1831 W Diehl Rd
Naperville, IL 60563
Phone: (630) 778-5900
Fax: (630) 778-1441
Players Indoor Sports Center is a sprawling complex that hosts a number of sports events as well as major cultural events within its confines. Equipped with a range of facilities, it is little wonder that this center enjoys immense popularity with the people of Naperville. Check website for details on upcoming events.
The Riverwalk Park Grand Pavilion is a covered structure that regularly plays host to cultural and community events in the city of Naperville. Call for any additional information on upcoming events, and make sure to walk through the lush park if ever in the city!
The rich repertoire of Naperville's performing arts is showcased at the Pfeiffer Hall, located on the NCC campus. The hall features art and theater performances along with musicals and concerts in its spacious auditorium. The creative power and artistic quality of performances is well seen in all its arty events. The venue spells great cultural significance. Call ahead for more details.
The Alamo Ballroom is a modern events space that plays host to some of the biggest events taking place in the region. From concerts, gigs to live musicals, here you can catch them all. Several upcoming and established artists have staged memorable performances here. Alamo Ballroom is equipped with a state-of-the-art lighting and sound system and latest technical equipments that accentuate every performance that takes place here. On a visit to this side of Aurora, do catch a performance at the Alamo Ballroom. Call ahead to know more.
The alluring property of Arrowhead Golf Club, located on Butterfield Road, is one of the most preferred event venues in Wheaton. Known for its beautifully manicured 27 holes, this lush green property sets a perfect background for your dream wedding. Whether you are a member or not, the staff makes sure that your time at this club is memorable. After a game, enjoy a delicious brunch at a restaurant and bar on-site. The extensive list of spirits and cocktails completes your dinning experience.
This downtown park is more than just a park, it's a popular venue for concerts, festivals and more for the denizens of Aurora. The perfect outdoor venue, locals can be found lounging on blankets and in folding chairs for a variety of events from country music concerts to cultural dance troupes. The 30 acre park features a sweeping grassy area, concert pavilion, bike path and pier and is a great place to spend a few hours on a nice sunny day.
The Dupage County Fairgrounds is located in the heart of this small city. It is the venue for the Dupage County Fair, which is an annual event. The grounds are mostly used for the fair but also entertain other local events. The fair is it's main attraction that pulls in large crowds to celebrate together. They have a number of events like contests, shows and more. Do contact for more details.
Located in a historic 1894 fire station, the Aurora Regional Fire Museum preserves and promotes the history of fire departments in the city. Artifacts and memorabilia are on display, as well as interactive exhibits that educate and entertain children and adults alike. They also organize workshops in fire safety and prevention. The museum is open for walk-in visitors from Thursdays to Saturdays between 1:00p to 4:00p.
As the name implies, this is a Hollywood themed operation, with movie memorabilia, posters and other decorations strewn around the casino and entrance pavilion. But who comes to look at that? As far as games go, the casino offers a decent two-deck blackjack game, but the dealers will shuffle up if they suspect you of counting, and they suspect everyone. You are probably better off fighting your way against the six-deck shoe. Slot payback rates are comparable with other casinos in the region, and tend to change depending on how the competition is doing. You can also play slots, Caribbean stud poker and press your luck in the "double down" video poker machines. The steak house is pretty good, but do not expect a complimentary meal from these guys, not even for the buffet. For entertainment, there is the casino-owned Paramount Arts Center across the Fox River.
Located in the Chicago Metropolitan Area, Paramount Theatre boasts of incredible performances in drama, comedy and dance. The interior of the theater is gorgeous with high ceilings and gold painted pillars. Come here and get inspired by amazing theatrical shows and intelligent actors. Look forward to the Aurora troupe's performance of Ballet Folklorico Quetzalcoatl from Mexico and BLAST!, which is one of the best choreographed theatrical performances of the season. Parking is easily available. You can order tickets online or purchase them from the Box Office.
Copley Theatre is a small theater that often shows local live productions. The 216 plush seats all face the large theater stage, and even seats in the back row have a great view of the show. Along with plays, the venue can also be rented out for business meeting and film presentations.
Situated across Cougar Trail, the Fifth Third Bank Ballpark is a local baseball field. Home to the Kane County Cougars, it can accommodate almost 7400 spectators. Formerly, it was also known as Kane County Events Center and Philip B. Elfstrom Stadium; in 2008 this ballpark was completely revamped, and new facilities were added and existing ones were upgraded. For more details and games schedule, check website.