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Alejandro Aranda

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Golden State Theatre

417 Alvarado St.

Monterey, CA 93923

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Get excited Monterey... Scarypoolparty is coming to the Golden State Theatre!

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Show Schedule:

  • Doors: 7:00pm
  • Show: 8:00pm

COVID-19 INFO:

  • The Golden State Theatre is requiring a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours or proof of full vaccination for entrance into the venue. At this time, masks are optional but strongly encouraged!

The Golden State Theatre is committed to the safety and health of every patron. This event's status may change due to developing local, state, and federal safety policies, but we'll keep you posted if that's the case.

Refund requests will only be honored if this show is canceled or needs to be postponed for any reason. Refund requests will NOT be honored if a change of venue (i.e. an outdoor venue) is required due to local, state, or federal safety policies. Refund requests will also NOT be honored due to changes in the Golden State Theatre’s COVID-19 attendance policies. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to this refund policy.

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Performers

Alejandro Aranda

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Location

Golden State Theatre

417 Alvarado St.

Monterey, CA 93923

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Refund policy

No Refunds

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Designed by the noted San Francisco architectural firm of Reid & Reid, the Golden State Theatre is a atmospheric movie palace. The interior features walls inspired by a Moorish castle and the ceiling has a fresco of a "canopy" with slight borders of "sky" showing around the perimeter. This gives the feeling of sitting in an open-air courtyard. The theater was originally equipped with lighting to simulate sunrises and sunsets.

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