Flint Center For The Performing Arts
- Address: 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd, Cupertino, CA 95014, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-4088648820
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Theatre, Family And Kids
Flint Center For The Performing Arts - Review
The Flint Center for the Performing Arts is a wonderful theatre for performing arts. This theatre is famous for its elegant built. It is a venue where a lot of celebrities have performed. At this sophisticated venue, events like plays, Broadway shows, music concerts, orchestral concerts, and ballet performances get organised. Celebrity talk shows also get organised here. For the lovers of art and culture, this venue is an ideal place. The seating arrangement of this theatre is brilliantly designed. A lot of people can sit and watch the shows comfortably here. Apart from rows, there are galleries and balconies as well at this facility. You can come to this place with your like-minded tour companions.
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How To reach Flint Center For The Performing Arts by Public Transport
- Bus 81 to stop - Stevens Creek & Mary
- Buses 53, 23 to stop - De Anza College Transit Center
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Flint Center For The Performing Arts, Cupertino Reviews
Saw Bill Maher here - nice clean performing arts venue on Jr. College Campus. There is a small outdoor bar for refreshments and snacks. Staff were polite and friendly. Nice place for families. Note: All Ages need a ticket.
Went here for a comedy show. The venue is extremely large and was great for the show we went for. There is plenty of parking since the venue is on the campus of De Anza community college. We did have to pay for parking for the event though. This may vary based on the size and popularity of the event.
Great venue. Great sightlines and good acoustics. It's a little plain and dated, but it's well maintained. The ticket taking process was a little hap hazard the last time I was there. They could use a few more cones and signs.
The building itself evokes a near-brutalist feeling of the 70s but with some elements of mission style architecture. I don't really like the style but what is really outstanding about the venue is the square or garden right in front. Almost like a town square and in some ways one could argue it is Cupertino's town square as far as artistic performance are concerned. The square is a wonderful place to enjoy the sun and take pictures before any event in the auditorium. Inside, the auditorium is functional and comfortable with a big stage and alot of seating. The acoustics are good but not outstanding.
This is a comfortable theater with good views from pretty much every seat. There are a lot of students here, so expect drinking