2111 E Kansas Ave
McPherson, KS 67460
Phone: (620) 241-6960
Fax: (620) 241-4340
One of the few large scale event venues in Salina, The Muse Ballroom hosts a plethora of events in its 7000 square feet (650 square meters) space. This includes wedding receptions, concerts, meetings, conferences and parties for close to 900 people at a time. Facilities such as a full-fledged bar, a large projection screen and advanced sound system, ensure that the events held here are successful. And that's not all, as this venue turns into a happening 21 and above party spot on weekends where renowned DJs entertain the crowd with some mind-blowing mixes. Call ahead to know more.
A haven for underground music lovers, Indian Rock Lodge is a venue well known in Salina for hosting concerts by indie bands. What separates it from most of the concert venues is the chance to interact with the bands in an intimate atmosphere. In the past, hardcore metal and rock bands like The Cast Pattern, Listener and Copernicus have entertained the crowd of all age groups at Indian Rock Lodge.
Prairie Harbor Recreation is a ground hosting a number of sports in the city of Salina. There are facilities for go-carting, biking, racing cars and a golf course with six-holes. It has one-way racing tracks that are challenging and also have pit areas, loading docks and maintenance shops for the vehicles.
Located just a short drive from Wichita, Hartman Arena is a prime destination for catching a concert or sporting event. From country music performances to school wrestling matches, this arena hosts a wide variety of events. With a seating capacity of 6500, there's plenty of space for any major event you're interested in hosting here - there are even two party rooms with a smaller capacity for more intimate events.
The West 21st Warren is one of the most beloved movie theaters in Wichita. Enjoy some of the most popular movies out today on a fun evening out. The Hollywood Canteen is the onsite restaurant; it's a replica of an old soda fountain, a charming place to have a meal before your movie starts. Although there is no waiter service in the theater, you can take your food into the auditorium to enjoy while you watch your film.
For bowling fans, there's no place like Northrock Lanes in the entire state. This is the largest bowling facility in Kansas, so there's plenty of space to enjoy a game, join a league, or host a party. There's a pro shop onsite so you can get outfitted to bowl your best. Kids and adults alike can enjoy the arcade and snack on something from the menu. Upstairs, the banquet hall has a capacity of 200, perfect for a huge party!
Cessna Stadium, located on the Wichita State University campus, is a premier track and field stadium that hosts the annual Kansas State High School Championship meet. Built in 1969, this 30,000 seat stadium also is the home to the Wichita State University track and field team.
Nicknamed the 'Round Mound of Sound,' The Cotillion has been a staple when it comes to entertainment in Wichita. Built in 1960, this gem of a venue has hosted various outstanding live music performances. In the past this stellar venue, with its beautifully illuminated stage, has featured legends such Louis Armstrong, Muddy Waters and B.B. King. Music-admirers from far away cities still flock to the venue to watch their favorite artists. Apart from concerts, the venue also hosts comedy shows, grand wedding receptions and other major events.
Watch today's Hollywood blockbusters in style at Warren Old Town Theatre & Grill. Comfy seats are arranged in twos behind spacious tables. The theater is set up this way because they serve food and drinks, so you can enjoy a delicious meal while experiencing the thrills of your film. Choose from menu items like nachos, burgers, chicken tenders, and a selection of specialty pizzas. Drinks include coffee, tea, and sodas.
The historic Wichita Scottish Rite building was constructed in 1887 and is known for its notable architecture. There is space available for rent for special events. The theater is also home to an organization that focuses on educating young people about the art of theatrical productions. Local students put on shows and learn about every aspect of the process.
At Mosley Street Melodrama, the audience is part of the performance. During the show, you can feel free to cheer for the hero of the story. Tickets can be purchased with our without dinner. Enjoy a buffet-style meal while watching some of Wichita's best live entertainment. They also have a full bar and complimentary popcorn to complete the experience.