2463 US 41 W.
Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: (906) 228-0028
Fax: (906) 228-3893
Funded through ticket sales, program advertising sales and private donations, the Marquette Symphony Orchestra of local musicians plays four concerts in a season, usually in September, November, February and May.
Considered by may to be "one of the finest university theatres in the country," 550-seat Forest Roberts Theatre, adjacent to Thomas Fine Arts off of 7th Street; puts on five main stage productions each season, along with the holiday classic "Ebenezer Scrooge" and several black box theatre performances.
This multi-purpose ice skating arena is used for a variety of events and shows in Marquette. Aside from their regular public skating sessions, the Lakeview Arena also hosts junior and adult hockey leagues.
The Country Village Cinema V features five screens showing the most popular new releases.
Vista Theater was established in 1926 by a local businessman to address a need for a larger cultural space in the city. The theater subsequently became a preferred performance space for the region. Today, the theater is managed by the Peninsula Arts Appreciation Council, and hosts a wide range of cultural events from theater and dance to cabaret and more. Check website for upcoming events.
More than 300 reel video and video poker machines, table games, three Texas Hold