Museum and gallery exhibitions, live performances and more round out a vibrant arts community in Sacramento.
Since bursting into the Sacramento scene, B Street Theatre continues to keep critics raving and audiences coming back for contemporary productions ranging from popular classics to debuts/ The two-theater playhouse on Capitol Avenue in Midtown is home to the Mainstage Series, Family Series, and Music Series.
This organization brings bold, intimate live theater to the heart of Midtown.
The Roommate by Jen Silverman June 19-21
Between Riverside and Crazy by Stephen Adly Guirgus Aug. 28-Sept. 29
Broadway Sacramento is Northern California’s premier producer and presenter of musical theater, and the largest nonprofit musical theater in California.
Eclectic yet refined. Classic yet surprising. The Crocker Art Museum has the nation's premier collections of art from the Golden State, plus European, Asian, African and Oceanic works, international ceramics, and one of America's finest early collections of European master drawings.
Big Ideas: Richard Jackson’s Alleged Paintings Through Aug. 25
The Race to Promontory: The Transcontinental Railroad and the American West June 23–Sept. 29
Chiura Obata: An American Modern June 23–Sept. 29
Blue Line Arts provides high-caliber art exhibitions showcasing the works of regional and national artists.
Verge Center for the Arts includes contemporary art exhibitions, arts residencies, and educational programming.
With three intimate state-of-the-art performance venues, the Harris Center
hosts upwards of 450 dance, theater and music events a year, featuring both local and international touring artists.
Todd Rundgren: The Individualist Tour June 27
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Aug. 5–6
David Sanborn’s Double Vision Band Aug. 7
One Night of Queen Aug. 22
Get Happy: Angela Ingersoll Sings Judy Garland Aug. 25