707 Highway 66 South
Kernersville, NC 27284
Phone: (336) 996-3501
Fax: (336) 996-9701
707 Highway 66 South, Kernersville, NC, US, 27284
- Phone: (336) 996-3501
- Fax: (336) 996-9701
Raised On Shred Shed is located near the Piedmont Triad International Airport and is a hidden gem. Only those in the know are aware of its existence. The fairy lights give this place a vibrant look when the bands take center stage. This DIY venue usually hosts punk concerts. Some of their previous listings are Armslength, Ghost Stories, wolves & wolves & wolves & wolves, No Reception, The Past Six Years and Coastal
Opened in 1964, The Barn Dinner Theater is the oldest running dinner theater venue in America. Start off the night with a buffet containing a salad bar, ham and roast beef carving station, dessert cart, and a cash bar. Then, watch the stage descend from the ceiling into the middle of the dining room. Comedies, musicals, dramas and mysteries performed by local talent and actors scouted from across the nation will engross you for the whole evening. Visit the website or call ahead to make reservations.
NASCAR racing was established in 1949 at this stadium that features a flat, quarter mile oval racetrack that hosts NASCAR-sanctioned weekly events and a Winston Racing Series is featured each Saturday night from May through August.
Popular as the old post office owing to its red colored rooms, Millennium Center is "the" happening spot of the city. Functional since long, this downtown venue is basically a concert venue staging a variety of music concerts of all genres. It is also the most preferred choice for cultural events and celebrations like the Halloween nights. Small and well maintained, the place is just the right spot to let your foot down.
Since it opened in 1992, Millis Athletic and Convocation Center has been a premier athletics facility both on campus and off. Considered one of the best sports facilities in the Big South Conference, this center has played host to some important sports events, like the Big South Women's Basketball Tournament and Big South Men's Basketball Tournament. Besides sports, the center also plays host to regional and community events, and has also hosted former President George W Bush when he came to the city in 2002. See the website or call to know more.
Located less than an hour away from Greensboro is this popular performance venue in Winston-Salem. The Garage welcomes 21 year old patrons and older.
A magnificently restored, Neoclassical theatre that was originally a 1929 silent movie theatre and is now the primary performance space for the North Carolina School of the Arts. A total of 1,380 seats on two levels is inside the theater and a wide variety of events, concerts, and performances are held here.
This downtown, versatile arts center is among the esteemed entertainment venues in the city. Milton Rhodes Arts Center is an amalgamation of arts and creativity. Music, dance, film, visual art and theater come alive in innovative spaces that are equipped with the latest modern technology. The complex consists of the Sawtooth School for Visual Art, Eleanor and Egbert Davis Gallery, the Hanesbrands Theatre, F. Borden Hanes Jr. Conference Room, Reynolds Place, Womble Carlyle Gallery, Excalibur Café and Terrace and F. Borden Hanes Jr. Conference Room. These spaces are also available on rent for various events.
BB&T Ballpark is home to the Winston-Salem Dash minor league baseball team. Able to seat 5500 patrons, this ballpark is a great place to watch a game.
Presenting performances each fall and spring in downtown Winston-Salem at the Stevens Center, this opera theatre is distinguished by its presentation of not just opera, but opera theatre, with fully developed characters portrayed by outstanding singing actors.
Formerly Groves Stadium, it is the home of the Demon Deacons, the football team of Wake Forest University. Visitors can enjoy football college games in the arena, which has a seating capacity of 31,500 seats.
The Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum (LJVMC) opened in 1989 and is owned and operated by the city of Winston-Salem. The Coliseum is designed to accommodate all types of events such as the Wake Forrest University basketball games, rodeo, concerts, theater, family shows, conventions, dinners and tennis tournaments. With its large floors for special events and receptions, and its high-tech lighting and sound system, the LJVMC brings in thousands of people daily into the 1500-seat auditorium. The fully renovated Coliseum features a food court with restaurants and concession stands like Domino's Pizza, Bojangles and Prissy Polly's BBQ.