Welcome to the Capital City!
As California's capital, Sacramento is home to a host of tourist attractions, many of which are
budget- and family-friendly.The festival itself has two primary venue areas. The Crocker
is located downtown, just adjacent to Old Sacramento and the beautiful Sacramento
River front. The Delta King is located in "Old Sac", historic district as is the Embassy Suites.
These two primary venues are within a short walk apart, and we believe you'll enjoy it. We
have suggested attractions and lodgings near each of the venues. Also be sure to visit
the State Capital Building, located at the heart of the city.
Play and Stay
THE EMBASSY SUITES
BEST DEAL BAR NONE! (OFFICIAL HOTEL SFF 2013)
Located in Old Sacramento right next to the Sacramento river, this beautiful property is
is a perfect short walking distance to venues. Take advantage of the amazing beauty
Old Sacramento has to offer! This 4 star Hotel also has an AMAZING deal for the budget c
onscious visitor. We highly reccomend you call them today to book your room.
Please 'SAC FILM FEST ROOM RATE'
$139 double occupancy includes FREE FULL BEFFET BREAKFAST with omlettes made
to order and a 2 hour Happy Hour with FREE wine, beer and cocktails every day!
OLD SACRAMENTO Located downtown and bordered by Interstate 5, Capitol Mall,
and the Sacramento River, Old Sacramento, is hold to more than 125 boutique shops
selling souvenirs, art, gifts, jewelry and home decor on the boardwalk set amongst Gold
Rush-era buildings, dozens of restaurants, clubs, museums and the Sacramento River.
Be sure to check out Evangeline's novelty shop and Stage Nine, seller of movie memorabilia.
Fort was known for providing refuge and hospitality to weary travelers. Overrun by miners
during the Gold Rush, Sutter's Fort has now been restored and is open for tours seven days a week.
Visitors to Downtown Sacramento often site the
Delta King as one of the best experiences in the area.
Home to the Sacramento Film awards, the Delta King
stays permanently docked at the edge of Old Sacramento,
the city's historic district. The Delta King is located within a
mile of the the Crocker Art Museum, the Railroad Museum,
and the Downtown Westfield Mall.
Old Sac Night Life
VEGA'S UNDERGROUND - Vega's Underground is old sac's newest creation underground bar with a chill atmosphere full bar and a always expanding selection of liquor and beer don't see something you want ask and chances are next time we will have it with a nice lil kitchen im sure you will love our carnitas tacos.
MIX Located at the corner of 16th and L Streets in Downtown Sacramento, Mix is a popular after hours spot for festival goers. Offering excellent food and music, Mix has a rooftop lounge with a great view of the city, but leave your sneakers at home -- all patrons are expected to dress to impress.
HARLOW'S Specializing in live acts, Harlow's is an excellent venue to take in the local music scene. Tickets range in price from $5 to $20 depending on who's playing, but no matter what, you're in store for good eats and a relaxing atmosphere in the heart of midtown.
SHADY LADY Modeled after a 1920s speakeasy, Shady Lady is a modern twist on an old-time saloon. Grab a crafted old-style cocktail while enjoying gourmet renditions of classic comfort food.
LAUGHS UNLIMITED If the regular club scene isn't your thing or you just like to mix it up a bit, check out Laughs Unlimited, a comedy club just off the waterfront in Old Sacramento. As is standard with most comedy clubs, there's a two drink minimum, but you'll be sure to get your money's worth.