"City Walk" redirects here. For a paved outdoor pedestrian area in Civic, Canberra, see City Walk, Canberra
Universal CityWalk is the name given to the entertainment and retail districts located adjacent to the theme parks of Universal Parks & Resorts. Originating as an expansion of Universal's first park, Universal Studios Hollywood, CityWalk serves as an entrance plaza from the parking lots to the theme parks. CityWalk can also be found at the Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, Japan.
CityWalk Hollywood and CityWalk Orlando do have some common tenants, but their respective architectural styles are quite different. Where CityWalk Hollywood incorporates a classic modern blend of Hollywood, CityWalk Orlando is almost entirely modern in appearance.
Universal CityWalk Hollywood 
CityWalk Hollywood official logo
Universal CityWalk Hollywood is a three-block entertainment, dining, shopping promenade. Options include more than 30 places to eat, a 19-screen movie theater featuring IMAX®, seven night spots, indoor skydiving and more than 30 stores.
Opened in May 1993 adjacent to the Cineplex Odeon cinema. A $1 billion, 93,000 sq ft (8,600 m2). expansion opened in 2000.
CityWalk's central plaza is topped by a 170 foot radial trelis designed and built by Pearce Structures (who also constructed Biosphere 2). The courtyard features a leaping fountain, created by WET. A huge television monitor brought in by Panasonic, is located above the multiplex, showing upcoming Universal movie releases, music videos, and NBC Universal promotions stands next to the giant guitar towering over the Hard Rock Cafe.
Street performers (mimes, magicians, musicians) are a common sight. At Christmas time, there is a parade, carolers, and an outdoor ice skating rink near the theaters.
5 Towers 
"5 Towers" is the new interactive outdoor concert venue on Universal CityWalk, featuring a technologically advanced staging system. The stage is equipped with thousands of LED fixtures, motion capture sensors, five soaring 42-foot light tower sculptures, a massive video monitor and a state-of-the-art audio system. The new staging system serves as the structural artistic centerpiece for CityWalk, where artists and concert-goers assemble in an energetic environment to enjoy live music.
Universal CityWalk caters to every taste, representing nearly every food genre available. CityWalk's dining ranges from casual to more sophisticated dining to quick service eateries.
A Jamba Juice
store located along the CityWalk in Universal Studios Hollywood.
Universal CityWalk Orlando 
The entrance plaza to CityWalk Orlando.
The Universal Citywalk in Orlando opened in 1999 as one component of the expansion that transformed Universal Studios Florida into today's Universal Orlando Resort. It was built over the former Universal Studios parking lot and entrance. Guests arriving at the resort park in one of two multi-story parking structures, then travel via covered moving sidewalks over Universal Boulevard into CityWalk. From there, guests can proceed into either of the theme parks, Universal Studios Florida or Islands of Adventure.
- AMC Theatre Universal Cineplex 20 and IMAX, previously operated by Loews Theatres until January 26, 2006, when AMC merged the Loews Theatres chain.
- Bob Marley - A Tribute to Freedom
- CityWalk's Rising Star (Karaoke Club featuring Live Band and Backup Singers & Dancers) - opened April, 2008, replacing CityJazz.
- The Groove
- Hard Rock Live, a separate performance venue adjacent to the Hard Rock Cafe
- Red Coconut Club (formerly Motown Cafe in 1999, and Decades Cafe in 2005)
- Blue Man Group Sharp Aquos Theatre, a live show featuring Blue Man Group (Formerly Nickelodeon Studios, which was not considered to be a part of CityWalk).
- TNA Wrestling, a live professional wrestling show featuring performers of TNA.
- Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville, Live bands take to the restaurant’s stage to perform every evening.
- Hollywood Drive-In Mini Golf - A miniature golf course harkening back to 50's era drive-in movies. The facility has two different and intricately themed courses: "The Haunting of Ghostly Greens" and "Invaders from Planet Putt-Putt". Opened in March 2012.
- Many music videos are shown throughout CityWalk such as former-rapper Will Smith and punk rock band Green Day.
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