HIGHLAND, CA – Yaamava’ Theater christened its opening night by playing host to an exclusive private performance by Grammy-award winning artists, Red Hot Chili Peppers, in the all new state-of-the-art theater.
Yaamava’ Theater is poised to become one of Southern California’s must-see entertainment venues, bringing an intimate theater experience to the region. The inaugural performance by Red Hot Chili Peppers, who recently received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, set the stage for future performances by some of the world’s biggest names in entertainment. Their private performance at Yaamava’ Theater comes on the heels of their latest album release, Unlimited Love, and in anticipation of their world tour throughout Europe and the U.S.
“For 35 years, we have provided our guests with best-in-class gaming and entertainment, and now we are taking it to the next level with Yaamava’ Theater,” said Peter Arceo, General Manager at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino. “We are grateful for the tribe’s vision and execution of the latest milestone in our resort and casino expansion allowing us to offer even more memorable experiences at the top entertainment destination in Southern California.”
Yaamava’ Theater is equipped with the latest entertainment technology and premium seating comforts. The theater has a maximum capacity to accommodate approximately 3,000 guests, which can scale down to 2,500 for shows with reserved seating only, providing a unique experience unavailable elsewhere.
“We are proud to have built a venue that provides an intimate and thrilling experience that can’t be replicated,” said Drew Dixon, Vice President of Entertainment at Yaamava’ Resort & Casino. “More importantly, we are excited about the talent we have in store and can’t wait to bring top entertainment to our guests and community.”
Yaamava’ Theater surrounds guests in state-of-the-art acoustic sound, making it the ideal venue for fans who enjoy a more private and exclusive evening. The theater also offers an immersive visual experience with three large video walls, a broadcast-quality video room, and two large catwalks extending into the house for greater lighting and video production adaptability that will bring fans closer to their favorite artists.
Located in the Inland Empire, 60 miles from Los Angeles, Yaamava’ Theater is the final phase of the $760 million Yaamava’ Resort & Casino expansion.