Downtown has it all going on!
Further Confusion is one of the largest international conventions celebrating anthropomorphism in all its guises. Further Confusion includes charitable benefits, educational seminars, art shows, panels and general social activities. https://www.furtherconfusion.org/Find out more »
The tournament takes place on Saturday, January 18th through Monday, January 20th, 2020. While the event takes place over three days, each team will only play two of those three days. Divisions will play either Saturday and Sunday OR Sunday and Monday. https://ncva.com/girls/tournaments/california-kickoff/Find out more »
The Harlem Globetrotters is an exhibition basketball team that combines athleticism, theater, and comedy in their style of play. $25-$175. http://www.sapcenter.com/events/detail/globetrottersFind out more »
Greenbelt Alliance has partnered with SPUR, as part of the Regional Strategy initiative, to produce the briefing paper Managing the Urban Edge. Presenting a range of tools that have proven successful in limiting encroachment across the Bay Area, the report introduces additional strategies linking conservation to climate adaptation while considering the factors driving sprawl today, especially in the Central Valley. Free for SPUR members. $10 for non-members. https://www.spur.org/events/2020-01-21/urban-edgeFind out more »
South Korean boy band Seventeen is coming to San Jose as part of their Ode To You World Tour! $91-$500. http://www.sapcenter.com/events/detail/seventeenFind out more »
Cheer on the SJSU Women's basketball team as they take on the New Mexico Lobos! $8. https://www.facebook.com/events/505995396828738/Find out more »
Plumed Serpent by artist Robert Graham has become a lightning rod for civic discourse. To some, it is a beautiful homage to Mexican culture, while others debate its artistic merit, religious symbolism, cost and more. Since some art narratives are more flawed than others, this is why Plumed Serpent’s story bears investigation. Come examine the democratization of art in a pluralistic community and the role of art as a catalyst of public dialogue. Free for SPUR members. $10 for non-members. https://www.spur.org/events/2020-01-23/plumed-serpent-and-art-civic-discourseFind out more »
The hilarious, Peabody Award-winning hit TV comedy is coming to San Jose! Join show creator and original host Joel Hodgson and the world’s greatest, and only, movie-riffing robots Tom Servo, Crow and Gypsy as they take you on a roller coaster ride through some of the cheesiest films ever made. $38-$73. https://sanjosetheaters.org/event/mystery-science-theater-3000-live-the-great-cheesy-movie-circus-tour/?instance_id=11231Find out more »
Part backstage comedy and part offbeat love story, Stage Kiss follows two actors with a history. After they're cast opposite each other again, the lines start to blur when they have to kiss each other. Either way, the show much go on. $25-$44. https://cltc.org/tickets/Find out more »
Coming from composer/writer William Finn's own personal experience, this compelling, inspiring modern musical is filled with hope and laughter as it follows Gordon, a neurotic, frustrated composer, navigating his brain aneurism! $18-$45. https://www.tabardtheatre.org/box-office/tickets/?eid=20762Find out more »
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All of the Bay Area’s major roads lead to downtown San Jose. And finding parking is easy in a ParkSJ garage.
Downtown is also the hub for Light Rail and VTA bus systems. A free shuttle (the DASH) runs through downtown and to Diridon Station, with its Caltrain, Amtrak and ACE service. The Mineta San Jose International Airport is only 10 minutes away.
Use the City of San Jose’s Interactive Map to find the way around downtown.