1007 Market Place Drive
Edinboro, PA 16412
Phone: (814) 969-7000
Fax: (814) 969-7001
1007 Market Place Drive, Edinboro, PA, US, 16412
- Phone: (814) 969-7000
- Fax: (814) 969-7001
The annual Eerie Horror Film Festival celebrates "the art of independent film making, screenwriting and video game development in the horror, science fiction and suspense genres.
Professional theatre providing many contemporary theatre productions; also features art by local artists and houses a coffeehouse.
A small town, non-profit organization run by community members, Meadville Community Theatre offers full seasons of live classic and contemporary plays.
An annual August event, the Crawford County Fair is the largest agricultural county fair in the state of Pennsylvania. Lasting for eight days, this special event includes amusement rides, agricultural and livestock judging, arts and crafts, live entertainment, truck and tractor pulls, the Miss Crawford County Scholarship Pageant, demolition derbies, good food and more. The Crawford County Fair will take place in August.
Basement Transmissions is an underground venue for concerts and art exhibitions. The sparsely done white-washed venue is a hub for alternative rock musicians and creative thinkers. Virtually unknown to those who are not into this kind of music, Basement Transmissions was founded in 1998. Some of their previous lists are Expire, Spine, Mere Phantoms and Burrow Drive.
A variety of concerts are performed by Erie Philharmonic's world-class musicians from September through May in the Warner Theatre at 811 State Street.
"One of the oldest and largest community theatres in the nation," the Erie Playhouse offers a season of Mainstage plays and musicals that are performed in the home of the former circa 1947 Strand Theatre.
Adjacent to the Tullio Arena, the 6,000-seat Jerry Uht Park features six luxury suites, multi-tiered picnic areas, a beer garden, three main concession stands and a raised upper deck of seats along the first base side. Jerry Uht Park is host to the Erie SeaWolves, Erie Philharmonic's "Pops in the Park," local collegiate and high school playoff games, and more.
This theatre built by Warner Brothers is a 2,506-seat theater located in Erie. One Of Four Art Deco Movie Palaces, the Warner Theatre in Erie is a perfect place to catch a play or a musical. The Warner Theatre with its stunning design and classic elegance is considered by locals to be an important landmark. What adds to the venue's grandeur is the shiny Circular Gold and Silver Ceiling Image and the grand lobby. Once a movie theatre, this venue is used as a performance centre and accommodates over 2250 guests. The Warner theatre also serves as a venue for concerts, seminars, Broadway shows, and the Erie Philharmonic.
Home of the Erie Otters, the Tullio Arena is a multi-purpose facility that is host to concerts, sporting events, exhibits, and more.
The Erie Civic Center Complex hosts many of the city's children's events, concerts, Broadway plays, and other entertainment. The Complex contains both the Warner and the Louis J. Tullio Arena. The 2250-seat Warner Theatre presents a number of events including concerts, seminars, and stage shows. It is home to the Erie Philharmonic, Erie Civic Music Association, and Lake Erie Ballet. The Warner's Grand Lobby is also often used for weddings and receptions. The Tullio Arena is home to Erie Otters Hockey, and has performances by such companies as Disney on Ice and the Harlem Globetrotters.
The Erie County Convention Center hosts concerts, Broadway shows, hockey, baseball, wrestling and ice shows in four different venues - The Warner Theatre, Jerry Uht Park, the Bayfront Convention Center and the Louis J. Tullio Arena. While stand up talk show hosts like Jerry Seinfeld have graced this center a lot of times, the historic Warner Theatre shows ballet, gospel, Broadway, plays and concerts. The Louis J. Tullio is home to The OHL Erie Otters, which have regular games lined up at this site. Watch out for the Motley Crue Carnival of Sins 2006.