Best Places To See in Concord, CA

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CONCORD PAVILION

2000 Kirker Pass Rd, Concord, CA 94521

Since 1975

Performing Art Center, Live Music Venue, Venues and Event Spaces, Concerts, Local Community Events, Annual Jazz Festival, Local High School Graduations, Amphitheatre, Musical Acts, Scheduled Events, Seating Chart, Dance, Music and Outdoor Atmospheres, Outdoor Programs, Facility Rentals & Entertainment

The Pavilion has a capacity of 12,500 people - The Pavilion was designed by architect Frank Gehry and landscape architect Peter Walke

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concordamp.com

Mon - Fri : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sat & Sun : Closed

I was at the Concord Pavillion last night to see Kongos, Young the Giant and Kings of Leon. It was a fantastic a time. A friend that was with us is unfortunately wheel chair bound. All of the staff, every single person we encountered were wonderful. So helpful. The handicapped seating was bomb and we were allowed to sit together (which never happens.) The parking was very close, easy to access flat and smooth. There was one slight hill and a staff member offered to push wheel chair for us.
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MARKHAM REGIONAL ARBORETUM

1202 La Vista Ave, Concord, CA 94521

Since 1981

Botanical Garden, Arboretum, Parks, Picnic Table, Nature Walks, Tree Walk, Nursery Guide, Events, Plant Sales, Classes, Arbor Renting, Plants and Trees, Virtual Tour, Gift Shop, Weekend Programs, Garden Tours, Park, Students Programs, Trees and Birds, Landscapers, Arborists, Native Plant Enthusiasts & Master Gardeners

Admission Free - 16 acres (65,000 m²) is a natural arboretum - 17-acre island of natural beauty near the heart of downtown Concord

markhamarboretum.org

Mon - Sun : 6:00 am - 6:00 pm

This is a great little park hidden away in the middle of Concord. The city and I'm guessing volunteers seem to take great care if the wide variety of plants and flowers here, and there's a nice big grassy area that my daughter to run around in. It's close to our house so we try to walk over there several times a week, I've noticed a lot less stoners in the parking lot which is great!
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