Sleep Inn & Suites
599 E. Broadway
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: (541) 345-2331
Fax: (541) 868-2285
Since it was founded in 1991, the Shedd Institute has treated thousands of music lovers to a variety of performances every year. This venue has three separate concert halls, as well as meeting and classrooms for musical education. Every year, the Shedd Institute has hosted the Oregon Festival of American Music.
Producing three operas annually, this company features great artists with an abundance of talent and offers educational and community outreach programs.
110 voices perform works from the Renaissance to the present.
Enjoy a performance by Oregon's premier professional chamber orchestra.
A non-profit performing arts organization, Actors Cabaret of Eugene (ACE) presents several plays, musicals, premiere, and original productions per year.
Enjoy a variety of performances at this performance arts center. The hall is available for rental for performing arts programming, visual arts displays, meetings, and conferences.
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.
OFAM presents three festivals, instruction, and events throughout the year that celebrate American music. The performances include music genres such as traditional, blues, orchestral, Cajun, musical theater, and heritage jazz. Please call for dates of performances. Held in August.
Attendance at one of these performances promises to be an enjoyable experience. Lead by conductor Giancarlo Guerrero, this nationally recognized symphony normally performs 8-10 classical and Pops performances per year with concerts running from September to May.
Lord Leebrick Theatre Company is one of the premiere performing arts companies in Lane County, Oregon. LLTC produces the work of innovative writers, directors, designers, and performers who are masters of their craft. LLTC remains dedicated to community, diversity and collaboration, and to bringing its audiences extraordinary works from the world stage and contemporary theatre.
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.
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!