Quality Inn & Suites Conference Center
880 Kidder Street
Wilkes Barre, PA 18702
Phone: (570) 824-8901
Fax: (570) 824-9310
The Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pioneers are an Eastern Division AF2 League. Home games are played at the Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza at 255 Highland Park Boulevard.
A wind ensemble of approximately 40 professional musicians entirely from Northeast Pennsylvania. The full-year season includes 10-15 performances.
AHL's Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins play their home games at the Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza at 255 Highland Park Boulevard.
Annual event held each April featuring nationally known poets and a wide variety of other activities.
A premier art and music space in Wilkes-Barre, Redwood Art Space is abuzz with events throughout the week. Presenting bands and artists from the local area as well as from across the nation, this venue offers a comprehensive experience of culture in Wilkes-Barre. Do see the website or call to know more.
This annual event includes a Fat Tuesday celebration, Mardi gras style, as well as a chance to mix and mingle. Held in February.
An Art-Deco gem offering a wide range of entertainment.
Built in 1938, Kirby Center theater has recently been restored to generate a new art deco. Check out the beautiful terra cotta style façade and indulge yourself in a great night of theatrical productions. Past performances have included a stand up comedy performance by Kevin James from 'King of Queens'. Films such as 'Millions', 'In Good Company' and 'Wild Parrots of the Telegraph Hill' have also been screened here. Disabled access is limited so call in advance to confirm.
More than 80 live harness racing days, 2,500 slots, eight electronic blackjack tables, and more can be found at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in Northeastern Pennsylvania.
Performs the great tradition of choral music with full orchestra.
Composed of both amateur and professional dancers and performs once or twice a year with a goal of four events annually.
This 500-seat cultural center holds 120 performances yearly and is home to Wilkes University's theater department and "Concert & Lecture" series.