Quality Inn & Suites Southwest
2800 Greenway Dr.
Jackson, MS 39204
Phone: (601) 922-5600
Fax: (601) 922-0768
If 10-pin is your game, this might well be your home away from home. A traditional bowling alley in every sense, this joint is teeming with local characters. If you are planning a casual game, you had better call first to make sure you are not infringing on one of many league nights. A casual, typically smoky bowler's lounge is also located on the premises, offering patrons a lively venue for bragging or drowning their sorrows.
Paradise Lanes is a classic bowling alley in Jackson. This venue has aged gracefully, with the shoes, lanes and facilities maintained with great care. The friendly staff ensures that you always enjoy your visit. Paradise Lanes hosts league play during the week and discounts throughout the week to keep your outing affordable.
Located in the heart of the Jackson State University campus, the Rose Embly McCoy Auditorium provides students with a platform to showcase their artistic talents. With a seating capacity of over 1000, the auditorium is used for a variety of things ranging from speeches and graduation ceremonies to dance and drama performances. The multipurpose venue also offers banquet facilities and can be adapted to be used as a party venue. Due to its large seating capacity and up to date facilities, the auditorium is also used for hosting a number of concerts and musicals.
Completed in 1981, the Lee E. Williams Athletics and Assembly Center is in the northwest part of the Jackson State University campus. It is called the AAC arena by the locals, and is home to JSU men's and women's basketball team. The arena seats up to 8,000 and hosts various college level matches. The AAC also houses the Athletics Department and athletic training rooms.
Come see the latest comedies, dramas, and romances at UA Clinton 10.
You know that you will get royal treatment when you head to a branch of the Regal Cinemas chain. This theatre, located in Clinton, 20 miles away from Jackson, is no exception. While no one expects you to drive here to watch a flick, if you are already here and have some spare time, why not catch a movie? Invite your friends, grab some refreshments, park yourself on a comfy seat and you are ready to go!
Located in the Farish Street Historical District, the Alamo Theater was built in the 1940s and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. A cornerstone of the area's black business and social community through the years, the building has served as a meeting hall, a movie cinema, and a performing arts theater. As recently as a generation ago, the Alamo was the local host to black Vaudeville performances and black bands. Now owned and maintained by the Mississippi Association for the Preservation of Historic Places, the historic 524-seat theater still puts on a regular schedule of entertainment events.
The 'MTELl Centre' is conveniently located in the downtown area. This venue hosts a number of events and concerts and is therefore a center for entertainment. Get here and catch up with one of the events, and look forward for a great day. Book your tickets in advance, before its too late.
Also known as the City Auditorium, Thalia Mara Hall stands as one of Jackson's most utilized civic venues for stage performances. A seating capacity of 2,500 provides an intimate environment for moderate-size productions of all kinds. Public meetings and conventions are accommodated with boardrooms and reception areas adjacent to the main hall, while the backstage area features dressing rooms and showers for theatrical troupes. With its acoustical shell design, Mara Hall is a particular favorite for choral recitals, and is the home to the USA International Ballet Competition.
Central City Complex specializes in providing venues for holding banquets be it for a family get-together, birthday, wedding, reception, a business meeting, party or an anniversary. It does its best to set up the environment as per the purpose of the meeting—sometimes, decorations with colorful balloons, flowers or ribbons and sometimes, a very formal seating arrangement with a stage and mikes. In addition to this, it is also a venue where live music is played in order to entertain the guests and to provide a gratifying experience. If you want to celebrate or want to hold a conference, then Central City Complex is definitely a good choice thanks to the tasty food, flawless service and excellence at setting up the required environment.
Each year, Clinton celebrates the fourth of July with an amazing fireworks display in the park. Food vendors, live music and other activities round out the evening.
The brick streets of downtown Clinton come alive as this annual events showcases art from a wide over 100 exhibitors. There are also games, entertainment and good Southern food!