A 2500 seater entertainment centre, Silva Concert Hall, is one of the two performing venues within the famous Hult Center for the Performing Arts. This seemingly beautiful venue boasts an intricately designed interior and high-tech amenities. Comfortable seating arrangements, and a plethora of culturally rich performances, its not a surprise that most shows result in packed house. A class in itself, this venue has raised the bars for its contemporaries in terms of delivering quality entertainment.
Settled along rolling lawns of the verdant Alton Baker Park, this concert venue seamlessly paints a picture of a summer paradise evoked by sundry trees, beer gardens and the shimmering, flowing waters of the Willamette River. Complete with state-of-the-art sound technology and a stunning repertoire of diverse performances by the likes of Jackson Browne, TajMo, and altJ, the Cuthbert Amphitheater is an idyllic venue to soak in a bevy of sights and sounds.
And we don't mean the quacking kind! This state-of-the-art stadium cost a whopping $2.5 million to build when it threw open its doors to the public in 1967, and underwent another major renovation that cost $89.7 million! It is named after Thomas J. Autzen, a citizen of Portland, and offers every facility one can possibly imagine - luxury suites, parking, and an increased capacity of 54,000 spectators!
Situated on the intersection of 6th and 7th Avenue, the Hult Center for the Performing Arts is one of only two venues of its kind in the city of Eugene. The facility is one of the most of the recognizable structures around thanks to its stunning basketweave ceiling, asymmetrical patterns, and gleaming glass panels. It was built by New York-based architecture firm Hardy Holzman Pfieffer Associates. The venue currently houses the acclaimed Silva Concert Hall, Soreng Theater, The Studio, Jacob's Community Room and the Cuthbert Amphitheater.
Known also as Community Center for the Performing Arts, Wow plays host to little-heard and upcoming bands in Eugene. Past performances include acts by Toshi Reagon, Primus, Ani di Franco, The Queers, and also Bob Dylan. The venue has a reputation for hosting energetic shows and fans are rarely disappointed. Most shows are sold out and events can get very crowded, but die-hard fans of Wow will testify of a great time.