1951 Bond St.
Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone: (920) 499-7449
Fax: (920) 499-0322
The Watering Hole was established by Tim and Kathy Brunette in 1969 as a small country bar. Over the years its popularity grew and so it the space. It features five indoor courts, a banquet room and two bars. The volleyball courts can be transformed into banquet areas as well. Enjoy happy hours and tasty bites at this friendly spot.
Home to the Green Bay Packers, Lambeau Field is open year-round and functions as a Packer's historical center as well as a playing field. Originally opened 1957, this venue now seats over 72,000 and boasts itself to be the longest continuously occupied stadium in the NFL. During the off-season you can still enjoy this facility by visiting the Lambeau Field Atrium and the Packers Hall of fame. For information on upcoming games and events, visit their website.
Housed within the Brown County Veterans Memorial Complex, this 10,000 seat center has been graced by the presence of Elton John, Rod Stewart, Aerosmith and Shania Twain, among others. And no, it is not an old venue. It opened in September 2002 and has already played host to a series of shows including Champions On Ice, Green Bay Gamblers, and Kenneth Copeland Ministries, to name a few. It has gained quick popularity for hosting some of the best performances in the state. Parking is available in the Lambeau Field lot.
Part of the Oneida Bingo & Casino complex, this venue is the spot for live entertainment in Green Bay. In the Oneida complex, the center showcases the likes of Live, Kenny Wayne, and ZZ Top. The entertainment complex is a lively and busy enhancement to the Casino's gaming action. For information on upcoming events, visit their website.
Enjoy featured motion pictures at this quality establishment.
Laugh away your worries with Comedy City, the longest running comedy club in Northeast Wisconsin. With new improvisational performances every Friday and Saturday, the club makes sure you will never see the same show twice. The performances are held at the Sports Corner, so you can enjoy some tasty appetizers and drinks while watching.
The Weidner Center is located within the University of Wisconsin. This venue is host to a myriad of events, such as symphony orchestras, concerts and art exhibitions. Several entertainment and educational events are also held at this spacious venue. The Fort Howard Hall, University Theatre, Cofrin Family Hall and Studio One are some of the sub venues in Weidner. The center also has a visual arts segment, which houses some excellent works of sculpture. A trip here is, without a doubt, an enriching experience. Call +1 800 922 9272 (Toll Free).
The Chase Stone Barn or the Daniel E. Krause Stone Barn is an integral part of the historic heritage of the Chase town. Incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places, this stone barn was constructed by William Mensenkamp, and it is the only extant fieldstone barn across the Oconto County.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restered classics and first-run foreign movies.
The Subterranean is located in the heart of Appleton. This venue is one of the best for live gigs in town. Popular music styles include alternative rock and punk with an impressive line-up that showcases local talent. Some of the top bands and artists to grace its stage include The Eeries, Reagan Youth, Dust Angel and Encrust.