633 Donaldson Rd.
Erlanger, KY 41018
Phone: (859) 342-5500
Fax: (859) 342-5500
Willis Music was first established in the year 1899. Today, the store's catalog feature over 5000 labels. You can find an extensive collection of musical instruments and accessories here.
Florence Bowl is an excellent venue for your little one's birthday party. The well-developed bowling alley is equipped with electronic score machines. The staff is attentive and courteous.
A popular live music venue in the heart of Covington, the Madison Theater has been around for decades, having undergone several renovations, modifications and years of neglect. Capable of accommodating a crowd of about 1200, this venue, today, is one of the most happening in the area. From live concerts, to comedy shows, and even private events, the Madison Theater has a lot to offer. See the website for information on upcoming events
Located in a Beaux Arts style 1902 building, The Carnegie is one of the premier arts venue in Kentucky. Spanning across 17,000 square feet (1579.35 square meters), it consists of The Carnegie Galleries, Eva G. Farris Education Center and the Otto M. Budig Theatre. Established in 1972, the impressive facility has an oblique balcony, ornate winding staircases and a beautiful golden-glass dome. The Carnegie is an exquisite blend of the old and the new with all its spaces featuring modern technology. Whether it is an arts exhibit or a play, you will definitely be charmed.
Located Scott Bouleavrd, the Bangarang's Of Covington is a popular live music venue. Equipped with modern lighting and superb acoustics system, it hosts variety of musical events, and local and national artists/bands perform here. Most of the shows are all-age events, however, it is recommended to carry a photo id to avoid any hassles. This is a standing-only venue, so patrons are on their toes all the time!
A huge part of Cincinnati's transportation history, The Cincinnati Museum at Union Terminal recounts the significance of this historical building. Built in the Art Deco style, this station was one of the last stations of its size ever built. Since opening in 1933, the station has been transformed over the years and now houses a museum.
Opened in 2000, this purpose-built stadium is home to the Cincinnati Bengals, an American Football team with a significant standing in the NFL (National Football League). With a capacity to seat a mammoth 65,515 spectators, the stadium boasts of modern facilities for the fans as well as the teams and media-persons. Besides the normal seats, the stadium also offers plush private suites from where you can enjoy the game in peace. The stadium has ample concession options as well as a few fine dining ones for foodies. The collective roar of the fans on game days is something every Bengals' fan should experience at Paul Brown. Check website for tickets and more.
Honky tonk fans rejoice as Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky hosts live music and dancing as well as a supposed portal to Hell out back. There have been reports of paranormal activity on the site since the decapitated body of Pearl Bryan was found nearby in 1896 and numerous satanic rituals until the 1960s. In 1978, music star Bobby Mackey opened it up as a country music venue. Today, Mackey performs his hit song "Johanna" here regularly.
Home of the famed ball players and local side the Cincinnati Reds, is the Great American Ball Park. The year 2003 marked the beginning of the park as a major sport facility. Replete with the state-of-the-art technology and excellent seating arrangement, the Great American Ball Park marked its eighth season in the top flight (the MLB) in the 2010 season. Check the website or call ahead for tickets and other information.
The Cincinnati region of the U.S. State of Ohio is bequeathed with one of the finer avenues in the form of the Phoenix Club. The club site carries immense monumental value and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a massive example of the Late 19th and early 20th century Revival styles of architecture. It stands as a perfect avenue for varied events that can be planned and executed in the best of ways.
Part of the Aronoff Center for the Arts, the compact Jarson-Kaplan Theater is ideal for smaller performances and meetings. Seating only 437, this intimate theater has a unique design with high-quality acoustics. Previous shows the theater has hosted include Contemporary Dance Theater performances, The World Piano Competition, and Blake Bowden's stage adaptation of The Lord Of The Rings trilogy.Definitely an experience you cannot afford to miss!
This performing arts center is named after the Senator Stanley Aronoff. Designed by the well-known architect, Cesar Pelli, The Aronoff Center for the Arts is located in the heart of downtown Cincinnati. Various art mediums are shown here, from dance and theater to musicals and visual art. Education programs, prominent events and even tours are also offered here.