75 Indiana St.
Jasper, IN 47546
Phone: (812) 481-2008
Fax: (812) 634-2338
Established in 1977, this nonprofit community theatre provides an array of highly entertaining productions by an eager and talented staff of creative volunteers from August to June.
Two day festival that celebrates the German heritage and features authentic German food, music, and dancing. You must be 21 years of age to enjoy this event. Held in August.
A one quarter mile high banked dirt oval racetrack, this Auto Racing Facility has been family operated for over 40 years. Racing takes place on Sundays May through September.
The whole family will enjoy two days of delicious food, games, crafts, flea markets, a parade, music, a queen contest, and a car show during this lively event.
Evansville Dance Theatre is "a not-for-profit ballet company and performing arts training institute."
The LTB is a community theater with all of the actors, stagehands, box office workers, directors, and musicians volunteering their time and talents. The theatre offers "an intimate atmosphere of only 170 seats." They produce three plays/musicals during the regular fall-spring season and have a summer play.
Has evening shows daily and matinee shows on the weekends. They have $10 gift certificate books available.
This world-class entertainment venue is located about 145 miles from Indianapolis. Home to the Purple Aces and the Evansville Bluecats, it can seat up to 12,500 people. Catering facilities and a meeting room to accommodate 400 people are also available. The venue holds concerts, conventions, trade fairs and sporting events like basketball and volleyball. The popular ISHAA wrestling competition is also held here. The Shrine Circus comes here every Thanksgiving weekend. It certainly offers lots of things to look forward to.
The Evansville BlueCats is affiliated with United Indoor Football. Their home games are played at the multi-purpose Roberts Stadium.
The Otters are a locally owned team that is a member of the Frontier League. Their home games are played at Bosse Field, the third-oldest professional baseball stadium in the country and the site of the filming of A League of Their Own, May through August.
Operated and managed by the Evansville Hope For the Rejected, the Hatch is a local event venue. It not only provides a stage to the upcoming bands but the idea is to have a safe venue for the youth. Apart from concerts, the Hatch also hosts lectures, seminars, community gatherings and similar events throughout the year. For more details, call ahead.