into Darkness”

“Gypsy Man”

“All Day Music”