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Ever since it's opening in 1932, Bridges Auditorium located on the Pomona College campus has provided a multi-cultural event space in the city of Claremont. The auditorium not only functions as an entertainment venue, but it also hosts talks and exhibitions as well. A few names from the illustrious list of entertainers that have graced its stage include Spanish guitarist Andres Segovia, Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Goodman, Bill Clinton, Willie Nelson, Dave Chappelle and Steve Martin. Bridges Auditorium accommodates around 2,494 people and its Northern Italian Renaissance architecture is a treat unto itself.
The Toyota Arena is Ontario's major event center which hosts events like NBA D-league games, high-profile concerts and ECHL ice hockey. As far as seating is concerned, the arena can accommodate around 11000 spectators on the main floor, in addition to 36 luxury suites. The arena is primarily used as the home grounds for the American Hockey League's Ontario Reign and the Ontario Fury from the Professional Indoor Hockey League, but the arena also hosts Disney on Ice, Moto-Cross and other events throughout the year.
The Fox Theater Pomona is an all-purpose venue that has a multitude of entertainment options. The venue first started as a proud movie cinema in 1931 during an era that produced legends on the silver screen. Today it serves as a concert hall, theater, cinema, and event venue, where the theater hosts everything from private parties to romantic dinners. The beautiful Art Deco structure is one of the most sought-after event venues in the city.
The Glass House is located in downtown Pomona and it functions as an all-ages concert venue. The type of music is mostly hard rock, punk, pop and death metal, however sometimes visitors can see hip-hop, Tejano, country and other styles. Most of the bands are local and each one of the bands brings something eclectic to the intimate stage. If you want to find some of the music, don't forget to visit the Glass House Record Store, located down the block at 248 West Second Street and find the band you saw on stage.
Back to the Grind Coffee House isn't your average coffee joint. Unlike most places, this is not where you would come for a cup of coffee and a bit of quiet; this coffee house serves its coffee hot and its music loud. An uncanny coffee house with a bar-like ambiance, this place never fails to produce an absolutely enjoyable experience. Featuring a line up of some of the most renowned local bands and solo artists, the excitement in here is set to a constant high-level. Tap your feet to the music, as you sip on a delightful cup of the popular espressos and cappuccinos. The food menu features a delectable of variety of sandwiches, bagels and salads, with scrumptious vegan and vegetarian options.