86 9th St. Cir., N.E.
Sioux Center, IA 51250
Phone: (712) 722-4000
Fax: (712) 722-4013
86 9th St. Cir., N.E., Sioux Center, IA, US, 51250
- Phone: (712) 722-4000
- Fax: (712) 722-4013
A Vegas-inspired casino, golf course, and hotel east of Sioux Falls, SD, with superior shopping, top-notch entertainment, a relaxing spa, and first-class dining.
The LifeLight Music Festival is one of the prominent Christian music festivals in the country. Each year sees an increase in the number of attendees, running into the hundred-thousands. Such an attendance requires an equally accommodating venue, which is this farm at Worthing. This venue is big enough to accommodate a camping area, two stages, parking area, and some stalls. So, do visit this venue during the festival, and discover music by a range of artists.
This annual four-day event, usually held in late May or early June, features a parade, over one hundred thirty art vendors, a variety of entertainment, an auto show, and a world famous buffalo chip-throwing contest. Delicious buffalo burgers are also offered.
This historic theatre offers many types of community entertainment and a variety of theatre productions.
This annual event is held each June and features over one hundred twenty art, craft, and food booths, as well as offering various stages that offer a variety of entertainment.
Brandon Valley Performing Arts Center is a plush venue thats hosts many concerts, dance shows and theatricals. The state-of-the-art center is well facilitated and provides comfortable seats and great acoustics. Many school performances, professional theater groups and popular actors have performed here. The center also promotes and encourages the works of amateurs and budding talent. So if you think you have what it takes to rock the stage then this place is your refuge.
This regional community center hosts a variety of events including weddings, conventions, sporting events, banquets and more. Visit the website for more information.
The District is a multifaceted entertainment venue located on the Empire Mall's campus. Spanning across 37,000 square feet (3437.41 square meters), this split level facility features a rustic restaurant called the Woodfire Grill, Ultra Lounge and a huge event hall for live music, corporate functions and more. The District has a warm and inviting feel with brick walls and a wooden decor. Some of the previous line ups are Uncle Kracker, Third Eye Blind and New Sound Underground.
If western classical music is your cup of tea, then this is the best place to go. The Orpheum has long been hosting symphony performances and ballet. Fred Astaire and Katherine Hepburn were the first of the Hollywood stars to perform here. Today, audiences can enjoy the best of Broadway shows. Performers such as Bill Cosby, BB King, Bob Dylan and Jerry Seinfeld have also graced this stage. This venue was, and continues to be the best choice for theater and ballet in Sioux City.
Located in downtown Sioux City, Vangarde Arts is the place to visit for the best in entertainment. This cultural center hosts concerts covering various genres of music, right from blues and folk to rock 'n' roll and pop music. The center is a perfect place to interact with the talented local as well as national performers. In the past, artists like Kevin Gordon, Pieta Brown and Bo Ramsey have entertained the crowd at Vangarde Arts. Apart from concerts, the center also hosts dance shows, art exhibitions and workshops.
The Tyson Events Center and the 10,000-seat Gateway Arena are host a wide variety of entertainment and sporting events, including hockey, concerts, football and basketball.
Slots, craps, roulette, blackjack and poker are available at this casino.