North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
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The Chula Vista Amphitheatre is currently called the North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre but has been formally known as the Coors Amphitheatre, the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre, the Sleep Train Amphitheatre and more recently the Mattress Firm Amphitheatre. One of the larger venues in San Diego, it has a 20,500 seat capacity.
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Situated in what once was open fields and a dairy farm, the 72 acres homing the Chula Vista Amphitheatre was previously developed in to an industrial park before rebuilding in to the amphitheatre. The amphitheatre first opened in 1998 and was called the Coors Amphitheatre, a month later it held it’s first sell out concert when it hosted the Spice Girls.
In April 2008 naming rights to the venue were bought by Cricket Communications and the amphitheatre was renamed to the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre.
The naming rights were purchased once again in January 2013 by the mattress firm, Sleep Train who signed a five year deal and named the venue the Sleep Train Amphitheatre.
In 2017 Sleep Train rebranded to Mattress Firm and with that came a rebrand of the amphitheatre, changing from Sleep Train Amphitheatre to Mattress Firm Amphitheatre.
In 2018 North Island Credit Union sponsored the title signing a multi-year contract, changing the name to North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre and committing to enhance the concert going experience.