Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
1250 Highway 35 S.
Forest, MS 39074
Phone: (601) 469-2100
Fax: (601) 469-5028
1250 Highway 35 S., Forest, MS, US, 39074
- Phone: (601) 469-2100
- Fax: (601) 469-5028
Located in downtown Brandon, the Black Rose draws crowds from all over the state as they produce a variety of family safe, entertaining dramas, comedies and musicals each year.
Brandon Day is a three day festival held in May each year. Festivities include arts & crafts, food, carnival, a talent show and an open air concert on the third night of the event.
The Arena at Golden Moon Hotel and Casino at the Pearl River Resort is the hub of entertainment activities. Extended as an even venue facility, the arena hosts an array of live and cultural events. Be it vocal artists, bands or comedians; the arena stages them all. Housed within the casino area, this technologically sound and sophisticated venue makes stay at the Pearl River Resort enjoyable and memorable. Check website for event schedule and ticket booking.
This classic cinema is part of the Malco Theatres chain. Located in Madison, 12 miles from Jackson, it wows the audiences with the latest Hollywood movies shown on 17 screens. Amenities in the auditoriums include a 36.5 x 70 foot screen, stadium seating, rocking-chairs, cup-holders on the chairs, and Dolby and THX sound systems. There is also an ATM machine, cyber café, and three party rooms on-site. The food available here includes fried mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders. For show timings and other information, check the website.
This movie theatre offers great stadium seating, concessions and the latest movies for your enjoyment.
This theatre is part of the Regal Cinemas chain and is located in Flowood, nine miles from Jackson. It has been a popular destination for movie addicts in the city ever since it opened in 1995. If you are visiting this town and have some hours to spare, do head here. The latest releases on 10 screens will entertain you as you enjoy some refreshments and the company of friends. For further information, check the website.
Actor's Playhouse in Jackson is a place for artists express themselves and inspire audiences through the power of theater. This is one of the best places to view live theater in Jackson.
One can find all sorts of crafts, collectibles and novelties at this flea market, held every year on the second Thursday of May and October on the grounds of the Old Jail Museum.
"Mississippi's giant houseparty," the annual Neshoba County Fair is one of the few remaining campground fairs in the country. Arts & crafts, national entertainers, dancing, folk singing, and political speaking are just some of what can be enjoyed by the whole family.
This recreational bike ride offes an opportunity for participants to enjoy the beauty of the scenic Natchez Trace. Riders of every level come from all across the southeast to take advantage of this unique experience.
The former Madison-Ridgeland High School and now an historic site on the National Register of Historic Places, this building now offers a gymnatorium with a proscenium stage, art and music studio space, and the cultural arts administrative offices of the city of Madison providing opportunities for arts education, participation and stimulation to the residents of Madison and the surrounding communities.
This cinema, belonging to the Regal Cinemas group, is located in Ridgeland, 11 miles from Jackson. It opened its doors in 1990 with 10 screens, it was refurbished in 2000 with another four screens to its credit. Both mainstream movies and independent cinema find a place here. The main features of this theatre are stadium seating and discounted tickets for seniors, children and military personnel. For further information, check the website or give them a buzz.