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Sleep Train Amphitheatre

2050 Entertainment Circle
Chula Vista, CA 91911

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The Sleep Train Amphitheater Chula Vista, formerly known as , Cricket Wireless and Coors Amphitheatre, is one of San Diego’s best live music venues. Located only about 17 minutes from bustling downtown San Diego, the Sleep Train Amphitheater Chula Vista first opened its doors to the public in 1998 when it was known as the Coors Amphitheatre. The Sleep Train Amphitheater Chula Vista is the largest venue of its kind in the San Diego area.

The Sleep Train Amphitheater Chula Vista has a total capacity of about 20,000 (about 10,000 from reserved seating and the other 10,000 from lawn seating). Because it has a larger capacity than the San Diego Sports Arena, Sleep Train Amphitheater Chula Vista is used primarily in the non-winter months for major concert tours.

Due to its state of the art technology and impressive capacity, the Sleep Train Amphitheater has been able to attract many of the biggest names in music to its stage over the years. Black Eyed Peas, John Mayer, Kings of Leon, Spice Girls, Aerosmith, No Doubt, Eminem, Incubus, Metallica and Jack Johnson are just a few of those featured on the Sleep Train Amphitheater schedule in the past, with plenty more lined up for future concerts.

For all the latest news and up-to-date information on what's on at the Sleep Train Amphitheater Chula Vista, make Eventful your source, and check out the Sleep Train Amphitheater schedule above.

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