Quality Inn Rochester Airport
1273 Chili Ave
Rochester, NY 14624
Phone: (585) 464-8800
Fax: (585) 697-0706
Office phone: 585-247-0042
Office phone: 585-426-2629
The Red Wings are a AAA affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles.
A thriving community center, the Flying Squirrel is located on the historic Clarissa Street in Rochester. The center is a meeting point for artists and performers from the community who indulge in exchange of ideas and display their art works for the audiences. Here, one can attend the art exhibitions or watch the performances of local musicians and dancers, thus offering a wide range of cultural events. Apart from this, the center also hosts conferences, lectures, open mic nights and other events.
Located within the Highland Park, the Highland Bowl Amphitheater is an enticing event space that attracts musicians and music lovers alike. What makes this open air theater a regular hang out for several art enthusiasts is its location amidst the green park and the high quality sound technology that makes every performance a phenomenal act. Rendering a concert at this amphitheater is like a dream come true for several local and regional artists and bands.
Home to the Rochester Americans, this multi-purpose arena can play host to a number of events be it wrestling, concerts, musical and even figure skating. The Blue Cross Arena has played host to a number of events and sporting spectacles with some of the most celebrated sportsmen and musicians making appearances here. With a number of restaurants and attractions nearby, this is a good place to enjoy a game or an event at. Complete with state-of-the-art facilities this versatile venue manages to organize some of the grandest events with great élan. In fact, at Blue Cross Arena you can even rent a suite, check their website for more details.
Located in Rochester, the Water Street Music Hall is one of the premier music venues in the state. Awarded the “Best Live Music Club” and “Best Live Entertainment Venue” by the Rochester, NY Democrat and Chronicle's People's Choice Awards in 2002, 2003 and 2006, this venue is quite popular. Celebrities have been spotted here and star performers have entertained audiences with dazzling gigs. The Water Street Music Hall also has one of the longest bars in the city; it stretches the full length of the room so there's plenty of room for those looking for premium drinks and cocktails. There is even a balcony area where you can relax and enjoy the entertainment.
This place has the largest seating capacity of any venue in Rochester. Built in 1972, it is actually a three-theater complex that presents world classics, musicals, satires and contemporary work. The Elaine P. Wilson Main Stage has a seating capacity of 550, the Ron & Donna Fielding Nextstage can accommodate 180 and the Geva Comedy Improv can seat 70. Some of the famous works presented here are 'Hamlet' by William Shakespeare, 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens, and 'Other Island' by George Bernard Shaw.
Rochester Makerspace aims to equip its local community by conducting various workshops on different job skills which involves craft, art and technology. Offering courses on woodworking, sewing, painting, electronics and more, this not for profit establishment also hosts many cultural activities such as concerts and small live acts.
Office phone: 585-292-0303
Built in the 1970s as the Manhattan Square Park, Martin Luther King Jr. Park at Manhattan Square is a bustling ice rink in the East End District. Open throughout the year, its outdoor skating rink is available only on winters and has a unique kidney shape. During the summers, the rink is also a reflecting pool with fountains. This park also features a warming shelter which is let out for private events.
Offering education programs that include dance classes for children, teenagers and adults, this dance institute also offers performances by director and founder Garth Fagan, and dance performances that he has choreographed, both in Rochester and as touring shows. Fagan has won renown for his innovative dance and choreography, most notably his choreography of Broadway