Sleep Inn & Suites
2855 N.W. Edenbower Boulevard
Roseburg, OR 97471
Phone: (541) 464-8338
Fax: (541) 440-5216
Erected and established in 1936, the Wayne Morse Farm is a monumental site in the Eugene region of the U.S. State of Oregon. Its historical significance originates due to the fact that it was the home to Wayne Morse who was a prominent U.S. Senator. The site stands registered on the National Register of Historic Places. It is inclusive of the Morse house and its lovely surroundings.
While in Portland, if you're willing to make the drive, it would be worthwhile to visit Grants Pass to watch a concert in the historic Rogue Theatre. The venue has stood since 1938 and is a great example of art deco architecture. It also is host to concerts of various musical genres, film festivals (such as the Rogue Independent Film Festival), and classic cult films. The Rogue Theatre is a great place to go for culture, concerts, and some family fun.
Oregon Country Fairgrounds is a spacious open-air venue that hosts variety of events like music festivals, circuses and so forth, the prominent one being the Oregon Country Fair held each year.
This festival has two weeks of choral-orchestral concerts, based on the music and influences of J.S Bach. The backdrop of the festival is the scenic river view and lush forests of Eugene. This is a family fest, complete with educational programs and chamber music. For over three decades, the sounds and music of Bach have found an audience among the people of this city and all over the country. This festival aspires to take Bach's music into the future and to the next generation.
This public university was founded in 1876 with just 155 students in the first year of operation. Deady and Villard Halls are the two oldest buildings still remaining on campus both built in the Empire-style and listed as United States National Historic Landmarks as of 1977. Today the school has a student population of over 23,000 people and numerous programs.
Completed in 2011, the Matthew Knight Arena is a multi-purpose arena in Eugene, Oregon with capacity to host close to 12,500 people. It is the home to the University of Oregon Ducks basketball teams, replacing McArthur Court.
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!
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.
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.
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.
This alcohol and drug free, DIY venue is open for all ages. The Boreal is a non-profit collective space that mainly hosts underground artists. The prime focus is to enjoy music and arts in a safe environment for everyone. The tickets are very reasonably prices and go towards maintenance and travel expenses incurred by touring bands. Some of their previous listings are Get Wise, Whack Sabbath, Dr. Rocket, Plath and Spellcaster.
An open air barn south of the Langlois Market, the Langlois Cheese Factory is a venue for concerts. This barn owes its name to a former reputed cheese factory that existed in its place and was burned down in 1957. Expect performances of local artists and bands as well as those on tour at this historic venue.