In this paper, we consider a generalized (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear wave equation. Based on the bilinear, the N-soliton solutions are obtained. The resonance Y-type soliton and the interaction solutions between M-resonance Y-type solitons and P-resonance Y-type solitons are constructed by adding some new constraints to the parameters of the N-soliton solutions. The new type of two-opening resonance Y-type soliton solutions are presented by choosing some appropriate parameters in 3-soliton solutions. The hybrid solutions consisting of resonance Y-type solitons, breathers and lumps are investigated. The trajectories of the lump waves before and after the collision with the Y-type solitons are analyzed from the perspective of mathematical mechanism. Furthermore, the multi-dimensional Riemann-theta function is employed to investigate the quasi-periodic wave solutions. The one-periodic and two-periodic wave solutions are obtained. The asymptotic properties are systematically analyzed, which establish the relations between the quasi-periodic wave solutions and the soliton solutions. The results may be helpful to provide some effective information to analyze the dynamical behaviors of solitons, fluid mechanics, shallow water waves and optical solitons.