1703 East Market Street
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Phone: (540) 433-2576
Fax: (540) 433-2576
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that also offers comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
Bridgeforth Stadium and Zane Showker Field is located on the campus of the famed James Madison University. Built in 1975, it was earlier called James Madison Stadium but later changed to the current name after the member of the board of visitors. The state-of-the-art facilities and equipments makes any event here an experience to remember. Check the website or call ahead for details regarding events and timings.
It is tough to stereotype Downtown Music34 into any category, before you can zero in on one aspect, it goes ahead and explores another avenue. This concert venue features locally and nationally acclaimed artists/bands, and in the past the likes of Tides, Bouncing Souls and Audiostrobelight have played here. That's not it, Downtown Music34 also hosts special music classes and other creative workshops. In its bid to support music and musicians, it also rents out musical instruments; experts can also repair instruments. This versatile venue also can be utilized for rehearsals and song recordings. For more details, call ahead.
The annual Court Days Festival authentically portrays local history, culture, music, dance, art, and craft while teaching the value of heritage and preservation for the present & future. Join them for theatrical & musical performances, arts & crafts vendors, exhibits, demonstrating artisans, delicious food, and more.
The Forbes Center for the Performing Arts is the main performing arts center at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. This venue is comprised the Dorothy Thomasson Estes Center for Theatre and Dance and the Shirley Hanson Roberts Center for Music Performance. The Dorothy Thomasson Estes Center for Theatre and Dance venue contains three stages, the Mainstage Theatre for large performances, the Studio Theatre for contemporary and experimental theatre, and the Earlynn J. Miller Dance Theatre where the dancers and choreographers are the main attraction. The Shirley Hanson Roberts Center for Music Performance has the large Concert Hall and more intimate Recital Hall available for performances.
Located in the busy suburbs of the city, the Court Square Theater is a prime stage for a variety of drama. The theater offers comfortable seating which is well complemented by its cozy set up. The lighting arrangement is in place and the sound system just perfect for any staged event. Court Square Theater witnesses the best of theater companies, including the touring ones and makes for a truly delightful experience. Further, the theater can also be rented for conferences and private events. Visit the website for event calender.
Veteran Memorial Park, also known by some as the Veteran Memorial Stadium, is the home of the James Madison University men's baseball and women's softball teams. Formerly located at Long Field at Mauck Stadium, the teams moved to Eagle Field at the Veterans Memorial Stadium for a new location.
Loud hardcore metal music and a crowd that never burns out head-banging to it: that's Crayola House for you. Having hosted many well-known bands like Natur, The Loiterers and The Misled, this vibrant venue rocks the night scene of the city, and attracts the hip and the trendy from nearby towns and suburbs from the valley. Its intimate space and dimly-lit interior sets the tone for a rocking night out.
An open event space administered by the Rockingham County Fair Association, the Rockingham County Fairground is the limelight of this region. Hosting the ever popular Rockingham County Fair, the ground is vast and the varied sections within the ground facilitate easy organization. Massive events and local festivals like horse races and circuses are frequently held here. It's the perfect place to grab some large scale entertainment.
A summer collegiate baseball franchise in the Valley Baseball League that provides family fun and entertaining games in June, July, and August.
Housed inside the Shenandoah Caverns, the Yellow Barn is offers an interesting palette of entertainment. The Caverns is an underground center that is home to a variety of entertainment options. The Yellow Barn characterizes a rural set up, indicating the ancient culture of locals. It has a farm-like appearance and exhibits historic marvels. There is also a market area where you can shop for souvenirs or wine. The barn houses a rotating stage in its center where live performances and music concerts are held. A must visit to enjoy some culture-rich entertainment!
Staunton's premier performing arts presenter featuring professional "Concert Hall Artists at Neighborhood Prices." Featuring classical, jazz and popular artists as well as dance troupes, "Broadway" shows and ethnic groups in the comfortable setting of John Lewis Auditorium at R.E. Lee High School.