1274 N. Atherton Street
State College, PA 16803
Phone: (814) 234-1600
Fax: (814) 234-6665
The State Theatre began its life as Warner Bros.' "finest theatre" in Central Pennsylvania, opened in October of 1938. It was one of the most popular movie houses in State College, showing the latest blockbusters from Hollywood. But, the movie theater was closed in 2001, and remained closed till its re-opening in 2006, after which it has become one of the most popular venues for a wide range of entertainment events. Spread over an impressive area of 13,940 square feet (1295 square meters), this theater presents concerts, live performances, film screenings and more. Call to know more.
Founded in 1979, the Pennsylvania Dance Theatre is the oldest professional contemporary dance repertory company between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia and offers various performances throughout the year.
Annual celebration of the visual and performing arts. Guests can enjoy vendors, music, entertainment, food and more. Held in July.
With a seating capacity of 107,282, the gigantic Beaver Stadium is regarded among the largest stadiums in the world. Located on the campus of Pennsylvania State University and home to the Nittany Lions, you can catch many collegiate games throughout the year. Besides hosting intra collegiate matches, the venue also hosts a few international matches. If you are a true fan of football, then a visit to this shrine of the game is a must.
Held each August, the family-friendly Bellefonte Arts and Crafts Fair includes over 100 artists and crafters, entertainment, food, and children's activities.
Annual event informative exhibits, animal judging, sales, rides, terrific food and big name musical entertainment. Held in August.
The Stone Arch Players have been offering popular and critically-acclaimed theatrical productions since 1967, when it was known as the Mask and Wig Community Theater. Each show is presented eight times in the 110-seat Theatre-in-the-Park in Derry Township Community Park.
The Playhouse at McConnellstown's talented performers and artists provide plays, musicals and concerts each year in their 76-seat theater.