6318 Ventura Drive
Amarillo, TX 79110
Phone: (806) 353-5100
Fax: (806) 353-8001
6318 Ventura Drive, Amarillo, TX, US, 79110
- Phone: (806) 353-5100
- Fax: (806) 353-8001
Enjoy a movie and your favorite popcorn, nachos or candy at Cinemark Hollywood 16.
This open-air venue houses the Will Rogers Range Riders Club. Hosting ranch rodeo championships, the place always offers action-packed and thrilling events. Apart from sporting events, the arena also stages concerts and similar entertaining events. That's not it, it is equipped with first-class banquet facilities requisite for hosting private parties or receptions.
Some say the Midnight Rodeo is the best Honky Tonk featuring live music in the Texas Panhandle district. Judging by the 20,000 square feet of dance floor and the fact that Midnight Rodeo just celebrated its 15th year anniversary, the assessment seems to hold true. Local magazines and newspapers have named Midnight Rodeo the best dance floor year after year. For those who want a taste of true Texas night life, try heading over to the Midnight Rodeo.
Arts groups of all kinds, artists, performers, dancers, music, theater, opera and exhibits from local and area museums.
If you are a gaming aficionado, then you will surely fall in love with 12052 Event Center. This eclectic venue not just trades, repairs and sells gaming consoles like XBox, Nintendo and Playstation, but also hosts major gaming tournaments for kids of all ages. Walk in here during their opening hours and you will find the place abuzz with activities. And this is not just restricted to gaming as the venue hosts major national as well as local bands regularly. Do not forget to bring your kids to the Friday Night Magic show held here every week. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
The Amarillo Dragway used to be a hugely popular place to go a few years ago. The new owners of Amarillo's dragway want to bring back the spirit of excitement associated with races.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies.
The Amarillo Little Theatre (ALT) has been a staple of the city's cultural scene since 1927, making it one of the oldest community theaters in the country. The venue can seat 453 and also houses two dance studios. If you're in town, don't pass up the opportunity to see what ALT has to offer!
This unique troupe of Boy Scout Explorer Post youngsters presents Native American dances in costume with music, carefully researched for authenticity.
Founded by Mila Gibson of Amarillo College, the Amarillo Opera is a professional member of Opera America and one of its "Success Award" winners. Along with producing and showing critically acclaimed performances, the Amarillo Opera is renowned for its community outreach programs. The opera offers free workshops for youths between 5-18 in creative fields such as visual arts, music, drama, dance and poetry. Guest artist performances, scholarships and educational demonstrations are all part of the opera's community benefiting programs.
Experimental Theatre is nestled in the sprawling campus of the Amarillo College. The college aims to introduce its students to different creative avenues and this theater is a part of its endeavor. The youngsters not only get a hands-on experience of acting but learn about other aspects of theatrical performances like sound, lighting, setting up stage and so forth. Every season, it brings forth fresh acts and classic dramas, thereby, ensuring a great mix of entertainment. For more details, check website.
This annual event features a parade, a dress-up contest, and other fun events, with the traditional rodeo events in the evenings.