418 Council Road
Chesterton, IN 46304
Phone: (219) 929-5549
Fax: (219) 262-2075
418 Council Road, Chesterton, IN, US, 46304
- Phone: (219) 929-5549
- Fax: (219) 262-2075
Aptly named as The Sound Cellar, this venue offers some scintillating sound of music for listeners of all ages. Located inside a building on South Calumet Road, various indie rock and pop bands schedule their performances here, while on tour. A delight for music listeners, it has hosted performances by bands like Johnny Foreigner, We Were Skeletons and This Last Dance in the past. The shows held here are quite popular among the masses, so make sure you book the tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
Meet the original Munchkins from the 1939 classic film "The Wizard of Oz" during this three day, two night Oz fantasy event in September. Other activities include celebrity autograph parties, a children's lunch with costumed characters, craft & food booths, a fantasy parade, and a look-a-Like contest. Held in September.
Two day juried, fine arts fair featuring over 140 artists exhibiting art work in all types of media. Food and refreshments available. Held in August.
42 Class chevy show. Car lovers will enjoy seeing a variety of cars, food, music and more. Held in August.
A community theatre group with productions generally the first three weekends of each even month, call for schedule.
A year-round theatre that features a 10-week Canterbury Summer Theater Season of "summer stock" musicals and comedies presented by talented acting company. There is a variety of programming September through May.
The Peru Amateur Circus, comprised of youth from grade school through college, have entertained in the Midwest as well as in Europe
From a modest beginning as Valparaiso Little Theatre Guild to a full-fledged theater, Chicago Street Theatre has made a mark in the performing arts scene of Indiana. This intimate theater, which has a seating capacity for 130 spectators, offers a repertoire of dramas and musicals that are scheduled throughout the year. Owing to its extensive renovation in 2008, the auditorium is fitted with state-of-the-art sound and light technology which enhances the fun of watch the stellar performances of the artists. Parallel to the theater performances, the Chicago Street Theatre also hosts concert series, inviting a number of local and national artists/ bands on tour. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Valparaiso Memorial Opera House is one place to catch some of the best plays and concerts in town. The opera house is a prominent cultural venue for cultural events, and is thriving with myriad theater events and more all through the year. The place holds an annual theater festival that is a wonderful blend of contemporary theater and classics. The opera house has also dedicated a special project for children to disseminate arts in young mind and promote new talent. Other events here include concerts and music events. The opera house is the oldest in town and is celebrating 115 years of its existence. Be a part of history by attending an event here. To know more, do call ahead.
Porter County Parks & Recreation is the site of several fun filled family entertainment opportunities during the year. Festivals at Sunset Hill Farm County Park include the Kites & Canines Festival in May, the NWI International Festival in June, and the Winter Lights Festival in November.
A stadium that has been the home of Valparaiso University's football events since 1919, the Brown Field is a prominent sports facility in then city of Valparaiso. Though primarily used for football matches of the Valparaiso Crusaders, the stadium also is used for soccer and other athletic events of the university's athletics department. See the website or call to know more.
More than 1500 slot machines, plus Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Caribbean Stud Poker, Three-card Poker, and Mini-Baccarat. There are two on-site restaurants and a 188-room hotel.