2030 Northgate Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Phone: (765) 567-7100
Fax: (765) 567-9085
Situated on 200 acres, this 1,500 seat outdoor theater hosts a variety of shows and performances from late spring to early fall.
Produces entertaining, thought provoking plays with moral and ethical focus from the Judeo-Christian perspective. Chancel Players of Lafayette presents major productions at local churches for the general public. Auditions are open to all.
This thriving art space in Lafayette is a platform for local artists to showcase their talents. Comprising nine studio spaces, Foam City is host to a plethora of artistic events, right from fine arts exhibitions to contemporary concerts. A number of national musicians and bands make this venue their stop for performance in the city while on tour. In the past, upcoming bands like The Lawnmower Incident, The Gestalts and Punk Talk who belong to various genres of music, have performed at Foam City.
Named in the honor of Thomas Duncan, a renowned industrialist and philanthropist, the Thomas Duncan Hall is a multi-faceted venue. Weddings, concerts, poetry reading sessions, community events, group meetings and many other events are hosted here. Featuring several halls and spaces like Victorian Tea Room and Thomas Duncan Room, the venue has an old-world charm to it and the furnishings further add to it. For more details and schedule, call ahead.
This ballet company performs classical ballet throughout the year, as well as, an annual performance of the Nutcracker at the Long Center.
Enjoy many seasonal concerts by this symphony orchestra, including an annual outdoor Stars and Stripes Concert on the 4th of July.
Built in 1920, this performing arts center is the home of the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra plus hosts many community events in its 1,200 seat theater. The Grand Theatre Organ in this center contains 1,400 pipes and is beautifully finished in ivory and gold.
The Muse is not quite in ancient Greece, but this contemporary venue is designed to be a breath of inspiration for arts and entertainment in Lafayette. The club does not talk about such a task with hot air, but hosts comedy, fashion shows, live music, poetry, theater, dance and a number of classes.
This high school stadium built in large part by private donations of Jefferson High School seats up to 6,000 spectators and is home to the Jefferson High School Broncos.