3501 Pacific Highway East
Fife, WA 98424
Phone: (253) 926-1000
Fax: (253) 926-3009
At this casino you will feel like you are on the Mississippi in the 1800s. Located on an authentic riverboat and operated by the Puyallup Tribe, this elegant casino has a staff dressed in period garb and antiques located throughout the boat to help transport you back in time. Step aboard and try your luck. Events are frequently held here as well, which just makes Queens a more fun place to be at. The casino also features frequent live entertainment for which tickets are required. Want to celebrate your birthday or a special event? Do it at the Casino and have an experience you won't forget. Please call ahead for visiting hours.
A multipurpose venue, Tacoma Sports Arena is famous for live music performances in the city. 'James Brown and the Fabulous Flames', 'Sonics', 'Three Dog Night' and 'Ice' are some of the bands that have given fabulous performances at this venue. Located near Tacoma Junction, this is quite the place to keep an eye out for!
The six-acre Tacoma Dome Entertainment Complex is unparalleled as far as its technology and design are concerned. The in-house restaurant, McKinley's, brews and serves most delicious and tangy Redhook Ales. The Shanaman Sports Museum, located in the Dome, is where Pierce County's sporting paraphernalia is preserved for your perusing pleasure. Live entertainment events take place here at various intervals, so check their website for more information.
Chief Leschi (pronounced "lesh-eye") Schools, located in the southern Puget Sound Basin, are the country's largest Bureau of Indian Affairs educational facilities. Run by the Pullayup Tribe of Indians, the schools (Elementary and Middle/High) are dedicated to providing Native American students from over 60 tribes across the country with a comprehensive, groundbreaking and exemplary education. The Schools are marked by their beautiful cedar-wood architecture and circular designs. They also regularly host cultural community events.
The Tacoma Union Station is a beautiful historic building constructed in 1910. Made in the Beaux-Arts style of architecture, it has fine details and intricate designs. Previously used as a railway station for passenger trains, it now houses a district court and is also available as a rental space. The grand rotunda of the station is available for private events like weddings, conferences and parties. The mesmerizing interiors of the rotunda looks even more gorgeous because of the Dale Chihuly art pieces. The building is open to visitors during weekdays.
Inspired by Versailles, this opulent theater was constructed in 1918. Fully restored in 1983, the 1,169-seat theater showcases events ranging from national touring acts to the Tacoma Philharmonic. A surprising number of local acts appear here as well, including live music, film festivals and avant-garde theater. Superb acoustics and reasonable ticket prices make this a theater well worth visiting. Backstage tours include the neighboring Rialto Theater. This theater is part of the Broadway Center For the Performing Arts.
This venue has a seating capacity of 302. Its design has a contemporary and intimate feel, and the Tacoma Actors Guild calls it home. This venue is part of the Broadway Center For the Performing Arts. This theatre has played host to a number of events and plays with some of the best actors having performed here.
Tacoma's cultural scene is abuzz with events, to which the Broadway Center can easily attest. The Center consists of three theaters, the Pantages Theater, Rialto Theater and the Theatre on the Square. Whether your pleasure is ballet, opera, the symphony, dance, or any number of local festivals, the BCPA always has something to amaze and delight you. Visit the website to see what's currently playing on Broadway.
The beaux-arts style architecture of this theater is the pride of downtown Tacoma. Initially a small movie house, today it has become a successful theater and concert hall. Pet fashion shows and plays have taken place at this venue in the past. The Rialto Theater has a seating capacity of 742 and includes a thrust stage as well as a balcony area. This venue is also used for dance, music and play rehearsals.
Grit Comedy Club, located within Malarkey's Pool & Brew, brings to the people of Tacoma the best stand-up talent from all over the country, ensuring a good laugh every time. Patrons at this club, which seats 150 people, can make use of the pool tables at Malarkey's before or after the show. The club can be hired for private events of any kind, including corporate events. Parking is never an issue, with plenty of parking spaces surrounding Grit.
Temple Theater Ballroom is housed in the Landmark Catering and Convention Center which is located in the Stadium District of Tacoma. The venue has a very elegant decor and hence, has proved to be perfect for theatrical performances, wedding receptions, corporate events and local award nights. This venue has a seating capacity of 600 in cabaret style and 1400 in theater style and a full catering service. There are event planners to assist in hosting special events at the Temple theater ballroom.
2nd Cycle is a cycle center for the local community that encourages cycling. Whether you are an amateur or a pro cyclist, maybe even someone who loves to cycle occasionally, this place welcomes all. Everything you want to know about bikes and cycling, from literature to used parts is available here. They also host regular bike nights for women every Thursday. It is also a performance space and some of their previous line ups are Wolvserpent, Criminal Code and Pleasure Leftists.