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This historic venue was built in 1912 and since then has been host to a variety of shows including plays, musicals, comedy shows and concerts. The Spreckles Theatre has been a vaudeville house, a movie palace, and now a theater. This architectural masterpiece is considered as one of the finest theaters in the country.
St. Joseph Cathedral is a quaint Roman Catholic church that is located in the heart of San Diego, at Downtown. The religious site owns various ministries, programs and Parish groups to perform charity works in the city. One may also receive sacraments at St. Joseph Cathedral for important events like baptism and wedding. Along with the routine prayer services, the cathedral also holds special workshops encouraging participants to probe deeply into the scriptures and history behind such revelations as the Gospel of Saint John.
If you wish to enjoy power-packed live music then the Music Box is your place to be. This fantastic club has a very busy calender with performers like Robert DeLong, Julieta Venegas, David Cook and Ginuwine entertaining local music fans. The venue is simply impressive with a massive LED screen that gives you a great view of the stage and the artwork that surrounds this place puts you in the right mood for the evening that is yet to follow. There is a bar on site that has all the necessary arsenal to keep you in high spirits throughout the evening. Music Box also has VIP rooms along with an intimate lounge for after-show drinks.
A popular chain of concert venues, House of Blues is no foreigner to regular concert-goers. The San Diego venue offers pretty much the same experience as other HOBs around the country, but word is that the sound quality excels. The likes of Jakob Dylan, The Greyboy Allstars, The Fab Four, Switchfoot, and De La Soul, have performed here. Running up to 15 shows a week sometimes, the venue has garnered sufficient attention in spite of being around for barely one year.
The Firehouse Museum is the oldest firehouse in San Diego and displays numerous old fire engines, including "The Lancaster," an 1841 hand-pulled steam engine. Also on display are rare photos and equipment from the 1880s, badges, uniforms, helmets and memorabilia from firefighters of days gone by. Items from San Diego and around the world are on display. Come here to learn about the old ways of fighting fires; the kids will love it.