2220 Heller Drive
Beavercreek, OH 45434
Phone: (937) 426-5822
Fax: (937) 320-0354
NHRA Drag-racing on the quarter mile strip and NASCAR Winston Racing Series stockcar racing on the three-quarter mile oval April through August.
America's #1 historical, outdoor theatre masterfully combines horses, cannons, stunning athleticism, and flaming arrows! Backstage tours, frontier picnic dinners, a gift shop, and more are available.
McGuffy's House of Rock is a popular music venue that boasts of being 'the largest original rock club' in Ohio. Established in 1981, this place hosts some of the best concerts, gigs and band events in town and attracts hoards of music lovers. The venue offers great acoustics and other technical enhancements and is therefore much preferred by many. Local bands as well as popular national bands perform here. So grab your tickets for their next shows to have a great concert experience.
Fraze Pavilion is the epicenter of all arts, dance, theater and events in performing arts around town. This quaint amphitheater that has a capacity of 4300 is a great experience to laze around on the green lawn while watching your favorite stars on stage. Events here include concerts, community events, music festivals, dance and theatricals and much more. There is also a patio area where you can grab a bite and take a breather. You can also rent the patio for private parties and events. Famous bands like the GooGoo Dolls and Maroon 5 have performed her. So keep check of this bustling hub for their events to catch the colors, fun and the excitement of Ohio.
The Fairborn Theater is a historic movie theater located on 1.1 acres (0.45 hectares) of land. Consisting of a theme of the aviation architecture the theater is termed as historical. Featuring a theater of 1000 seats, this brick concrete foundation looks great. The interior consists of the elements that showcase paintings of soldiers and the aircraft that were a part of the World War II. The theater is a great visit place and was listed on the register of National Historic Places due to it's historic significant architecture.
The 62,000 square foot Trent Arena at Kettering Fairmont High School is a massive complex with conference rooms, tennis courts, basketball courts, a walking track and fitness centers. Apart from hosting all the athletic events of Fairmont High, the Arena also stages concerts, sporting events, worships, banquets and trade expos. They also provide catering facilities for private parties and banquets. For tickets and further information, check the website.
Located within the premises of the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, the Coliseum is a huge exhibition space spread across 20,000 square feet of area. This grandiose exhibition space plays host to various expositions, trade shows and other events. The Coliseum is furnished with state-of-the-art facilities to ensure success for every event that takes place here. Call ahead to know more.
The Oregon Historic District is a neighboring area of Dayton. The district has buildings which date back to 1820 and are still maintained well. The area has a mix of architectural styles, while the most prominent being the Federal, Queen Anne and Greek Revival styles. This thriving district has a lot of commercial area which includes coffee shops, restaurants and pubs.
Get ready for a night of laughter at Wiley's Comedy Niteclub, Ohio's oldest comedy club. Located in the historic Oregon District in Dayton, the club offers great entertainment with shows every night, Thursday through Sunday. The admission price is around USD10.
Known fondly at the Little Art, the Little Art Theatre has been showing some of the finest art, independent, documentary and Hollywood films for more than 50 years.
Built in 1949, Welcome Stadium is the home to the University of Dayton Flyers football team. With its 11,000 seats, the stadium also serves as the venue for many events in southwest Ohio.
Mayhem & Mystery presents weekly Mystery Dinner Theatre every Monday evening. Shows change every two months. Prizes are awarded to the top three answers every show. All shows are interactive, with audience members often being selected to portray minor roles.