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423 Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Terrace Theater Tips
- Dressy 3
- Casual 2
- Take public transit 2
- Arrive early 2
- Parking is expensive 1
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
Parking easy in garage, I think it was $15. But can park on nearby streets for free if you get there early, check signs carefully. Inside, ushers are ridiculous about cameras. They were more disruptive trying to get people to stop using their cell phones for pictures than the cell phones themselves. Of course, NOTHING said about cameras on web site or Goldstar ticket. I took still pictures with my small camera between songs and the usher hassled me. But a lady 2 rows in front of me was recording most of the show with her screen turn up to full bright, usher did nothing about her until last song. Why bother at that point?
If you go to the Terrace Theatre in Long Beach, park on the lower level, in the lot on Seaside Drive, between Shoreline Drive and Ocean Ave., then it's a short walk up stairs to the plaza of the theatre. If youu are early for the show, walk across the street from the plaza, to the Westin Hotel which has a Grill bar in the lobby, serving Happy Hour entrees, appetizers and wine at good prices, as well as a TV for watching sports..
Lovely venue, little tricky to find the right parking lot, no real food in theatre (cafe had alcohol and pretzels). Tables outside: I’d recommend bringing a picnic dinner!
The weather was Slight chill. I wore When you go out to a performance as this, don’t be a slob. Be respectful of the people around you. Remember that it’s a performance so don’t dress like you’re going to change a tire. Propriety!.