1301 Hamilton Ave.
Meridian, MS 39301
Phone: (601) 485-4646
Fax: (601) 485-3722
A performing arts center, conference center and an educational center, the MSU Riley Center includes a fully restored circa 1889, 950-seat grand opera house theater, 200-seat studio theatre and 30,000 square feet of meeting space, including large exhibit hall, break out rooms and board rooms. All are equipped with teleconferencing capabilities and built-in technical features. The MSU Riley Center is the home for Meridian Symphony Orchestra events.
Located at Cafe Latte, this hip night spot offers live entertainment each weekend.
Features the latest comedic, dramatic, action, and romantic films.
This Moorish Revival style theater was built in 1928 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The theater was once used for vaudeville and movies and is now the setting for numerous concerts, plays, stage shows, and area events. One of only two Robert Morton pipe organs known to exist is located at this beautiful theater. Tours are available upon request.
This festival is a fundraiser for the local art museum and features live blues, finger licking barbecue, children's activities, an art show and lots more!