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City National Grove of Anaheim

2200 E. Katella Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806 | Anaheim | 714-712-2750

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Across the parking lot from Angel Stadium stands the exemplary Grove of Anaheim. The front looks a bit like a 1920s movie studio while inside is lavishly decorated in retro elegance. Booking several shows a week, the Grove's entertainment ranges from music to comedy. The showroom design is especially notable: The audience chooses from a series of elevated floor sections enabling even those in the very back to see the stage.


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