4231 Industrial Ave.
Lincoln, NE 68504-1118
Phone: (402) 476-8080
Fax: (402) 476-8080
Features IKF go-kart races and NMMA modified midget races on weekends for Memorial Day through Sept.
The Nebraska State Fair Park is where the locals get together to celebrate most local and cultural celebrations. The fair park houses an auditorium, an agricultural center, exhibition halls and arenas, space for kids to enjoy their day and lots more. It also has a clubhouse. The venue is known for its horse racing events that have become quite popular with the locals.
The Nebraska Repertory Theatre is a professional theatre in residence at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Johnny Carson School of Theatre and Film that employs actors and stage managers who are members of Actor's Equity Association, directors and choreographers who are members of the Society of Stage Directors, and choreographers and designers who are members of the United Scenic Artists of America, all national theatre unions.
This stadium is home to the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Described as one of the best places to catch a game of football, the fun and excitement can really get you on a day of play. Don't be surprised to see the color red all around you as this is the official color of the Cornhuskers. Most matches are sold out, so be sure to get your tickets well in advance. It's just the place for a weekend of hi-power football action. Grab your Huskers T-shirt and be a part of the action. It's time you saw a different kind of red.
Located on the University of Nebraska Campus, this two-screen theater is the first of its kind. The theater is named after its benefactor Mary Riepma Ross and screens a wide variety of experimental films, features, documentaries and foreign cinema. The building also includes laboratories, editing suites, offices and classrooms which are used by students of the Film and New Media Program. The two theaters can seat 236 and 106 respectively and are equipped with state of the art digital projectors which provide an enjoyable viewing experience.
With a tiered geometry of glass, stone and twinkling lights, this monstrous arts center resembles a landlocked luxury liner in the heart of downtown Lincoln. While lacking the pomp of old style concert halls, the three stages of this acoustically impressive modern hall provide audiences with a very broad range of entertainment. Past performances have included Broadway productions, celebrity appearances, symphonies, dance performances, lectures, jazz concerts and much more. Complimentary refreshments are served at intermission on the second deck.
Pinnacle Bank Arena is the place to catch high-profile sporting events and extravagant concerts. The arena's defining feature is its open air roof deck and the state-of-the-art facility is an elegant blend of innovation and modernity.
Prizes, games, drawings, and creative activities.
Founded as a performance space for one local dance and theater presenter, this small and versatile loft space divested its ownership among a dozen local arts groups in 1999. The intimate space has hosted performances by local, national and international artists in dance, chamber music, folk music, theater, performance art, avant-garde productions and more. While you can expect some type of event here on most weekends, the quality of performances ranges from outstanding to abysmal. Concerts by the Third Chair Chamber Players as well as dance performances presented by the Wagon Train Project are always enthusiastically received by a full house.
Pinewood Bowl Theater is an open-air venue nestled in the lush green, Pioneers Park. This venue can accommodate 5500 guests and offers scenic views of the surrounding area. Summer concert series, theatrical shows and many other events are held here on a regular basis. For more details, call ahead.