This unique theater takes you back in time to an era where drive-ins ruled the country. At Starlite Drive-In, you can enjoy the latest Hollywood blockbusters from the comfort of your own car. They usually offer a good selection of kids' movies, making this a great spot for a family outing. Add some snacks and soda into the mix and you've got a great night ahead of you.
Charles Koch Arena is also known as "The Roundhouse," and is home to the Wichita State University basketball and women's volleyball teams. Its round design means that you'll have a great view from any of the 10,506 seats in the arena. Besides hosting collegiate sports, this venue also hosts high school events, circus performances, and ice skating performances.
Wichita's Orpheum Theatre has been central to the cultural life of the city since it opened in 1922. Today you can go there and watch theatrical and dance performances, music concerts, and films. Some acts are touring and well-known, while others are local favorites, making for a unique variety in their calendar. Space is available for special events like weddings - a truly unique venue for a special occasion.
At Mosley Street Melodrama, the audience is part of the performance. During the show, you can feel free to cheer for the hero of the story. Tickets can be purchased with our without dinner. Enjoy a buffet-style meal while watching some of Wichita's best live entertainment. They also have a full bar and complimentary popcorn to complete the experience.
Nicknamed the 'Round Mound of Sound,' The Cotillion has been a staple when it comes to entertainment in Wichita. Built in 1960, this gem of a venue has hosted various outstanding live music performances. In the past this stellar venue, with its beautifully illuminated stage, has featured legends such Louis Armstrong, Muddy Waters and B.B. King. Music-admirers from far away cities still flock to the venue to watch their favorite artists. Apart from concerts, the venue also hosts comedy shows, grand wedding receptions and other major events.
The Century II Performing Arts & Convention Center is notable not only for its architecture - this round building is easy to pick out in the Wichita skyline - but also for the quality of performances that grace the stages here and the facilities it has available for conventions, trade shows, and meetings. Featuring 200,000 square feet (18,580 square meters) of convention space, this is a great option for large-scale events.
The historic Wichita Scottish Rite building was constructed in 1887 and is known for its notable architecture. There is space available for rent for special events. The theater is also home to an organization that focuses on educating young people about the art of theatrical productions. Local students put on shows and learn about every aspect of the process.