Orange County's Legendary Live Music Venue
The Coach House is a legendary music venue/dinner theater located in South Orange County, California. In 1980, Gary Folgner opened the now-famous music venue featuring national and international touring acts. It has been a launching platform for aspiring artists and a home for those that are well established in the industry. The Coach House features a wide-variety of music from classic rock and metal to blues and jazz to country and rockabilly, and everything in between. There is an average of three shows per week at the Coach House. Some noteworthy performances include B.B. King, David Crosby, Lemmy Kilmister, Bonnie Raitt, Ray Charles, Chris Isaak, Willie Nelson, Justin Hayward, Wynonna Judd, William Shatner, Glenn Frey, Chick Corea, Leo Kottke, Jane’s Addiction, Edgar Winter, Eddie Money, Gary Sinise, Bill Medley, Cowboy Junkies, Violent Femmes, Rosanne Cash, Dick Dale, Paul Stanley (of KISS), Judy Collins, Billy Bob Thornton and Dana Carvey, to name a few.