Venue Details

Molly O
They had mostly snacks and beverages available at the concessions. Didn't notice anything substantial to eat (wasn't looking, though). It's so close to downtown, so there's a lot of great dining options nearby for before or after.
Wicked dining Aug 29 2014 star this tip starred
Molly O
We drove and parked for $10 in one the the many lots nearby. No problem finding a spot.
Wicked travel Aug 29 2014 star this tip starred
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Reviews & Ratings

32 ratings
3.9 average rating
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29 events
14 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 01 2014

Good to see Dionne Warwick once again after so many years. While not the "old" voice of her youth,the evening was charming and entertaining. Home to listen to Dionne CDs and hope she will return to the Bay area soon for an encore performance....continued

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11 events
10 reviews
3 stars
attended Aug 01 2014

It was a very different type of concert. We felt we were part of a community of sister cities and were happy to be there but also a little confused. However Dionne Warwick was all we expected and she was great!

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Kris in Pleasanton
9 events
6 reviews
6 stars
attended Aug 01 2014

Dionne's performance was wonderful! She related that her flight from N.J. was rescheduled several times before she was able to get on a plane to SFO. As a result, she was very tired and explained that her voice might give out. Nonetheless, her...continued

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Website

http://www.dionnewarwicksanjose.com

Description

The show also features a special presentation of MGM Inspiring Our World Musical Journey.

About the Ticket Supplier: Sister Cities International

Sister Cities International is an international nonprofit based in Washington, DC with 56 years of experience bringing people and communities together through exchanges and public programs.

The organization’s global network is comprised of 600 U.S. cities partnered with 2,000 communities in 136 countries. Sister Cities International works through long-term, grassroots city-to-city partnerships that address international development projects, sustainable development, economic development, youth and education, arts and culture, and humanitarian assistance.