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This wonderful theater, with all the flourishes one would expect knowing it was built in the late 1940s, now offers some films, but more live performances. Both the sound system and acoustics are fine for either movie or live performances. Most recently, we saw Oscar-nominated...More
There are few theatres left that are as old as this one. Originally built in 1912 as the Empress, it was later revamped in 1949 and has pretty much been the same since including all the cool neon lights. Very ornate ceiling, walls and lighting....More
Amos Lee played at the Crest Theater Tuesday night... Ya, that may have influenced this review!
The whole evening was awesome. The theater is classic and quaint.
Easy access with parking around the corner. Atmosphere was enticing with nooks, high end bars and local mom...More
I've been to several concerts at the Crest and while it's a beautiful old movie theater it's not real conducive for most music concerts. First, the seating is not real comfortable and getting up to dance is prohibited. Second, the lighting is real basic for...More
Lovely place. Old time feel, and yet, modern. Very beautiful inside. The ceilings are amazing. We went for a concert. Brian Seltzer. It was amazing.
The seats are a bit uncomfortable. The stairs are a bit odd. One big, one small,,one big one small. Watch...More
Saw a group called Naturally 7 at the Crest. Excellent venue. Not a bad seat in the house. My husband and I sat in the first row of the balcony. Had a great view of the show. We would definitely see another group here if...More
The Crest is a Sacramento landmark. My girlfriend and I are lucky enough to see movies here quite frequently, and we love it! The old theater has charm and style, and makes for a fun date night. We usually walk down, grab a bite to...More
This was our first time going to the Crest Theatre. Our friends in the group called “Get The Led Out” a Zeppelin tribute band from Philadelphia were preforming. I talked with the Crest manager Renee and told her what a great venue this was. We...More