City National Grove of Anaheim

The City National Grove of Anaheim is an indoor, live music venue in Anaheim, California owned by Nederlander Concerts of Los Angeles. It has a capacity of around 1,700 people.

The Grove is located immediately east of Interstate 5 on Katella Avenue, less than two miles (3.2 kilometers) from the Disneyland Resort. The Grove is located near the northwest corner of the parking lot at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, home of the Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball. It is also close to the Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, which has Amtrak and Metrolink service.

Tinseltown Studios, an awards show themed facility, debuted as City National Grove of Anaheim in 1998. The structure was transformed into a music venue in 1999 and called The Sun Theatre before becoming The Grove of Anaheim. The City of Anaheim purchased the theater in 2002 and appointed Nederlander Concerts as the venue’s exclusive manager, operator, and programmer. Following a naming rights arrangement with City National Bank, the venue’s name was changed on January 24, 2011 to City National Grove of Anaheim.

Bob Dylan, B.B. King, Ray Davies, Jeff Beck & Johnny Depp, Air Supply, Chiquis, Enrique Bunbury, Julio Iglesias, Joe Satriani, Boz Scaggs, Halford, Merle Haggard, George Lopez, Jamie Foxx, Seal, MattyBRaps, Machine Gun Kelly (musician), Something Corporate, Live, Everclear, and Jaguares have all performed here.


The City National Grove of Anaheim is a flexible 1,700-seat facility located near to Angel Stadium in the center of Orange County, California. The City National Grove of Anaheim, known for famous performances by Prince, Merle Haggard, Lewis Black, Ray Charles, and Stevie Nicks, among many others, hosts today’s best musicians in an intimate environment.

The City National Grove of Anaheim, consistently regarded as a “Top 10 Stop” in North America, is a great entertainment venue for performers and spectators alike. With cutting-edge sound and lighting technology, excellent sightlines, superb full-service catering, and an experienced crew ready to create a one-of-a-kind event of any size.

Under Nederlander’s supervision, the multipurpose indoor venue holds over 250 events each year, including live concerts, family performances, comedy, community, and private events. Furthermore, Nederlander was the first producer to bring Broadway touring plays of Rock of Ages, Stomp, Rent, and others to the City National Grove of Anaheim.


Nederlander Concerts, headquartered in Los Angeles, promotes and produces a diverse spectrum of high-quality live entertainment throughout the Western United States. This boutique event promotion organization only operates and organizes the most desirable and awarded small to mid-size venues, including The Greek Theatre and Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, the Santa Barbara Bowl, City National Grove in Anaheim, and City National Civic in San Jose. Furthermore, the organization promotes events at third-party arenas, theaters, and clubs all 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.

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