Quality Inn & Suites
1836 East 64th Street
Anderson, IN 46013
Phone: (765) 641-9980
Fax: (765) 641-7984
Built in 1948, the historic Anderson Speedway has been entertaining the people of Anderson for decades now. On non-race days, the raceway can be hired for business luncheons, seminars, meetings, bashes and private parties. Check website for details.
Located inside the Anderson University campus, O.C. Lewis Gymnasium is a magnificent multi-purpose arena with a seating capacity for 3000 spectators. The arena was completed in the year 1962 and has been host to various men and women volleyball, basketball and athletic events. Well connected to the Kardatzke Wellness Center the arena is also a venue for various concerts and other live cultural events.
The Klipsch (formerly Verizon Wireless) Music Center is the place for music lovers, with a performance roster that boasts every major musical act to pass through Indiana. Concerts at the center are bound to go house full. Lawn Passes are available for $20 or less, depending upon the performance. For those willing to pay a little more, stadium seating is available to get you closer to the action.
For a great cinematic experience, where you watch the film really does matter. Entertaining you with just the right atmosphere amidst a descent crowd the Hamilton 16 IMAX is the where you should take your entire clan. Be it with family or friends, the spectacular sound and screens bring the images to life. The theater also rents its spaces for birthday parties and other private events. For further information, log on to their website.
Scheumann Stadium is football arena in Muncie. It is a part of the Ball State University and the home turf of Ball State Cardinals. Built in 1967 as the Ball State Stadium, it was renamed in honor of John and June Scheumann who had donated a huge amount for the stadium's renovation.
Located across the South Walnut Street, the Center Stage is one of the prominent concert venues in town. This venue is equipped with modern acoustics and lighting system that further enhances the amazing performances. As far as the live music concerts are concerned, Center Stage stages a perfect mix of established and budding performers, and every gig is simply loved by one and all. For more details and concert schedule, call ahead.
More than just a hall, the Doc's Music Hall is where locals head to for their daily dose of evening entertainment. Buzzing with activity, this place hosts comedies, live music acts, trivia nights and other forms of entertainment. The place also has an excellent bar which is well stocked with great selections of ales and spirits from around the world. The food menu is a mixture of light contemporary snacks and Mediterranean cuisine. Do also check out their very interactive website which also has an online store where visitors can purchase clothing, merchandise and CDs from. Admission is open only for those who are 21 years and above. Call ahead to know more.
Minnetrista has a museum, expansive sculpture gardens and a cultural center. Walk through the Wishing Well, Oakhurst, Colonnade, Rose and Children's Gardens and discover contemporary and thought-provoking sculptures. Explore a historic mansion, then head to the museum to study the family life, entertainment industry and local history of Indiana. This center is the site of four major annual festivals.
Hancock County Fairgrounds or more popularly known as Hancock County 4-H Fairgrounds since it is the base of the annual 4-H Fair. The grounds can be rented out throughout the year for receptions, trade fairs, livestock shows and more. It features an exhibit hall, barns, show arenas, a food shelter, commercial building, a stage and restrooms.
The Mud Creek Players was created during the World War II as a women's group who met to make uniforms once every month. After the war was over, the group was transformed into a play reading group, which later on progressed into a full fledged theater company. The company had to move several locations before they acquired and transformed a barn into their theater. The Mud Creek Players now host plays and performances in several genres, right from classics, children plays to experimental performances. With authentic barn style seating, stage and even green rooms, watching a performance here is an enthralling and unique experience. To know the schedule of the plays, check the website.
Situated inside a historic building along West Main Street in Arcadia, the Hedgehog Music Showcase is a must visit venue for relaxed light entertainment. The place has a very rustic look to it, with a welcoming and charming ambiance. On weekends, they hosts some really talented musicians from various genres. No alcohol is served and the venue is smoke free. Call ahead for more details.
This large movie house located in downtown Carmel has every film a movie-goer could want. With 17 screens, there is no shortage of variety of movies from blockbuster films to limited release showings. The theater can get pretty crowded and busy on the weekends but weekdays are a breeze.