About Us

Venue History 

Built in 1998, City National Grove of Anaheim originally opened as Tinseltown Studios, an awards show themed venue. In 1999, the facility was converted into a concert venue and renamed as The Sun Theatre, before changing its name to The Grove of Anaheim. In 2002, the City of Anaheim purchased the venue and selected Nederlander Concerts to be the exclusive manager, operator and programmer of the Southern California gem. On January 24, 2011, the venue’s name was updated to City National Grove of Anaheim, following a naming rights agreement with City National Bank.

About the City National Grove of Anaheim

City National Grove of Anaheim is a versatile 1,700-seat facility, located adjacent to Angel Stadium in the heart of Orange County, California. Known for legendary performances by Prince, Merle Haggard, Lewis Black, Ray Charles and Stevie Nicks, among many others, City National Grove of Anaheim hosts today’s top artists in an intimate setting.

Consistently ranked as a “Top 10 Stop” in North America, the City National Grove of Anaheim is a premier entertainment venue for artists and fans alike. With state-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment, great sightlines, exquisite full service catering and an experienced staff that is ready to create a one-of-a-kind event of any size.

Under Nederlander’s management, the multipurpose, indoor venue annually hosts more than 250 events including live concerts, family shows, comedy, community and private events. Plus, Nederlander was the first promoter to bring live theatre to the City National Grove of Anaheim with the Broadway touring productions of Rock of Ages, Stomp, Rent and others.

About Nederlander Concerts

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Nederlander Concerts promotes and produces a wide range of quality live entertainment across the Western United States. This boutique event promotion firm exclusively operates and programs the most coveted and awarded small to mid-size venues including The Greek Theatre and the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, the Santa Barbara Bowl, City National Grove of Anaheim and City National Civic of San Jose. In addition, the company promotes events at third party arenas, theatres and clubs up and down the coast including the Galen Center at the University of Southern California, San Diego Civic, RIMAC Arena and Field at UC San Diego and Raley Field in Sacramento.

For more information please visit NederlanderConcerts.com