2100 W. Wackerly St.
Midland, MI 48640
Phone: (989) 837-1010
Fax: (989) 837-2470
A family event that is the kick-off for the fall campaign of United Way of Midland County. See 50 hot air balloons in different shapes and colors. Balloon launches are sometimes preceded by skydivers and followed by afterglows. Festivities begin Friday morning with events on Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday morning. Event takes place in September.
Covering 118 acres, with 102,000 square feet of indoor exhibition space, Midland County Fairgrounds is a large multi-purpose venue space. Aside from the annual Midland County Fair that takes place every summer, this fairground space is also used for a variety of other events and shows.
NCG Midland Cinemas is a modern, 11-screen theater with stadium seating featuring highback rockers with memory foam seating.
Mid-May to Mid-June at the Midland Center for the Arts is the Matrix Festival. You can see performances by singers, musicians, comedians, and dancers. You may also see fine art, history and science events. During Matrix, the first weekend in June, artists and craftspeople show and sell their original, handcrafted items at the Arts Midland Summer Art Fair on the beautiful grounds and street alongside the Midland Center for the Arts.
The Midland Symphony Orchestra and its professional local musicians have been providing quality symphonic music since 1936. The concert season features renowned guest artists, a variety of major orchestral works, chamber music, family programs and special events.
Showcasing a variety of events, shows and exhibitions, the Midland Center for the Arts is a popular entertainment venue. This large center is home to two performance venues, lecture halls, art studios, museum and more. Visit the website to know more about upcoming events.
A Class A affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
See the local minor league baseball team, the Loons, play a game at the Dow Diamond field located in Midland. Some perks to this state-of-the-art stadium include the free wifi and children's playground area. Visit the website to find out details on home games and other such events.
This 32,000 square foot venue is popular among kids and adults alike. A family friendly skating rink with restaurant onsite, this place is a fun outing that will get everyone moving.
Opened in 1908, this local theater has been delighting audiences for over a century. It has been recently updated with a digital projector.
The Bay County Fair is held here every year. The event offers fun for the entire family, and a great look at agriculture in the area.
Pit and Balcony Theatre was established in 1932 and is among the oldest of its kind in the nation. This community theater offers a variety of interesting shows that keep their audiences enthralled. Intimate yet spacious enough, this space is an affordable place for those who love theater and cannot afford high-end venues.