750 Aten Rd.
Coraopolis, PA 15108
Phone: (412) 494-5750
Fax: (412) 494-5840
Located on Steubenville Pike near Robinson Township, the Twin Hi-Way Drive-In is a popular open-air movie venue. Open during summers and springs, the drive-in showcases the newest of Hollywood flicks. It features a retro-style concession stall that offers quintessential movie theater bites like nachos, hot dogs, popcorn and such. This is a great place to hang out with old pals while getting entertained by the best of current Hollywood.
Moon Stadium is a sports stadium that is largely used for football fixtures. Hosting local football tournaments and games, the stadium always runs a full seated show. The stadium is also home to the Moon Area School District athletics program. So do buy your tickets well in advance and stay updated about game schedules.
Home of sports for the Rober Morris University, come see these athletes compete fall, winter and spring.
This sports center is part of Robert Morris University and home to RMU Colonials ice hockey team. Built in 1998, the place hosts a gamut of activities—figure skating, golf, athletic training, fitness center, public skating, and of course, ice hockey. While visitors can come for recreational purposes, RMUISC also offers training and instruction. The place rents out the premises for corporate and kiddie parties.
In 1974, the collaborative venture of community locals Sewickley led to the foundation of Sweetwater Center for the Arts; a certified center that promotes art and cultural education among the youth. At this center, those with artistic skills can take up one of the several workshops conducted here or visit their gallery to appreciate various genres of art displayed in the exhibitions and art-related events. The center also hosts various musical events and jazz performances which are a thrill to attend. To know more about the upcoming events and the venue rentals, visit their website.
Ruling the live music scene of McKees Rocks, Dead Horse unleashes a happening vibe for the late night revelers. The concert hall, which also doubles up as a bar, has been host to several heavy metal and contemporary rock bands like Raven, 3 Years Hollow and Eye Empire. On weekdays, events like jam nights, movie madness and open mic nights are held for more entertainment. Call ahead to know more.
The Meter Room is an art gallery owned and operated by John Ross. It doubles up as working pad and performance stage. Different artists hosts their live music shows here. The Pendulum Fashion Show and Historical Fashion & Art shows were also held at the venue. Motion Promotion and Grey Area Productions had hosted a party, attended by the celebrated and renowned fashion designers.
This multiplex has 20 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even 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 call or see their website.
The Manchester Craftsmen's Guild Concert Hall is one of the premier venues for jazz lovers. Equipped with fine acoustics, this intimate performance space has had legends play here and enthrall audiences with their magic. Some of their previous listings are Brecker Bros, Scofield Hollow Body, Michael Valeanu and Cyrille Aimée.
Founded more than 30 years ago, the Manchester Craftsmen's Guild was created to help inner-city youths develop a love of music and the arts. The guild features lectures and performances by artists and jazz musicians. Everyone from Chuck Corea to Maynard Ferguson has performed here. Tickets vary in price, but are usually between $22 and $30. Children under the age of 18 are admitted Thursday evenings for $10.
MCG Jazz is an organisation entirely dedicated to Jazz music and all its endeavors are directed towards preserving and promoting Jazz. MCG Jazz Hall built in 1987 is a part of this musical movement. Internationally acclaimed jazz artists like Joe Williams, Billy Taylor and Dizzy Gillespie have graced the stage of this hall. Each concert hosted here is an unique experience for the patrons. For further details and concert schedule, please check the website or call ahead.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater is a non-profit company that teaches kids about musical theater. The company stages six productions a year. All feature local talent, with 80 children performing in two troupes. The Good Vibrations class is for kids ages 13 to 18, and Stars of Tomorrow is for kids ages 8 to 12. The troupes provide training and local performances for the children. Performances are held at the Byham Theatre and The Antonian Theatre.