220 Caravan Drive
Elkhart, IN 46514
Phone: (574) 206-8290
Fax: (574) 206-8297
This theatre, located in downtown Elkhart, first opened its doors to the public back in 1924 as 'The Lerner Theatre'. After that it went on to be known as 'The Warner' when the Warner family purchased it. Finally in 1934, it was renamed as Elco. Over the years various screenings, theatrical performances and concerts have taken place at this venue. Even today, it is a popular venue for events like live music performances, magic shows, operas and more.
22 sporting events. Fun for the whole family. Races, prizes and more can be enjoyed. Held in September.
The NOTE which is under the aegis of Beulah Missionary Church, and is an open for all, all ages venue in Goshen. Apart from hosting religious lectures and sharing the teachings of Christ from the Bible, the venue is host to a number of rock concerts by local and national bands. It is intimate and equipped with state-of-the-art sound technology which enhances the experience of listening to hardcore rock music. Bands like Oh, Sleeper and Wolves At The Gate have already performer here in the past. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Enjoy the latest Hollywood hits in a modern, inviting theatre.
Cinemark Theatre offers stadium seating, concessions, and the latest release movies.
The Goshen Theater is an important event venue in town and every season it hosts wide variety of events. Featuring concerts, dramas, films, public events, community functions, lectures and so forth, it certainly offers great entertainment to its patrons. That's not it, apart from the main stage and balcony, this theater has a grand ballroom that can house almost 200 guests. The ballroom can be hired for functions and generally baby showers, receptions, dance performances, recitals and similar events are held here. For schedule and other details, call ahead.
Ignition is a well-known haven for vinyl record collectors in and around Goshen. Its collection of quality vinyl LPs and DVDs is bound to impress discerning music fans and covers almost every genres of music, right from reggae, jazz and blues, to folk and country music. Adjoining the store is a 120-seat Ignition Music Garage which adds another dimension to the stores association with music. This intimate venue opens its doors to upcoming artists and bands giving music lovers a chance to experience new age music trends, first hand. In the past, country artist Anne McCue, American folk duo Shovels & Rope and alternative folk artist Brigitte DeMeyer have graced the stage of this venue. With not many quality live music venues in this part of Indiana, Ignition Music Garage serves as the best place to catch a live gig.
Home to the annual Cass County Fair, this open space is utilized for various other activities and events that reflect the cultural heritage of the locality. Featuring fairs, exhibitions, festivals and rallies throughout the year, the Cass County Fairgrounds is always buzzing with something or the other. Don’t miss the week long famous county fair which happens in the end of July. A complete family entertainer with fun rides, food stalls, colorful stalls and more, it is one of the most anticipated events in the area.
The Morris Conservatory and Muessel-Ellison Tropical Gardens are replete with tropical plants and exotic flora as well as water features that make for a pleasant visit. Explore the conservatory for a view of cacti, rubber trees, bougainvillea, and many more species. This park is also an ideal venue for parties, weddings, meetings, and social events that can accommodate about 200 guests.
Notre Dame Stadium is located on the campus of the University of Notre Dame and is the home ground for the University of Notre Dame Fighting Irish football team. The stadium was built in 1930 and has a large seating capacity of 21,000. The stadium is popular for its mural of resurrected Jesus which is famously known as 'Touchdown Jesus'. The stadium is well built with all the state-of-the-art technical apparatus. So come here to roar and cheer your champions.
A four day festival in the fall in Niles, Michigan. Entertainment includes carnival rides, food vendors, arts and crafts, parades, contests and live entertainment.
Opened in 2003, Legends of Notre Dame is owned and run by the University of Notre Dame. It comprises of a restaurant, alehouse and a nightclub which is also a concert space. While the diner and bar is open to the public, the nightclub is only open to the university students or by invitation. The typical American menu also has healthier options for the calorie conscious. Their pub has a fine list of draught beer, bottled varieties, craft brews, wine and spirits.