2224 US 41 N.
Henderson, KY 42420
Phone: (270) 830-6500
Fax: (270) 826-5406
Operated and managed by the Evansville Hope For the Rejected, the Hatch is a local event venue. It not only provides a stage to the upcoming bands but the idea is to have a safe venue for the youth. Apart from concerts, the Hatch also hosts lectures, seminars, community gatherings and similar events throughout the year. For more details, call ahead.
The largest arts institution in the Tri-State, The Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra is a professional orchestra comprised of 80 musicians who present a seven-concert classics series, four double pops performances, two Casual Classics Series concerts, special event concerts, and numerous educational and outreach performances. Most performances take place at the Victory Theatre.
Space is ample at this venue, commonly known as ‘The Center' among locals. A 2,500 seat auditorium, a 38,000 square foot exhibition hall, a 14,000 square foot ballroom and 12 meeting rooms make it the perfect venue for concerts, musicals and other family shows. The seat of the community's performing arts extravaganzas, this venue has played host to Broadway musicals too– 'Grease', 'The Phantom of the Opera' and 'Fame' are some that have attracted most attention. Crowds also come bustling in for musical performances by Billy Joel, Eric Clapton and the like. The abundance of meeting space also makes it a prime location for business conferences. If there's anything big happening in the city, it's probably going on in here!
The Victory Theatre is a 1,950-seat venue reminiscent of the 1920s. It is the home of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra and hosts a wide variety of concerts, Broadway shows, and children's programs.
The Ford Center is a multi-purpose arena that hosts variety of events ranging from concerts, ice hockey, basketball to cultural functions. Home to the University of Evansville Purple Aces and Evansville IceMen teams it can accommodate 11,000 sports enthusiasts. For more details and event updates, call ahead or check website.
A multi-purpose Convention Hall—Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum was built in the early 20th century. It has an expansive seating capacity of 2400 with the standing capacity almost doubling. This hall can host wedding receptions, plays, concerts, orchestra or just about any event. With the weekend special being the games & Bingo every Friday it couldn't be better. The Coliseum has non-smoking sections and exciting offers too. Also, this place is home to the Evansville Rotary Club, so various club events too can be looked forward to. All in all this is a nice place for whiling away time in fun.
Built to honor soldiers and sailors who fought in the Civil War and the Spanish-American War, the Classic Revival architectural style Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Coliseum is now used for sports, exhibitions, plays, concerts, meetings, receptions, bingo, and is the principle home of the Evansville Rotary Club.
The Evansville Civic Theatre is a non-profit theatre created to serve as a resource for cultural enrichment in Southwestern Indiana.
The Evansville BlueCats is affiliated with United Indoor Football. Their home games are played at the multi-purpose Roberts Stadium.
This world-class entertainment venue is located about 145 miles from Indianapolis. Home to the Purple Aces and the Evansville Bluecats, it can seat up to 12,500 people. Catering facilities and a meeting room to accommodate 400 people are also available. The venue holds concerts, conventions, trade fairs and sporting events like basketball and volleyball. The popular ISHAA wrestling competition is also held here. The Shrine Circus comes here every Thanksgiving weekend. It certainly offers lots of things to look forward to.
The Otters are a locally owned team that is a member of the Frontier League. Their home games are played at Bosse Field, the third-oldest professional baseball stadium in the country and the site of the filming of A League of Their Own, May through August.