60971 US 31 South
South Bend, IN 46614
Phone: (574) 291-3100
Fax: (574) 291-3101
Langlab is a multi-purpose complex that is completely dedicated to art and artists. Artists and performers practicing different art forms can simultaneously perfect their skills here or perform here. Live music concerts, poetry sessions, art expositions, movie screenings, community functions and similar other cultural events are hosted here regularly. It also features an audio-visual studio, a cafe and office rental spaces. The idea and motive behind Langlab is to bring together creative people who are in pursuit of innovation. Check website for details.
With an aim to promote jazz music in the city, the husband and wife duo Stephen and Mary Merriman came up with Merrimans' Playhouse in 2011. This intimate concert house is dedicate to Jazz performances by professional artists and also fresh and talented artists/ bands. Looking to tune up your skills with jazz music, then attend the workshops held at the center every Monday evening. The session includes interactive jam sessions and discussions on music, which are open to the visitors. A unique learning experience, indeed! Apart from jazz, the Merrimans' Playhouse attracts young talents through various improvisational theater sessions, poetry readings and other creative programs throughout the year.
Colloquially nicknamed 'The Cove', this stadium sees its fair share of rousing minor league baseball action in season. Home to the 'Silver Hawks', it is a sprawling open concourse stadium. Stanley Coveleski, a South Bend settler, ranks 24th among the greatest right-hand pitchers in major league baseball. As a tribute to this World series record holder, the stadium has been christened the Stanley Coveleski Regional Stadium. Def Leppard and Bryan Adams, have graced this stadium during their 'Rock ‘n' Roll Double-Header Tour'. For event/game schedules, visit the website or call the stadium ticket office.
The Morris Conservatory and Muessel-Ellison Tropical Gardens are replete with tropical plants and exotic flora as well as water features that make for a pleasant visit. Explore the conservatory for a view of cacti, rubber trees, bougainvillea, and many more species. This park is also an ideal venue for parties, weddings, meetings, and social events that can accommodate about 200 guests.
This year, the annual Enshrinement Festival will feature 13 members from the Division I-A Hall of Fame Class, with the Divisional Class set to be announced in the spring. Events during this two-day festival include a hall of fame flag football game, an autograph session, a youth football clinic, parade, celebrity golf scramble, silent auction, and the Enshrinement Dinner and Show. Held in July.
Offers a wide variety of entertainment including national touring Broadway shows, classical music performances, pops concerts, country shows, and more.
Provides many entertaining productions and is South Bend's premiere promoter of hit Broadway shows.
Performs classic masterpieces and features internationally renowned guest artists.
This ballet school and regional dance training center is dedicated to producing and presenting extraordinary performances, as well as developing each student's individual dance potential through high quality programming. Youth are offered the opportunity to train under and perform with nationally and internationally recognized dancers and teachers. Year round ballet and modern dance classes are available. Students have been accepted to some of the most prestigious ballet schools in the United States.
Opened in 2003, Legends of Notre Dame is owned and run by the University of Notre Dame. It comprises of a restaurant, alehouse and a nightclub which is also a concert space. While the diner and bar is open to the public, the nightclub is only open to the university students or by invitation. The typical American menu also has healthier options for the calorie conscious. Their pub has a fine list of draught beer, bottled varieties, craft brews, wine and spirits.
Notre Dame Stadium is located on the campus of the University of Notre Dame and is the home ground for the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team. The stadium was built in 1930 and has a large seating capacity of 21,000. The stadium is popular for its mural of resurrected Jesus which is famously known as 'Touchdown Jesus'. The stadium is well built with all the state-of-the-art technical apparatus. So come here to roar and cheer your champions.
Cinemark Theatre offers stadium seating, concessions, and the latest release movies.