Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
4258 Youngstown Road, SE
Warren, OH 44484
Phone: (330) 369-4100
Fax: (330) 369-8487
Crawlspace Concert Club is the brainchild of Jeff Gargas, Brian Markle, Codie Priester and Frank Toncar. This funky space not only a concert venue but also hosts comedy acts and craft shows. They also have photography and recording studios as well as a rehearsal area. You can also play games at their arcade zone. Some of their previous listings are Conqueror, Universal Pulse, Canaan Barger, Bunderthird and The Party.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Historian Recording Co. focuses on sound designing for films and musicians. Their studio hosts recordings and concerts by traveling artists. Since the space is limited, the shows are only advertised through their facebook page. Equipped with a great sound system, the live performances are indeed a treat to listen to.
A popular football stadium in Youngstown, the Stambaugh Stadium is located on the campus of the Youngstown State University. Completed in 1982, the stadium is the home ground of Youngstown State Penguins football team. Over the decades, the stadium has undergone several modifications and renovations, but it still retains the position of being the premier football venue in the city. Do call to know more.
Mahoning Valley symphony group that offers performances and special events throughout the year.
Located at the Struthers High School, the Struthers Field House is where the school conducts all its major league games. Home to the Wild Cats team, the venue was opened first in 1951 and was formerly referred to as the Struthers Memorial Gymnasium. Since then, it has become one of the best sporting facilities in the city. With room for approximately 4,000 fans, the venue is primarily a basketball facility and its major developments were based on donations made by the locals. Call ahead to know more.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics, and first-run foreign movies.