1412 Glen Blvd. S.W.
Fort Payne, AL 35967
Phone: (256) 845-4013
Fax: (256) 845-6340
Historical outdoor theater offering a wide array of activities.
This Gadsden State Community College performing arts center is host to a variety of events and performances throughout the year. Having undergone a renovation in 2011, the facility features state-of-the-art lighting and sound.
Join in the fun and excitement of live theatre while at this wonderful theatre that offers an array of traditional and contemporary theatrical productions throughout the year.
With the honor of being the first and foremost movie theater to showcase Sound Movies across Southeast, the DeSoto theater is truly deep-rooted in history. Owned and operated by the Rome Little Theatre, this stage has undergone transformation from a grand cinema talkies to a drama theater. Though it features plays regularly,this structure has deteriorated and is awaiting a major restoration. For more details, check website.
This theatre presents historical drama, along with an annual production of the Passion Play Jerusalem's Gate, storytime festivals, and Christmas events.
Enjoy the thrills and spills of professional bullriding during this fabulous two day rodeo event that also includes fantastic food and children's events.
Enjoy exciting baseball action by this professional baseball team that is the class A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves as they play their South Atlantic League season from April to September.
The first and oldest symphony in the South, this symphony orchestra was established in 1921 and presents a diverse repertoire of highly artistic concerts throughout the year plus offers educational musical experiences for all ages.
Nearly lost in the sea of multi-screen cinemas and multiplexes, this single screen movie house still packs the house with moviegoers. So how does this little place compete? Discount ticket pricing is the draw. One dollar gets you into any show, matinee or evening. Of course, you won't see the newest films around, but you will see them before they hit the video stores. This is the area's only remaining discount theater.
Local and regional artists display their beautiful arts and crafts during this two day arts festival that also features local entertainment and a children's display of art throughout Peek's Park. Held in April.
One of the finest examples of Art Deco style in Northwest Georgia, this theatre was built in 1941 and features hanging chandeliers in the lobby and movie cards from the 50s and 60s adorning the walls. First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown here.
Watch the largest fireworks display in Northwest Georgia during this Fourth of July event that also includes great food and live entertainment. Held every July.