Quality Inn Paradise Creek
S.E. 1400 Bishop Blvd.
Pullman, WA 99163
Phone: (509) 332-0500
Fax: (509) 334-4271
The Village Centre Cinemas has eight auditoriums, each with stadium-style seating, wall-to-wall screens and high-backed luxury seats with fold-up, cup holder armrests.
Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum has 12,000 seats and is one of the largest performing arts centers in the Inland Northwest. The coliseum also offers a smaller, 2,600 seat theatre.
Go grab a seat for yourself at Martin Staduim because this year the Washington State Cougars have some exciting football games lined up against their Pac 10 foes. Tickets prices vary. This stadium has a seating capacity for 40,000 people so take your whole gang along!
Located in downtown Pullman, The BellTower is a premier events venue in the city. Spread over two floors, this multi-functional space offers a main concert hall with a capacity of 433, and a smaller ballroom with a capacity of 225. Here you can find bands performing to country/ western, indie folk rock, and hip-hop music, catering to an eclectic audience. Apart from live concerts, The BellTower also hosts theater performances, conferences and private events. Call or visit the website for more information.
This historic theatre was originally built in 1930. The newer theatre was reopened in 1936 with its current layout and 600-seat auditorium.
Named in the honor of the former coach of Washington State Basketball Jack Friel, Friel Court is a basketball arena located inside the Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum in Washington State University campus. Home to the Washington State University's Cougar team since 1973, the arena serves as a state-of-the-art basketball court for university and national matches.
Cordova Theater is located in Pullman, Washington and was constructed in 1927. The theater has a Mission/Spanish Revival style of architecture designed by architects Whitehouse & Price and interior decorator Carl R. Berg. In 1950 an Art Deco marquee was added to it. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 18, 2004.
Beasley Coliseum is an arena on the campus of Washington State University. The arena is home to the university's Cougar men's and women's basketball teams. In addition to sporting events, the arena also hosts other events like concerts, lectures and the some of the university's graduation events.
Pullman Civic Theatre continues a tradition of affordable live theatre with two-act plays, radio plays, classic musicals, and dinner theatre.
Kibbie Dome (Cowan Spectrum) is a multi-purpose stadium that provides ace sports facilities. The stadium was built in 1971 as an outdoor football stadium and has today become a state-of-the-art indoor arena with many courts, fields and sports services. With a capacity of 16,000 for football and 7000 for basketball, the stadium is also referred to as Cowan Spectrum by many fans. The stadium is well equipped with weight rooms, training rooms, practice fields, locker rooms and so on. Certainly a haven for all sports buffs!