Quality Inn & Suites Vestal Binghamton
4105 Vestal Parkway East
Vestal, NY 13850
Phone: (607) 729-6371
Fax: (607) 729-6407
Located in the campus of the Binghamton University, The Anderson Center for the Arts is catered to promote and encourage music, art, dance and other events in performing arts. The center has several studios, theaters and spaces that cater to different art forms. The center provides technical enhancements, box office services and other facilities to all performances and productions. Many students interested in performing arts find this place their haven. Many musicians, actors, dancers, visual artists from outside the varsity have also performed here. The Osterhout Concert Theater, the Chamber Hall and The Watters Theater are the three major event spaces that have been very eclectically built with comfortable seating, orchestra pits, balconies, multi-purpose stage and great acoustics. Be it orchestral shows, dance performances or Broadway and concerts, you will find it all here.
The Goodwill Theatre is a historic theater located in Johnson City, New York. The three floored structure was built in 1920 in Late 19th Century Revival and Late 20th Century Revival style architecture and features a pedicated portico with pillars, dividing the entrance into three equal parts. The theater hosts a number of events all year like music concerts, stand up comedy shows and much more.
If you're looking for a place to relax over a glass of beer and listen to some music, CyberCafe West is the place to be. They regularly showcase a number of talented musicians and have a great selection of beer on tap.
Watch Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin or The Rock live in action at the Broome County Arena. This place is known for hosting the ever popular WWE events that attract large crowds. Watch 'RAW', 'Smackdown', ' WrestleMania' and other major events come alive at this bustling venue. If the punches, the thuds, the tension and the tirade give you the thrills then make sure you keep an eye on this place.
Binghamton Theatre is a historic theater located at Binghamton, in Broome County, New York. It is also known by other names like Capri Theatre, The Forum, and Broome Center for the Performing Arts. It has a combined seating capacity for 1500 people, where 1000 can be seated at the main level, and 500 in the balcony. The theater block is built on a concrete basement with brick and cast stone. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Surrounded by fresh air and greenery, the Otsiningo Park welcomes you to enjoy their walking trail, softball fields and picnic spots. It is the perfect place to spend a day in the great outdoors.