1625 West Center St
Provo, UT 84601
Phone: (801) 373-0099
Fax: (801) 370-0239
Enjoy movies in this state of the art theatre offering snacks and stadium seating.
See the newest Hollywood hits and enjoy great concessions at this movie theatre.
Formerly known as the 'Cougar Stadium', this varsity stadium is homeground to the Brigham Young University Cougars. Being a 65,000 seater stadium, the baseball action is covered by networks and the local papers alike. The turnout for a game is tremendous and the Cougars have a faithful fan following in their hometown. They have playes against worthy opponents like Notre Dame, Penn State, UCLA etc. The Althletic Hall of Fame in the Cougar Club room, at the stadium, is used through the year for meetings and banquets. Besides the fall and spring football season, the Stadium lights up as a spectacular fireworks display is showcased here on Independence Day.
Sundance Summer Theatre is an amphitheater enclosed by a green veil of pine trees making this theater a most spectacular natural setting. The theater features popular musicals every season, including works such as Oliver and Cinderella. The children's theatre performs favorites such as the Cartoon Theatre and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe every Monday through Saturday. The beauty of the mountain setting and cool alpine breezes make this theater-going experience one not to miss. Show times vary. Call the Institute for specifics.
Located on the sprawling Orem campus of the Utah Valley University, the UCCU Events Center, formerly the McKay Events Center, is a versatile, dynamic venue that serves the city of Orem as well as neighboring communities. Opened in 1996, this center has played to some of the most prominent events in the area, and has hosted such talents as Maroon 5, Lifehouse, One Republic, and Kelly Clarkson. See the website or call to know more.
Watch hit movies in a modern cinema.
The venue for the annual Pony Express Day PRCA Rodeo, this venue is located at the Pony Express Regional Park in Eagle Mountain, Utah. Every year, cowboys and cowgirls from all over the world arrive here to show off their talents. If you are a rodeo fan, or just curious about this intriguing sport, then do head here when visiting Eagle Mountain.
Draper Amphitheater is nestled on the foothills of South Mountain and offers a stunning view of the Salt Lake Valley. Built in 2010, its terraced rows give a good view from anywhere you sit. Its huge proscenium stage is enclosed and is equipped with the latest technology. The complex features a public park, dressing rooms, restrooms, a green room, a children's playground and walking trails.
Established in 1938, the Draper Historic Theatre is a non-profit organization offering great family entertainment. Occupying a historic building, this venue has been a popular gathering spot for generations of performing arts enthusiasts. Their schedule features an array of musicals and theatrical productions. Budding artists of all ages are given opportunities to perform or get behind the scenes and showcase their talent.
The Avon Theater showed movies from about 1950 to 1955. By 2000 it was known as the Reel Theatre. Today it shows a variety of movies and hosts special events.
Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort is a popular spot for holidaymakers for all seasons. From accommodations, meeting venues, dining facilities, activities to shops and a spa, there is lots that one can do here. Plaza Deck is among the five outdoor meeting spaces in this resort. Used for movie nights, concerts and more, it has a beautiful ambiance with the Little Cottonwood Canyon and Wasatch Range as its background.