Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
5811 Pritchard Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72117
Phone: (501) 945-3700
Fax: (501) 945-3700
The ten-screen multiplex is run by the Cinemark Theatres group, so you can rest assured about the quality of the service and facilities here. Only the most popular and the latest films are screened inside. ID is required for R-rated movies. For details on show times and other information, check the website.
Verizon Arena is the pride of the city of North Little Rock. Located in the center of downtown, it hosts sporting events, circuses and major concerts throughout the year. Past shows include Britney Spears, Bruce Springsteen, the Dixie Chicks and the Harlem Globetrotters. Visit the website for more information.
This 18,000 seat arena hosts concerts, exhibitions, and games for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Trojan basketball team and Arkansas Twisters Arena Football 2 team.
This is one of the biggest outdoor amphitheaters in Arkansas. It hosts a variety of entertainment programs through the year including Riverfest, 4th of July celebrations, local concerts, and major performances. Spectators can enjoy the performances on the reserved seats or laze around on the lush green lawns surrounding the amphitheater to enjoy the energetic performances. Tickets can be reserved online or through the Ticketmaster website.
Situated within the River Market (The) is the River Market Pavilions & River Plaza which consists of various spectacular meeting rooms. Enjoy the amazing view of the Arkansas River and Riverfest Amphitheatre while celebrating your occasion. Cultural activities, programmes, wedding receptions,class reunions, corporate functions or parties, picnics, cultural or church events, award ceremonies, fundraisers birthday parties too can take place at the pavillion which can house 1000 people. For bookings and rates please call or check the website.
Come enjoy a favorite local pastime, watching the Arkansas Travelers play at Ray Winder Field in War Memorial Park. The team plays AA ball and is affiliated with the Anaheim Angels of MLB. The hotter the summer gets the hotter the games. Come on out, grab a hot dog and watch home runs from futures stars. Regular ticket prices begin at USD5 for adults.
Located in the serene town of Little Rock, the Robinson Center Music Hall provides classic entertainment to the masses of Arkansas. Musicals, comedies and ballet performances are some of the entertaining acts to look out for at this venue. Reservations can be made over the phone, and you should ideally be present at the venue 30 minutes before the performance commences.
The Robinson Center includes several facilities, including an Exhibition Hall that is spread across a vast area of 14,867 square feet. The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has always given amazing performances here. The center also features the Robinson Center Music Hall and Performance Theater, where awards ceremonies and conferences are held. Be it a training session or a corporate meet, it has been the most preferred venue. It also has an underground parking facility.
The Arkansas Repertory Theatre brings a touch of Broadway to Little Rock. The Rep's cozy-sized auditorium attracts everyone from theater buffs in fur coats to curious patrons in jeans. Eleven shows are performed each season, which runs from September to June. The competent cast wins fans every time with plays such as The Wizard of Oz and Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat. The lobby doubles as a gallery selling colorful artwork by local artists, too. Ticket prices are modest.
Witness the surge of music excellence in the downtown area of Little Rock with the help of the rocking club aptly called Downtown Music. Varied musical events constantly take place. So check the website for further details. If your part of a band and need a platform to perform then Downtown Music is for you. Just email them and fix your dates.
Find a variety of events taking place at this charming theater in downtown Little Rock, from live music and independent films to theater. This collaborative environment is also home to ImprovLittleRock and the only teen improv company called Armadillo Rodeo. Whether its to see a local band performing or laugh until you cry at an improv show, The Public Theater in Little Rock is a sure bet for some quality entertainment.
A name that is of a quite revered status in the city, the Dreamland Ballroom is a heritage structure. The building in which the ballroom is housed is itself of prominence in the city. Known as Taborian Hall, the building was built in 1918 by Simeon Johnson for the organization, the Knights and Daughters of the Tabor. The ballroom came into existence around the early 1930s and by 1937, it became 'the' venue in the city, hosting such legends as Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, and Count Basie. Today, the ballroom is being managed by the Friends of the Dreamland Ballroom organization and is a museum-cum-event-venue-cum-historic-landmark. A visit is sure to be intriguing for all. Call to know more.