1695 Capital Circle N.W.
Tallahassee, FL 32303
Phone: (850) 575-5885
Fax: (850) 576-5788
The LIT Nightclub has extended its limits of fun and entertainment and now opened Back Room. This on-site music venue presents a bunch of local and international entertainers. And, going by the crowded room and completely sold-out shows, Back Room is fast gaining popularity amongst music lovers. So if you are planning to attend a gig, do book your tickets in advance. For more details and schedule, call ahead.
First-run Hollywood movies and critically acclaimed films are shown at this cinema that features comfortable seating and a large concession stand.
In this house at Gables Court, there's always room for the performance of a local or a touring band. This do-it-yourself venue has hosted numerous indie music bands like Send Away Stranger, Quiet Clouds, Slingshot Dakota and Jr. Meowzer, making it a famous haunt for underground music within a short span of its opening. St. Anger House is a small venue and gives you an intimate experience which is unlike what you would get at other larger music venues in the city.
Located right next to Doak Campbell Stadium on Florida State Campus, Dick Howser Stadium is the 6,700 seat home of Seminole baseball. Named after All-American first baseman, the stadium ranks among the top 10 most attended college baseball stadiums in the country.
The lawn in front of the main Union building on the 75 North Woodward Avenue is often used as a venue for hosting concerts and other live events during summers. The well-maintained, lush-green space is located at the entrance of the university and serves as a perfect place to host open air events. Call or visit their website to know more.
Located within Florida State University, Club Downunder is managed by Union Productions, a student-run organization. Performances and concerts are held here in a casual atmosphere.
Every year in March, the Museum Of History & Natural Science explodes with the sounds of jazz and blues. The festival features everything from Dixieland to R&B to contemporary blues and is sure to get keep you up and out your seat. Join in for an eclectic mix of great music that speaks to the soul. Admission: Adults USD7; Seniors USD6.50; Children (4-15) USD5.
Located within the Westcott Building of the Florida State University, the Ruby Diamond Auditorium is a popular events center that plays host to arts festivals and live musicals organized by the institute. The auditorium is furnished with latest amenities including high-tech sound and lights that amplify the impact of every performance that takes place here. If you are a true connoisseur of art, then you must attend an event at the auditorium.
Established in 1919 to serve the veterans of the Tallahassee community. In addition to serving veterans, the Legion Hall is also available for rent.
A professional ballet company that presents three full scale productions each year which include a vast number of local talents, as well as exquisite performances from professional guest dancers.
The Office Lounge is located in the heart of Railroad Square. Siblings Lance and Tracy Horenbein have created this space dedicated to fine and performing arts. Housing three galleries, this warehouse hosts an array of cultural and private events. Their schedule includes art exhibitions, poetry recitals, live music, DJ nights and movie screenings. This place is a great platform for emerging as well as established artists and musicians from across the nation.
The Hidden Hand in Tallahassee has been instrumental in pushing the talented indie performers onto the mainstream. The venue is located on the Gaines Street and close to the city center, making it easibly accessible for the local music lovers. Gear up to listen to some awesome local and national artists/ bands on tour. Some of the past performers include alternative rock bands like Native America, Fable Cry, Necronomicommunist, The Pink Cigarettes and many others. The crowd is vivacious and the music upbeat, so make sure you wear your dancing shoes during an event at The Hidden Hand.