Quality Inn & Conference Center
1700 S. Canyon Road
Ellensburg, WA 98926
Phone: (509) 925-9800
Fax: (509) 925-2093
1700 S. Canyon Road, Ellensburg, WA, US, 98926
- Phone: (509) 925-9800
- Fax: (509) 925-2093
This smaller space makes for a unique experience when it comes to stand-up. Some big names breeze through, bringing together the worlds of fame and quaint.
Housed in a historic building, the Seasons Performance Hall is a multi-purpose venue. The classy interiors and modern amenities available here make it one of the most sought after venues. Seasons features auditorium, banquet hall and other smaller halls. It can be rented for private celebrations and corporate functions. For details, call ahead.
Yakima's primary performing arts facility, the historic Capitol Theatre seats 1,200 patrons and is home to the Yakima Symphony Orchestra, Town Hall Series, national tours, Broadway touring productions, and Community Concerts.
This museums is home to many exhibits about the history of the Yakima Valley. Exhibits range from the history of Native Americans in the area, to three centuries of clothing and costumes, cars and even the prehistoric history of the land.
The Yakima County Stadium is located at the Central Washington State Fairgrounds. The stadium was opened in 1993 and is a baseball stadium that is also home ground for the Yakima Bears minor league team. With the capacity to seat approximately 3,000 people, the grounds hold regular games so do call for ticket and game details.
The Yakima Valley SunDome is host to a plethora of events, from Basketball to Rodeo. A few hours outside Seattle, you will find this multi-purpose facility. The seating here is very accessible and comfortable, making it a great for viewing concerts and shows held here. This 6195 seater multi purpose arena has played host to a number of performances and sporting events over the years and also the WIAA/Dairy Farmers of Washington 1B, 1A, and 2A High School Basketball State Tournaments annually.
El Dos De Oro on Ranch Rite Road is a full-fledged community entertainment center that caters to the Latin music lovers in and around Yakima. The center boasts of advanced sound and lighting technology, which enhances the experience of listening to the performances of renowned music groups and artists. To the delight of admirers of Latin music, Grammy award winning group Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have graced its stage in the past, and so have other international artists and groups like Don Omar, Los Caminantes and Juan Rivera. El Dos De Oro is a perfect place to groove on some lively original Latin music.
The Gorge Amphitheater is one of the most stunning venues for a music concert. Panoramic visions of the Columbia River Gorge are all around the arena. Concert goers can watch performances by their idols and get a dose of natural beauty at the same time. The grassy ground slopes downwards towards the arena providing everyone with ample viewing opportunity. Sting, Busta Rhymes and Ringo Starr have graced the stage here. Camping facilities are also provided. The security is strict so check for banned items before you reach the venue.
Founded in 1947, the Wenatchee Valley Symphony a number of concerts during their season at the Wenatchee High School Auditorium.
A local movie theater that shows new release feature films.
"A lively family of diverse individuals dedicated to sharing the joy of live theater with the community."
The Wenatchee AppleSox Baseball Club is part of the West Coast Collegiate Baseball League. The AppleSox provide inexpensive family entertainment for baseball fans throughout North Central Washington. Contests for the fans, your favorite ballpark food and beverages, and special promotions throughout the season make a day at the ballpark something to remember. League Champions of 2003, 2005, and 2006. Division Champions of 2002 and 2004.