DOWNTOWN BURBANK SUMMER DANCE CONCERTS
Free • Every Thursday • July & August
Each Thursday evening in July & August Downtown Burbank Partnership presents a free dance band concert series outdoors on the AMC Walkway in Downtown Burbank. The evenings kick off at 6:00 P.M. with free dance lessons and the dance concerts start at 7:00 P.M. more
THE STARLIGHT BOWL
Nestled in the Verdugo Mountains, the Starlight Bowl is Burbank's premiere outdoor entertainment venue. The Starlight Bowl's convenient location, great sight lines, grassy picnic area and comfortable seating are complemented by the high quality family entertainment presented on July 4th and each Sunday evening throughout the summer. The Sunday evening concerts begin at 6:30 P.M. except as noted below. Following the annual 4th of July celebration, July 11 through August 15, you can expect the best in music and entertainment.
THE COLONY THEATRE
Downtown Burbank’s Colony Theatre has received many awards and distinctions, including being named one of "25 Notable U.S. Theatre Companies" by Encyclopedia Britannica Almanac for six years in a row. The 2009-10 season includes: Visiting Mr. Green; the West Coast Premiere of Better Angels; the West Coast Premiere of Celadine; Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris; and the 2007 Tony Award winning Jay Johnson: The Two & Only. http://www.colonytheatre.org/currentseason.shtml
THE FALCON THEATRE
4252 Riverside Drive
The 130-seat performing arts space is situated in Burbank's media district near Disney Studios, NBC, Warner Brothers and Universal Studios. Built by longtime Toluca Lake resident Garry Marshall, the Falcon Theatre opened its doors in November of 1997. Mr. Marshall, who directs movies when he's not playing softball, has a self described "lifelong addiction to theatre" and hopes that the Falcon will become a place where old friends and emerging talent can come together to create exciting work on stage.
AMC TOWN CENTER BURBANK 6
770 N. First
AMC TOWN CENTER BURBANK 8
Burbank Town Center
AMC TOWN CENTER BURBANK 16
125 E. Palm
THE GORDON HOWARD MUSEUM
AND THE BURBANK HISTORICAL Society
1015 W. Olive Ave
The Burbank Historical Society was founded in 1973 by a group of individuals who were committed to collecting and preserving the rich history of the community of Burbank.
Incorporated in 1975, the Society operates the Gordon R. Howard Museum which includes an 1887 Victorian house, a memorabilia building including a Lockheed Aviation display and other historical artifacts, a vintage vehicle building, a salon and the Ray Sence addition in which 19th century era rooms are shown. Open Saturday and Sunday 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Sports & Entertainment
DE BELL GOLF COURSE
1500 E. Walnut Ave
This club offers a regulation eighteen hole course and a par 3 course. The Regulation Course is very tight and hilly, yet still enjoyable for beginners. It's a great place for the whole family to play. The ladies often play from two sets of tees on this course, while the men play from the same tees. William F. Bell redesigned the Regulation Course in 1966, followed by Richard Bigler in 1984. The Par 3 Course has no water or sand hazards, but is still excellent for tuning up your wedge shots.
PICKWICK ENTERTAINMENT CENTER & ICE ARENA
1001 W Riverside Drive
This family entertainment center offers bowling, food and a full-size ice skating rink! Well-maintained and friendly place for families to have some fun. Wear warm clothes, including mittens or gloves if you are going to be on the ice!
Hours: Mon-Wed-Fri 1:15-5:30P.M.; Sat-Sun 2:30P.M.-4:30 P.M.;
Evenings: Wed 8:15-9:45 P.M.; Sat 8-10 P.M.
Ages: 4 and up
Cost: Adult $6; Youth (under eighteen) $5