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The Rose Music Center is a fantsatic outdoor amphitheater that is conveniently located just off the I-70 and is a part of the Heights. The venue boasts a maximum seating capacity of 4,200, beneath a shelter that provides ample protection from the elements. With an events schedule that features a plethora of national and international touring bands, live acts, and musicians, the Rose Music Center is easily Huber Heights' go to destination for entertainment on a grand scale.
Scene75 Entertainment Center is a spacious indoor recreational center located in Dayton. The entertainment is equipped with facilities like a restaurant, two bars, outdoor patio, go-kart tracks and arenas.
The Fairborn Theater is a historic movie theater located on 1.1 acres (0.45 hectares) of land. Consisting of a theme of the aviation architecture the theater is termed as historical. Featuring a theater of 1000 seats, this brick concrete foundation looks great. The interior consists of the elements that showcase paintings of soldiers and the aircraft that were a part of the World War II. The theater is a great visit place and was listed on the register of National Historic Places due to it's historic significant architecture.
Located within the Benjamin & Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center, Mead Theater is a splendid venue for various events like dramas and concerts. Equipped with upscale acoustics and rich interiors, this magnificent venue amplifies the impact of every performance that mesmerizes its spectators. So, browse through their website for seating arrangement and other services.
Get ready for a night of laughter at Wiley's Comedy Niteclub, Ohio's oldest comedy club. Located in the historic Oregon District in Dayton, the club offers great entertainment with shows every night, Thursday through Sunday. The admission price is around USD10.
The Oregon Historic District is a neighboring area of Dayton. The district has buildings which date back to 1820 and are still maintained well. The area has a mix of architectural styles, while the most prominent being the Federal, Queen Anne and Greek Revival styles. This thriving district has a lot of commercial area which includes coffee shops, restaurants and pubs.
The Darke County Fairgrounds plays host to what is touted to be "the largest county fair on earth", and this is certainly no exaggeration. With plenty of space for thousands of stalls, this venue is much sought after by event organizers and businessmen. The hygienic horse barns are roomy making it a perfect space to bring the kids to. Well-maintained gardens, a kids play area and a grandstand provide the necessary entertainment while often one sees a part of the grounds rented out to campers and their motor-homes.
McGuffy's House of Rock is a popular music venue that boasts of being 'the largest original rock club' in Ohio. Established in 1981, this place hosts some of the best concerts, gigs and band events in town and attracts hoards of music lovers. The venue offers great acoustics and other technical enhancements and is therefore much preferred by many. Local bands as well as popular national bands perform here. So grab your tickets for their next shows to have a great concert experience.
Located within the premises of the Montgomery County Fairgrounds, the Coliseum is a huge exhibition space spread across 20,000 square feet of area. This grandiose exhibition space plays host to various expositions, trade shows and other events. The Coliseum is furnished with state-of-the-art facilities to ensure success for every event that takes place here. Call ahead to know more.
Built in 1949, Welcome Stadium is the home to the University of Dayton Flyers football team. With its 11,000 seats, the stadium also serves as the venue for many events in southwest Ohio.
Located across Cliff Park Road, the Veteran's Park Amphitheater is a popular entertainment venue. This open-air space hosts variety of events throughout the year ranging from concerts, community events to art festivals. This otherwise serene place comes alive during gigs and dons a cheerful look.
The sprawling Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center (better known as HPER Center) covers all the sports facilities of the Wittenberg University. This includes the magnificent and multipurpose Pam Evans Smith Arena - which is used for inter-collegiate sports events and concerts, as well as the Edwards-Maurer Field and Earl F. Morris Track that serves as home fields for football, lacrosse, field hockey and soccer teams. And that's not all, as the center also comprises the Carleton Davidson Stadium, numerous state-of-the-art tennis courts and racquetball courts, swimming pool and a fitness center for the students. As the Wittenberg University is focused on the overall development of its students, the HPER Center plays a vital role to look after the sports aspect. Visit their website to know more.