3325 US 60 E.
Huntington, WV 25705
Phone: (304) 525-7001
Fax: (304) 525-7225
3325 US 60 E., Huntington, WV, US, 25705
- Phone: (304) 525-7001
- Fax: (304) 525-7225
The Elimination Chamber is Huntington's dedicated address for live gigs. Local bands hold jam sessions at this home on 7th Avenue that draws in music enthusiasts in the neighborhood. Rock genres dominate the scene with emerging bands like Other Factors, Convul, Mere Phantoms, Bath Salts, Xerxes and Centerfield being staged.
Community orrchestra which presents an average season of six classical and three pops performances each year.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics, first-run movies, and live stage shows.
Located inside the David Harris Riverfront Park, the David Harris Riverfront Park Amphitheater is used to showcase movie screenings, film festivals, theatricals, concerts and other performing arts. The likes of Colt Ford and other artists have performed here. Beautiful landscaping, walking trails, picnic areas, a playground and this wonderful amphitheater makes David Harris Riverfront Park worth visiting for every tourist and performing arts buff.
The Funny Bone in Pullman Square in Huntington, West Virginia hosts nationally touring comedians as well as local mic nights for homegrown talent.
An elegantly designed space, the V Club is Huntington's premier venue for live music and fun. Located in the bustling downtown area of the city, close to Marshall University, this venue features an indoor space as well an outdoor space. The indoor club is where all the live music happens, and the space comes equipped with excellent sound and light systems to ensure the performance is enjoyable. However, if you would rather enjoy your concert in open air, then head out onto the patio, which also has a bar, where a smaller stage presents performances. See the website to know more.
Big Sandy Superstore Arena is a large event complex located in Downtown Huntington. The arena hosts major events, from wrestling to exhibition games and concerts.
The HYAMP, or Huntington Youth Arts & Music Project, is a venue that caters to the recreational and entertainment needs of all youth of the city. Bands from all over the country come here and perform in this smoke-free venue. Among the artists that have graced the stage include Emery, Armor for Sleep, and Bury Your Dead. Contact for more information on upcoming shows and other details.
Visit this theater and come see what's playing at the movies.