Venue Details

109 Star Starred
Balboa Theatre
Located at E. Street 868 Fourth Avenue San Diego, CA 92101
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11 events
6 reviews
3 stars
When going to Balboa Theater, remember to get your parking validated if you park in Horton Plaza. Otherwise you will pay about $8 an hour!
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1 events
1 review
4 stars
At the movie I went to they sold bagged popcorn mix, other sweet treats, wine, beer, mixed drinks and soda. They take credit card!
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Susan Boyle
57 ratings
4.1 average rating
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Carolyn Red Velvet
40 events
33 reviews
7 stars
attended Oct 08 2014

What a great voice! She is quite the character. Five stars for Susan!

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44 events
17 reviews
18 stars
attended Oct 08 2014

As others have said, she was obviously sick and admirably soldiered through the concert. Her voice was obviously affected. I enjoyed the music and her show, nevertheless. This was the first show of the tour. I am sure it will improve. The real...continued

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6 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 08 2014

The seats were to the last row in the balcony. The Balboa Theatre is quite old and the balcony seats are very close to the ones in room for knees even though I'm only 5'4". Several people moved or left due to this...continued

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About the Ticket Supplier: San Diego Theatres

San Diego Theatres is a 501©3 non-profit, public benefit corporation established to manage and operate publicly-owned performing arts theatres. We are responsible for the management, marketing, operations and maintenance of the San Diego Civic Theatre under the terms of an operating agreement with the City of San Diego. Additionally, San Diego Theatres has assumed the same responsibility for the historic Balboa Theatre in the Gaslamp Quarter under the terms of a long-term lease with the City of San Diego’s Redevelopment Agency.

San Diego Theatres strives to positively impact the community through facility enhancement projects, the advancement of a downtown theatre district, and strategic partnerships for the enrichment of the performing arts for the benefit of the region.

San Diego Theatres was established in 2003 by the San Diego Convention Center Corporation as a subsidiary non-profit corporation. The strategy of San Diego Theatres is to position itself for growth and future independence as a fully independent stand-alone entity. This is a model that will allow us to capitalize on years of service to the community, while advancing into the future with focused determination to proactively improve the performing arts experience for the citizens of the greater San Diego region.