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First Avenue Club

1550 S 1st Ave,, Iowa City, Iowa United States


The First Avenue Club is Iowa City’s premier banquet and party facility – the perfect place for your special event! From small, formal soirees featuring our in-house delicacies, to mouth-watering buffets for up to 500 people. The First Avenue Club also offers a state-of-the-art light and sound system and Iowa City’s largest dance floor, [more]

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The Col Ballroom

1012 W 4th St,, Davenport, Iowa United States


The Legendary Col Ballroom has stood the test of time. It tragically burned down in 1913, only to thrive again after being rebuilt in 1914. The building is framed in steel and covered in brick. The ballroom can hold over 400 couples on our oak wood 10,000 square- foot floor and an additional 150 guests on our balcony.    The Col Ballroom was [more]

The Smokestack

62 E 7th St, Dubuque, Iowa United States

The Smokestack is a flexible urban venue located in downtown Dubuque, Iowa, in the Cee-Lo neighborhood (Lower Central) at the crossroads of the Millwork, Port of Dubuque, and Main Street districts. The Smokestack is a bar, restaurant, dance club, music, art, performance and event space, and more. 21+ after 9 pm. [more]

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Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena

801 4th Street, Sioux City, Iowa United States


Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena The new Gateway Arena is an extremely flexible venue for a wide variety of entertainment and sporting events. The facility includes a full-size ice hockey rink with a U-shaped seating bowl surrounding it. A stage for performances can be placed either at the open end of the seating bowl or in the center [more]

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Orpheum Theatre Sioux City

528 S. Pierce St., Sioux City, Iowa United States


Orpheum Theatre Sioux City The Sioux City Orpheum was designed by the nationally known Chicago firm of Rapp & Rapp and constructed in 1927 as part of the Orpheum Circuit. The major builder for the theatre was local Sioux City businessman, Arthur Sanford. It was one of the largest theatres in Iowa at its time and was certainly [more]