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Starlight Theatre is the premier entertainment treasure of the heartland, where performing arts share center stage with education. Everything from Broadway shows to live concerts perform on the stage where thousands of guests can watch, listen and...more
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I just saw a Deep Purple and Judas Priest there. OMG, What a great outdoor venue. Nice people, nice seats and great sound.
There’s no reason at all why you should feel queasy about going to this place. Primo!!
We saw the musical "Chicago" here with friends from Kansas City. The outdoor theater has 7000 seats. It is huge. There are 2 big screen TV's so we did not miss any of the action. The show we saw was filled with Broadway performers. The...More
Attended Counting Crows and Live concert this past week. The weather was awesome. the venue was so nice. Compared to other venues I thought pricing for food and drinks was normal. I paid for parking when I bought my ticket and it was a few...More
I attended the Ringo Starr concert on Labor Day. What a great experience. Parking is expensive for paved (I paid $15) but due to recent rains felt it was the best option. There are plenty of places to grab food and/or drink and the staff...More
Starlight puts on great concerts. The venue has convenient parking and the most friendly and helpful staff in town. Love the choices of entertainers. Always feel safe attending concerts here. Recently saw Jason Mraz and Ringo Star both amazing performers. It's the perfect way to...More
Came in from out of town for a long weekend and went to see Jethro Tull. Very nice venue. Ample parking, easy traffic flow in and out of the show, excellent sound system and great sight lines. The venue has a very nice appearance and...More
My wife and I went down for the Evanescence / Lindsey Stirling Concert in July. The venue is easy to get to, parking is plentiful and easy to navigate, the venue itself is beautiful, it was comfortable even on a hot day due to the...More
This show is not the quality one expects of Andrew Lloyd Weber! There is not one piece of memorable music in the whole show. The voices were good - too bad they did not have any good music to sing. Parking was a nightmare. We...More
It's awful. Fried food. Even the veggies, like fried zucchini. Everything covered with tons of gluten. Yuck!!! We haven't been in there in a long time. Not worth the money. No cocktail waitresses, so there was an... More
It's awful. Fried food. Even the veggies, like fried zucchini. Everything covered with tons of gluten. Yuck!!! We haven't been in there in a long time. Not worth the money. No cocktail waitresses, so there was an unbelievably long line for drinks which made us late for the concert. And, the two bartenders were rude and didn't want to make White Russians.
Hi, I'm trying to book seats for Oklahoma! in July at the Starlight Theatre at Balboa Park. How are the seats? Can I see from the least expensive $10 seats or will I need to upgrade if I want a semi-decent viewing?? Thanks.
June 25, 2007|
Response fromRiff M|
I have never been to that theater. I DO know that it is an outdoor amphitheater and that the custom is fo r the actors to freeze mid song when the planes fly overhead getting ready to land at Lindbergh f Field. I would imagine from other amphitheaters I have attended that IF you want to see you'd be better off in the front half.
Ideas for lodging locations & activities for retired couple (5 Replies)
We are planning short week-day trip to KC during mid Sept. Are active retirees need suggestions as to area to stay and activities, not night life. Wanted to go to Starlight Theatre as I was there as a young teenager but they don't seem to have shows all the time. Not big on art museums.
July 28, 2014|
Response fromJohn P|
I think the Country Club Plaza area would be your best bet, lots of nice restaurants and good people watching. If you like History the WWI Museum as well as Union Station are fun attractions, those are basically connected to the Westin Hotel in Crown Center, if thats your thing I would consider Crown Center
Food/Restaurants (3 Replies)
We have 4 nights in BBNP beginning March 26. Staying at Chisos Lodge. Looks like the only restaurant in the park is the Mountain View Restaurant, correct? For lunches, we will just pick up food at a grocery store before coming into the park but what about Dinners? Was thinking mostly about the Starlight Theatre and La Kiva restaurants. Are the Terlingua/Study Butte restaurants worth the drive or should we just stick it out at the Lodge. Thanks for the input in advance
February 05, 2013|
Haven't eaten at Terlingua or Study Butte, so can't really compare. The food at the lodge was fine the last time we ate there--not gourmet but well prepared. There is also a store right by the lodge and visitor's center that sells sandwiches, fruits, snacks, etc. You can also buy a boxed lunch through the lodge with a little bit of advance notice.