5441 Simpson Hwy, 28W
Magee, MS 39111
Phone: (601) 849-2300
Fax: (601) 849-2323
Located in downtown Brandon, the Black Rose draws crowds from all over the state as they produce a variety of family safe, entertaining dramas, comedies and musicals each year.
This classic cinema is part of the Malco Theatres chain. Located in Madison, 12 miles from Jackson, it wows the audiences with the latest Hollywood movies shown on 17 screens. Amenities in the auditoriums include a 36.5 x 70 foot screen, stadium seating, rocking-chairs, cup-holders on the chairs, and Dolby and THX sound systems. There is also an ATM machine, cyber café, and three party rooms on-site. The food available here includes fried mozzarella sticks and chicken tenders. For show timings and other information, check the website.
Brandon Day is a three day festival held in May each year. Festivities include arts & crafts, food, carnival, a talent show and an open air concert on the third night of the event.
Actor's Playhouse in Jackson is a place for artists express themselves and inspire audiences through the power of theater. This is one of the best places to view live theater in Jackson.
This branch of the Cinemark chain of theatres, which opened in 1998, is located in Pearl, nine miles from Jackson. Stadium seating will let you enjoy the movies shown on the 17 screens, while the in-house refreshment stands will satiate your hunger pangs. The place is quite strict about age restriction for movies—be sure to carry your proof of identity along to avoid being disappointed.
Day in the Park is annual festival that celebrates the artists, craftsmen, entertainers and families that make southern Mississippi such a unique and wonderful place. The first Saturday each May from 9:30am until 4:00pm, attendees can enjoy entertainment, view student art, participate in children's activities, eat delicious food and purchase handcrafted items from vendors across the South.
With over 800,000 lights, this annual display turns the park into a Christmas wonderland. Opening ceremonies commence on the first Saturday evening in December and include music, food and drinks and a visit from Santa!
Held the first Saturday of October, this festival offers lots of great food, arts and crafts and entertainment for the whole family. Activities also include a designated area just for kids to have fun, cooking contests, 5K races, and great music.
This holiday event begins with a candlelit tour of the beautiful Landrum's grounds in its Christmas best and includes barbecue & funnel cakes from the Ole Smokehouse. The event is held on the first Saturday after Thanksgiving.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
This event features live blues music, great food and a festive, family atmosphere. The Blues bash is the last blast of each summer.
On the first Saturday in October, this festival offers a full day of art activities, live music, arts and crafts vendors and food vendors.