236 The Soraya - Great Hall Tips
- Casual 2
- Parking is a breeze 2
- Parking is cheap 2
- Parking is free 2
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
Buenos Aires Grill, to match with the Argentinian music theme
The golf carts were a blessing for us seniors from the parking lot. Thank you‼️
leave enough time as the walk from the parking to the theatre takes about 8-10 minutes
Lum-Ka-Naad on nearby Reseda Blvd has great Thai food and is open past midnight for an aftershow meal.
Don't go if you have kids. Venue is not kid friendly. Read my review.
The weather was Coolidh. I wore Casual.
Must pay $6, not unreasonable at all. Lots of help, so getting to/in/out easy, despite an almost sold-out performance.
We went to a near by highly Yelp--reviewed spot--lots of good ethnic places close by, or would be nice to done there since setting is lovely.
Venue has great acoustics. Looks like a smaller version of Walt Disney Concert Hall. Has a charming pool around 1 or 2 sides of building. Go early for a drink or cocktail.
Spanish Harlem Orchestra: Salsa Navidad
Understand - this isn't really Fats Waller's music. It's extreme experiments and interpretive jazz "versions" of Waller's compositions.
The seats at the Valley Performing Arts Center at CSUN were too long! I'm 5'3" and my feet didn't even touch the ground.
Jason Moran: Fats Waller Dance Party
The weather was a nice fall night.. I wore A nice pair of jeans and a nice top. It was chilling so take a wrap..
The parking lot is a bit of a distance from the venue, so plan on getting there early enough so you don't have to run. =)
The weather was fine.. I wore casual evening clothing..
Yike! parking is $6 ...plus a refreshing to the theater.
Bathrooms on every gloor. First floor tends to be full