1035 Highway 49 S
Richland, MS 39218
Phone: (601) 932-5553
Fax: (601) 932-7882
1035 Highway 49 S, Richland, MS, US, 39218
- Phone: (601) 932-5553
- Fax: (601) 932-7882
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.
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.
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.
Located at the Mississippi Fairgrounds Complex, the Mississippi Coliseum is one of Jackson's premier indoor venues. In addition to hosting conventions, public shows, and musical concerts, the Coliseum is home of the Jackson Bandits professional hockey team. It has a permanent seating capacity of 6,500, with an additional capacity for 2,650 temporary seats. Space for 130 8x10 booths is available for trade shows. Special amenities such as light and sound facilities, comfortable dressing rooms, and ample parking make this a top-flight venue for all sorts of special 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.
Located just east of downtown at the corner of High and Pearl Streets, this sprawling expanse is used year-round for special events and popular commercial and state-sponsored functions. The Mississippi Coliseum, home of the Jackson Bandits, stands proudly on the grounds, as do the Mississippi Trade Mart and the Kirk Fordice Equine Center , which is used for equestrian and livestock events. The oldest fairgrounds in the Southeast, the complex is home each October to the festive Mississippi State Fair, and each February hosts the Dixie National Rodeo and Livestock Show.
A large expanse of multi-purpose and multi-faceted usable space, Mississippi Trade Mart plays host to some of the biggest events in the State of Mississippi. Located in the heart of the city, this venue lays spread over an admirable 67,140 square feet (6237.5 square meters), and is home to a range of facilities that can accommodate a variety of events. Do call to know more.
One of the landmark structures in the history of Jackson, the Kirk Fordice Equine Center is the chief livestock exposition facility used during the 12-day Mississippi State Fair. Located within the large Mississippi State Fairgrounds, it is used for cattle shows, horse shows and various competitions. All the facilities within the Center are maintained regularly to ensure the comfort of the animals. It has a large capacity of 2500 seats. It also serves as the venue for the annual Dixie National Rodeo and Livestock Show.
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.
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.
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.
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.