Comfort Suites Canal Park
408 Canal Park Dr.
Duluth, MN 55802
Phone: (218) 727-1378
Fax: (218) 727-1947
Savor delicious coffee and tea with honey wheat bread at the Amazing Grace Bakery. The restaurant has many vegan, vegetarian, salads, baked goods and meat options.
Founded over 100 years ago to promote curling in the Duluth area, this organization features eight sheets of curling ice, a two-tier clubroom, and a viewing room. The facility has served as host to world, national, and Olympic trial events.
With a seating capacity of 2400, Symphony Hall is a great venue for viewing concerts, theatrical performances, and symphonies. Along with the Arena, it is part of the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center.
This full 85 member professional orchestra produces ten subscription series concerts, as well as three special concerts yearly that feature nationally and internationally renowned guest artists.
This casino features 460 video slot machines, 16 blackjack tables, high-stakes bingo, a snack bar, and a full service lounge.
Renegade Theater Company is one of the Northland's premiere professional theatrical companies. Renegade annually produces a full mainstage season, sketch comedy from Duluth's only resident sketch comedy team, Dink Tank (dubbed "Hysterical" and "Awesome!" by Rainn Wilson - Dwight on NBC's "The Office") and weekly improv performances every Friday and Saturday night all year long.
The Duluth Playhouse is the largest professional regionally based theater in Northeastern Minnesota. The Playhouse produces a year-round season of 9 shows to include a variety of musicals, comedies, dramas, and youth productions, and offers the only established Children's Theatre Arts program in the Region for training and performing opportunities. Professional performing artists, directors, and designers are featured each year for the finest in theatrical experiences.
This major residential classical ballet company features a variety of regional tours and productions during its six month season.
The Red Herring Lounge on 1st Street, in Downtown Duluth is a little bit of everything. You can call it a bar for the amazing drink list it has to offer, an event space for the interesting line up of events and programs it hosts, you can also define it as a concert venue for the stage that it offers the up and coming local artists. Perfect lighting and great acoustics make it just right for live music shows, apart from this, they have a buff video technology, owing to which they offer a classic-movie-screening night every week. Expect events like stand-up nights, open mic nights, classic TV screenings (some episodes of classic TV shows like Doctor Who) and lots more - there's something for everyone at The Red Herring Lounge.
This summer festival orchestra, known for its artistic excellence and innovative programming, presents concerts on five Wednesday evenings in June and July at the Weber Music Hall on the campus of the University of Minnesota Duluth.
The neo-Gothic structure in downtown Duluth is an unusual place to listen to live music. Built in 1896 to house the Sacred Heart Church, the building was saved from demolition by a group of volunteers and was converted into a cultural center in 2007. Today, the acoustically-perfect hall of the church retains the original architectural features like stained glass windows and the pipe organ, and hosts concerts by regional as well as international musicians. For more information, visit their website.
Fregeau Auditorium is located in the Marshall School in Duluth. Audiences, event organizers and performers are always delighted to return to this event venue because of its sheer versatility and cheerful ambiance. The logistics, sound & lighting system and decor is rather impressive too. While students enter free for most events, adults pay a nominal entrance charge.