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Wichita, KS 67214
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Watch today's Hollywood blockbusters in style at Warren Old Town Theatre & Grill. Comfy seats are arranged in twos behind spacious tables. The theater is set up this way because they serve food and drinks, so you can enjoy a delicious meal while experiencing the thrills of your film. Choose from menu items like nachos, burgers, chicken tenders, and a selection of specialty pizzas. Drinks include coffee, tea, and sodas.
The historic Wichita Scottish Rite building was constructed in 1887 and is known for its notable architecture. There is space available for rent for special events. The theater is also home to an organization that focuses on educating young people about the art of theatrical productions. Local students put on shows and learn about every aspect of the process.
At Mosley Street Melodrama, the audience is part of the performance. During the show, you can feel free to cheer for the hero of the story. Tickets can be purchased with our without dinner. Enjoy a buffet-style meal while watching some of Wichita's best live entertainment. They also have a full bar and complimentary popcorn to complete the experience.
If you are looking for a place to relax, drink beer and listen to some excellent live music in Wichita, The Brickyard is a good destination. Located along the North Rock Island in the city's historic Old Town and housed inside a warehouse, this place offers an outdoor as well as in indoor bar. Guests can choose to rock the night away outside, enjoying a cool summer breeze, or they can sit inside, chat with friends or the friendly staff, while sipping on a cool pint of beer. Special theme nights are organized here throughout the week, and live music is a norm, so expect fun when you head to The Brickyard.
Great live entertainment in Wichita can be found at Cabaret Oldtown. Local performers show off their musical talents, sometimes accompanied by a live band. Shows change throughout the year, but you can expect some of Wichita's best talent when you visit. They offer a menu of appetizers and drinks to enjoy during the show. It's a great option for a night out with friends. The venue also hosts special events.
Classical and Pops concerts are just some of what the Wichita Symphony Orchestra offers patrons each year.
Wichita's Orpheum Theatre has been central to the cultural life of the city since it opened in 1922. Today you can go there and watch theatrical and dance performances, music concerts, and films. Some acts are touring and well-known, while others are local favorites, making for a unique variety in their calendar. Space is available for special events like weddings - a truly unique venue for a special occasion.
This little unknown venue is used for concerts occasionally. The Museum of Heart offers creative workshops and does art installations in various places. This single story building is also used for private parties.
With a seating capacity of 15,000, Intrust Bank Arena is one of the largest entertainment venues in Wichita. Concerts tend to be big name acts like James Taylor, and Motley Crue. You can also catch a collegiate sports game from time to time. It's a great place to go for a day of family fun when the Ringling Bros. Circus is in town. There's also plenty of space for meetings and corporate events here.
Enjoy a great meal and a world-class performance at Crown Uptown Theatre. This historic building was originally a vaudeville theater, and some of the elements of the antique design still remain. The performances range from Broadway-style musicals to comedies. You'll be able to choose between two entrees and three sides, all prepared fresh and with quality ingredients.
For more than 40 years, through monthly concerts and an annual festival, the "Wichita Jazz Festival has been dedicated to fostering great jazz in Wichita and raising the next generation of Kansas jazz musicians."
Cessna Stadium, located on the Wichita State University campus, is a premier track and field stadium that hosts the annual Kansas State High School Championship meet. Built in 1969, this 30,000 seat stadium also is the home to the Wichita State University track and field team.