House of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim, CA)

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INFO House of Blues Anaheim, situated in the Downtown Disney District (just minutes away from Disneyland Park), is a two-story restaurant, bar, nightclub, and concert venue. Since opening its doors in 2001, the venue has built... ... read more

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    Anaheim, CA
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    1530 Disneyland Drive
    Anaheim, CA 92802

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House of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) Information

House of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) - Concert Venue in Los Angeles.

House of Blues Anaheim, situated in the Downtown Disney District (just minutes away from Disneyland Park), is a two-story restaurant, bar, nightclub, and concert venue. Since opening its doors in 2001, the venue has built up an impressive reputation for its food and music. The entire house's capacity is almost 1,700 people.

House of Blues Restaurant offers a number of traditional American dishes, such as jambalaya, sweet potato fries and St. Louis ribs, in addition to a full bar and cocktail menu.

The venue has quickly become a popular space for both world-renowned and up-and-coming musical acts of all genres. Past concerts and performers at the House of Blues include Paramore, Young the Giant, Good Charlotte, House of Pain, Thrice and Colbie Caillat.

House of Blues is also recognized for its collection of famous art pieces from an area in Alabama, called Gee’s Bend, and consists of antique quilts that have appeared on United States postage stamps. In tribute to the historical art, it is said that a metal box of mud from the Mississippi Delta is buried underneath the venue’s stage.

House of Blues Anaheim (Anaheim, CA) User Reviews

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A Good Spot
Ashleigh C. Aug 10, 2013
First of all-location, location, location! The House of Blues is in downtown Disney which is filled with fun shops and things to do. They always book great bands, especially weekend nights. The place can get packed but it is spacious enough, especially for such an intimate concert venue. I've never eaten there, but they definitely don't stiff you when they pour the drinks and prices are pretty much on par. I had an $8.00 martini and my friend had a beer for $6.00. The crowd ranges but tends to be mid twenties, friendly, and a lot of fun! Great place to check out. The only downside is that sometimes the waitstaff gets a bit busy and getting drinks will take a while. Patience and kindness pay off, here!
Rock N Roll
Julio D. Jun 18, 2013
Never been disappointed when this spot. Not only is the restaurant aspect of this place good but the venue itself is very spacious and comfortable for both sitting and standing. Seen some amazing bands here, can't wait for the next show!
Intimate, yet Spacious
Lauren G. Feb 8, 2013
My Take: The House of Blues in Anaheim is one of my favorite concert venues. The venue itself is the perfect size. It's spacious, yet intimate. You can watch the performance up close on the floor by the stage, or you can sit down and watch it from the terrace. I recently saw Ben Folds Five at the House of Blues in Anaheim, and it was the perfect venue. The furniture setup allows everyone to see the show. The Scene: Located in Downtown Disney in the heart of Orange County, the House of Blues attracts a wholesome, conservative crowd. A few years ago, I saw Jack's Mannequin here, and the crowd was a typical set of high school and college students from Orange County, as well as some parents. Cocktails and Cuisine: There is a full bar on the first floor. Don't try to bring your own flask because the security guards pat you down before you enter the venue. The House of Blues occasionally has a Gospel Brunch in the morning where you can enjoy a gospel choir performance while eating a Southern-style brunch. There's a restaurant attached to the venue called Crossroads, where they serve a little bit of everything, with a special emphasis on Southern food. Downtown Disney has a plethora of food places you can eat at before the show, such as the Rainforest Café, Wolfgang Puck, and Earl of Sandwich. Prices: Tickets range from $15 to $50, depending on how famous the band is. They occasionally have free karaoke nights with happy hour at the bar. What to Wear: Casual, trendy attire is acceptable. Bring a jacket, since it can sometimes get cold inside the venue. Insider Info/When to Go: Check their website to see their concert calendar. They usually showcase artists that don't have a big following, but on occasion, they'll host a big band that's touring. It's uncommon for shows at this venue to sell out, so you can usually buy your ticket at the door instead of online.
House of Happy!
Audriana L. Nov 30, 2012
The House of Blues Anaheim is a great time. I've gone with my family for gospel brunches, and friends for dinners and shows- all equally great. Gospel brunches on Sunday morning are a blast, and the choir is fantastic, engaging, and so fun to watch. This is also a great venues for smaller personal shows! A few years ago I went for a small Concert with friends (Colbie Calliat) and though we did stand which was to be expected, we had a good view of the stage from really anywhere. The food has been great every time I've been and it's within walking distance of Disneyland! What's better than that!
Low Key Feel
Samantha L. Nov 14, 2012
This is probably one of my most favorite locations. It is a historical landmark located in Downtown Disney in Anaheim. I love going to Disneyland and hanging out for the day and then going to see a great, low key concert at the House of Blues. Nothing about this location screams Disney, though, so don't be put off by the title. It just happens to be located on the plot of land that is called Disney. There a great number of restaurants and bars around the venue, one of my favorites is Tortilla Joes located right next to it. This location is definitely a lot smaller than most common concert venues, but I think it gives it a more intimate feel. I love it!
great for small concerts!
Lexie S. Nov 13, 2012
The House of Blues in a landmark in LA as well as in Anaheim in Downtown Disney. Don't let the "disney" part throw you off, it is not a place for kids, but a home to many bands like Good Charlotte, Hootie and the Blowfish, and even Blue October. It is definitely on the smaller side compared to huge venues like staples center, but in most cases, the smaller the better because there is no bad seat in the house! It's fully equipped with a bar and is definitely reasonably priced! you can even rent it out (my high shool rented it for my senior prom) which was super fun! Everything about it is great! Easy access, cheap, and historical!
Alyssa R. Oct 7, 2012
Once again, a somewhat smaller venue that I love. I had some of art shown there at a special event and so for me, the intimate small space was awesome. You definitely saw my photos on the large screen! ;] The sound is there is cool too, obviously loud and awesome. I like going there because when you're finished there, Downtown Disney is beautiful at night and quite romantic and fun
Roseann F. Oct 5, 2012
What great fun on a Sunday morning! The food is good, but the music and show are exceptional. Tables are communal so, unless you have a large party, you’ll be seated with other groups. The audience is asked to participate (they ask for volunteers) and there are humorous moments galore. You‘ll definitely feel like standing up, dancing, singing, and enjoying the “revival experience.” Definitely a terrific way to start your week.
Intimate, Cheap, and Parking!!!
D1ΔИΔ Ø. Oct 2, 2012
The House of Blues is definitely one of my top 3 venues in all of Southern California. Why!? 1. Small/Intimate: It's a great place for a date or a nice hang out for you and friends. You can eat and drink and watch a show comfortable at the same time! What I like most, is that all tickets are General Admission. So if one of your favorite bands is playing, guess what, you have a chance to be in the pit or right in front of the stage. 2. Cheap Because all tickets are GE, this makes tickets affordable! I don't think I've ever spent more than $40 on a ticket. This saves you some dough and gives you a chance to dine there (food/beverages reasonably priced) or even dine at some of the other restraunts in Downtown Disney. Or, if you have a Disney pass, why not make a whole day out of your stay!? 3. No hassle parking As much as I used to love H.O.B. in LA, I hated it because of the parking situation (only meters and valets on a busy Sunset Blvd.). Never again will I go back to H.O.B. LA, unless I lived somewhere in westside. Anyway, both of the H.O.B. venues offer pretty much the same shows about one day apart is the only difference. So why waste gas and time. But like I said, I'm closer to O.C. so I would much rather come out to Anaheim.
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