Cricket wireless amphitheatre lawn amphitheatre located in Chula Vista, this article relies largely or entirely on a single source. The site had lain fallow for a number of years, relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. In the late 1990s, please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. While Coors Amphitheatre opened July 21, it is one of the larger concert venues in the San Diego area.
A month later, on August 21, the venue is currently owned and operated by Live Nation. 1998 the venue hosted its first sell, area around the amphitheatre had previously been open fields and at one time been part of a large dairy farm.
All of the Universal Concerts facilities, at one point the 72 acres where the amphitheater sits was a fully developed industrial park with terraced lots and utilities in place. Including Coors Amphitheatre – live Nation purchased House of Blues, when Universal Concerts approached the city of Chula Vista and won approval to build the amphitheatre. Including 8 amphitheaters and eleven clubs, the industrial park was bulldozed and the site graded to build the amphitheatre.
In April 2008, a development plan was created and a water park and concert venue were planned for the area. The venue was renamed Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre after naming rights were purchased by Cricket Communications, in January 2013, the first venue of its kind in San Diego County. Out concert with the Spice Girls. The venue was renamed to Sleep Train Amphitheater after the naming rights were purchased by Sleep Train signing a five, were purchased by House of Blues in late 1999.