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House of Blues San Diego

1055 Fifth Avenue, San Diego, California (Core-Columbia) United States

619-299-2583

House of Blues® San Diego is a premier restaurant and entertainment venue located in the downtown business district with the ambiance of an old Southern Delta Juke Joint. The 30,000 square foot site features indoor and outdoor space, offering a rich setting for corporate and private events, meetings and premiere parties. [more]

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J. Thom Lawler Arena

315 Turnpike Street, San Diego, California United States

978-837-5341

J. Thom Lawler Arena Thanks to the efforts of three Merrimack alumni- John Donovan 78, Ron Connors 78, and Ken Duane 80 - the Merrimack College hockey rink is now called the J. Thom Lawler Arena. The Merrimack alumni issued a challenge in September, 2001 and proudly announced at the end of the 2002-2003 season that the challenge was a success [more]

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The Abbey on Fifth

2825 Fifth Ave, San Diego, California United States

619-686-8700

The Abbey on Fifth For 100 years The Abbey has stood prestigiously on Fifth Avenue, bordering scenic Balboa Park. Boasting classic style and historic charm, the distinguished building is an ideal venue for special celebrations. What you Get 3 Hours of Event Time in The Abbey Two Drinks Tickets per Person Cash Bar with The [more]

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Birch North Park Theatre

2891 University Avenue, Suite #1, San Diego, California United States

619-231-5714

Birch North Park Theatre This Theatre represents the culmination of years of planning and dedication by the North Park community, the City of San Diego, developer Bud Fischer, and Lyric Opera San Diego. It has been been awarded an "Orchid" for its architectual achievement. As owner of this Theatre, Lyric Opera San Diego takes particular pride [more]