2676 West NC 24
Warsaw, NC 28398
Phone: (910) 293-2800
Fax: (910) 293-2600
Originally built in 1882 to house an armory and a variety of commercial shops, this theater for the performing arts was added to the building in the 1920s and features a variety of performances and productions throughout the year.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
Originally built as a quarter-mile dragstrip in 1960, this IHRA sanctioned location is home to some of the most legendary names in all of motorsports such as Richard Petty, Don Nicholson, and Hubert Platt and offers exciting racing on Fridays in the Spring and Summer and on Sundays in the Fall.
Just one of three cement dragstrips in North Carolina is located at this speedway that also features a high banked clay racing track and racing excitement the whole family can enjoy.
This movie theater has many movie screens each hosting the latest movie release for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please see their website.
Built in 1925, this historic center is one of the last remaining buildings of Greek Classical Revival architecture still standing in North Carolina. A wide variety of local drama productions, public concerts and events, North Carolina symphony concerts, pageants, conferences, and private lectures are held here.
Celebrate the national pastime with this Class A franchise of the Cleveland Indians as they play exciting home games against their Carolina League rivals from April to September.
A classic movie theater with modern sound systems, Howell Theatre is a real treat. Although no credit cards or debit cards are accepted, this minor inconvenience is well worth the inexpensive cost of a movie ticket and the low price on foods and drinks at the concession stand. If you have a group of 15 or more, consider going to the movies since Howell Theatre provides a fun-filled and inexpensive way to spend time for an event.
An NHRA Sanctioned 1/8 and 1/4 mile asphalt dragway, this raceway also features a 4/10th mile paved Tri Oval Raceway that brings the excitement of NASCAR-sanctioned racing to the heart of Coastal Carolina. The NASCAR Weekly Racing Series showcases local and regional stars.
An intimate and beautifully restored 1920's theater that shows a wide variety of classic, independent, and foreign films seven nights a week. This theatre was nationally recognized in the official program book of the Sundance Film Festival.
Professional E.T. and Street E.T. drag racing that is sanctioned by the International Hot Rod Association is featured at this drag strip and sports park that also features stock car dirt-track racing April through September on Saturday evenings, as well as Streetcar Madness on Friday nights.
It definitely takes the cake...and the crown as far as coliseums are concerned. This large venue has been host to events from Elvis Presley to dance tournaments, to gun and knife shows. Enjoy the crowning glory!