165 Capital Ave., S.W.
Battle Creek, MI 49015
Phone: (269) 965-3976
Fax: (269) 965-7580
This Kellogg Arena couples big-city amenities with small-town hospitality. The 30,000 square-foot space comes with a personalized staff, a fully equipped kitchen, a convention booth, stands, sports courts, circles and mats. Climate control, a 600-amp, three-phase power system, a high fidelity sound system and a theatrical curtaining system make it a great venue for high-adrenaline sporting action, dramas and plays. Up to 8500 people can be seated in the arena, and 6000 seats can be made reserved seating depending on the event of the day. Look up the website for the schedule - car shows, gymnastic performances, circuses and dance troupes are some of the features.
This hockey league provides fast paced, hard hitting hockey excitement in a fun filled, family atmosphere for adults and children of all ages. Over thirty games are played at home.
Built in 1974, Wings Stadium has been home to the Kalamazoo Wings of the United Hockey League since the 2000-01 season. The venue also offers a full range of entertainment, including concerts, professional hockey, family shows and trade shows. The building capacity is 8,023 with seating capacity for hockey at 5,113. Watching your favourite team live in action is truly a worthwhile experience.
Spread across 61,000 square feet (5,667.09 square meters), the Kalamazoo County Expo Center is a versatile space for various national, regional and local events. From trade shows and expos, cultural activities and festivals to private occasions and meetings, it features air conditioned and heated venues to host any kind of event. It is also the site of Kalamazoo Indoor Flea & Farmers Market which is open on certain days of the week from October to April.
Enjoy great baseball by this Class A Independent league of professional baseball from late May to late August.
An affiliate in the United Soccer League, this team has produced seven major league soccer players including Dema Kovalenko and Jeremy Aldrich. Home games are played at the Mayors' Riverfront Park on Business Loop I-94 and Mills Street.
Crawlspace Eviction brings you live theater instantly. Their fresh style of improv games and sketch comedy is sure to explore all the weird things that make life great. They produce scenes based on audience suggestion. They also do regular shows at the Whole Art Theater and are also available to perform at your next business or personal party.
The Epic Center is an 89,000 square foot former department store that has been converted into a center for the arts in this area. It is owned and managed by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo which supports, promotes, and funds the arts here. It is home to various arts organizations who regularly offer programs and exhibits.
For more than 35 years this theater has offered plays and musicals ranging from experimental to traditional. Each year "A Christmas Carol" is presented.
Ample seating, disabled access and a host of other facilities figure in this downtown Kalamazoo former movie theatre's repertoire. The '20s architecture of the venue is reminiscent of another era altogether, making it a site to withhold. Now duly renovated and refurbished, the theatre stands tall and houses a grand stage with all the possible props for a great show. Add to that some great live musical and theatrical gigs, and you have a hotspot on your hands. Check the website for schedules and ticket information.
This experimental theater features many original works by local playwrights. The plays are performed at the Epic Center.
Founded in 1946, this is Michigan's oldest professional Equity summer stock theatre. Professional performers and guest artists from Broadway and television are showcased at this theatre that is open from late May through Labor Day.