1102 Sedalia Crossing Lane
Whitsett, NC 27377
Phone: (336) 449-5161
Fax: (336) 449-5129
1102 Sedalia Crossing Lane, Whitsett, NC, US, 27377
- Phone: (336) 449-5161
- Fax: (336) 449-5129
Smell the scorched rubber and hear the roar of a high performance engine at this popular drag strip that offers racing excitement from March through December.
Several historic landmarks are located at this unique venue that also features a restaurant, seasonal activities, an amphitheatre, and an outdoor drama repertory theater that presents several productions each summer that depict historic events. Musicals and a children's theater are also performed.
Enjoy NASCAR-sanctioned racing every Friday night at 8:00 p.m. from April to September at this speedway that has racing divisions in Late Model Stock, Modifieds, Super Stock, and Mini Stock.
Greensboro's home for new & challenging works in theatre, film, and dance. It is a new platform for local actors, directors, playwrights, and other theatre folk to practice their art. If you love theatre, and want to explore the talent that Greensboro has to offer, they invite you to suspend your disbelief with us.
Enjoy highly entertaining soccer games by this A-League, two-time National Champions team that provides family-oriented fun for all ages from May through August.
If you follow collegiate athletics, then you would know about the Aggies at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University. One of the best teams in the division, the Aggies always have a great game at their home venue, Corbett Sports Center. Known formally as Ellis F. Corbett Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center, and informally as The Dawg Pound, this center is considered one of the premier sports facilities on campus. See the website or call to know more.
The Green Hill Center is dedicated to promoting arts and culture. It has four floors of art galleries that host a variety of paintings and cultural exhibits. Additionally, there are studios, classrooms and rehearsal halls that showcase events and informative workshops. If you enjoy arts and culture, the Green Hill Center is the place to go.
The mission and focus of the Community Theatre of Greensboro is to spread the many joys of the theatre and the arts. This truly is a community, with its outreach to not just put on productions, but also for families and for younger generations. Some productions even put on wholly by the youth and for the youth. Classes, camps and workshops are offered for adults, children, teenagers and seniors.
Price Bryan Performance Place is an amphitheater in downtown Greensboro. All told, the amphitheater measures in at 10,522 in square feet in area with trees lined on either side. The stage measures 28' x 43' stage with 12 Thomas Outdoor Par-64 stage lights.
Home to The Gallery Players, this beautiful and historic theater was opened in 1928 and features an Art Deco motif and seating for 398 guests. An array of community theater performances and special events are held here throughout the year.
Professional community theatre that is "dedicated to providing a forum for the dramatic arts" and presents classic and new contemporary works throughout their season at the magnificent Parmount Theatre.
Hear masterworks and pops concerts featuring guest artists from around the world presented by this symphony orchestra that also offers an array of educational programs.