Toyota Amphitheatre - Wheatland, CA

One of the most popular venues in California, the Toyota Amphitheatre has drawn audiences to rural Wheatland for concerts and special events since 2000. The open-air amphitheater boasts state-of-the-art video, lighting and sound systems, making it a destination for visitors to experience national touring acts miles away from the bustle of California’s larger metropolitan hubs.

Formerly known as the Sleep Train Amphitheatre, the Toyota Amphitheatre holds up to 18,500 concertgoers in unincorporated Yuba County, one of the oldest counties in the state. Since opening, it has hosted legendary acts like Dead & Co., Luke Bryan and Depeche Mode, as well as several installments of the annual Vans Warped Tour spotlighting punk and metal acts.

The Toyota Amphitheatre is located just off Highway 70 on Forty Mile Road, although visitors are encouraged to take alternate routes and arrive early to events to ease traffic and parking. Parking is typically included in the price of the ticket. Tailgating is not allowed at the venue, so leave the grill and cooler at home. Items like large bags, coolers, selfie sticks and large umbrellas are also prohibited inside the venue. Once through the gates, visitors can enjoy food from several service locations catering to all tastes, from barbecue to vegan. Food trucks are also on the premises for quick eats.

Hotels and restaurants in the Yuba City, Roseville and Sacramento areas are all within a short drive, and the area boasts many unique activities for those visiting for a show. Plumas National Forest is a great location for camping and hiking, and Lake of the Woods State Wildlife Area allows visitors to find out why Yuba County is deemed the most biodiverse county in the country.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
2677 Forty Mile Rd, Marysville, CA
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Sacramento Valley Amphitheatre

Sleep Train Amphitheatre

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