801 Russell St.
Starkville, MS 39759
Phone: (662) 324-9595
Fax: (662) 324-1224
Be entertained with music, drama and plays with like-minded folk at this college venue. The beautiful outdoor theater and stage enhance the essence of a well-prepared presentation. Various cultural activities from within the college and outside are held here. Students, parents, alumni and even some famous personalities gather for evenings of relaxation and good entertainment. A few sporting events take place here as well. When in Mississippi State, this is the place to check out!
Davis Wade Stadium is home to the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team. This stadium is the fourth oldest in college football, originally constructed in 1914 and accommodating more than 60,000 fans.
Home to the Mississippi State University Bulldogs basketball teams, and opened in 1975, the 11,000-seater Humphrey Coliseum has the prized distinction of being the largest basketball arena in all of Mississippi. Fondly known as The Hump by locals, it has been renovated considerably over the years and functions as a versatile multi-purpose arena that hosts trade shows, seminars and concerts. Watch out for the 4-sided 22 feet long video scoreboard which is one of it's kind.
The Dudy Noble Field is located at the Mississippi State University campus, in the Polk-DeMent Stadium. The field is home to the University Bulldogs baseball team. The field also plays host to other sporting events like the NCAA Regional and the Super Regional Championships. Named after baseball legends who hit their most talked about home runs here, the field has been the breeding grounds for great games and great players.