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US Cellular Center

370 1st Avenue NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa United States

319.398.5211

US Cellular Center The U.S. Cellular Center is a multi-purpose arena located in the downtown section of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. It was financed by the approval of a voter referendum to allocate special municipal capital improvement bond monies, after several prior bond referendums to build a civic center failed between 1965-1977. The initial [more]

Peoples Court

216 Court Ave., Des Moines, Iowa United States

515-422-5128

Peoples Court Peoples Court opened it's doors for live music and great times in the summer of 2007 in downtown Des Moines. We are located on the third floor of the buiding at 3rd and Court. Inside we have two bars, the "Back Stage Bar", and the "Event Bar" bar where the live music concerts are held. Our total capcity is over 900 people. [more]

Wildwood Smokehouse and Saloon

4919 B Walleye Drive SE, Iowa City, Iowa United States

319-338-2211

Wildwood Smokehouse and Saloon If you're wondering how the Wildwood Smokehouse & Saloon came to be in the Eastern Iowa, here’s a little history….. I have had a dream of opening a country bar since I was a college student in the early 1990’s after spending countless nights at the Red Stallion in Coralville, [more]

Hilton Coliseum

Scheman Building, Suite 4, Ames, Iowa United States

515-294-1816

Hilton Coliseum James H. Hilton Coliseum opened its doors on Dec. 2, 1971, with a price tag of $8.15 million. Over its 35-year history, the building has been home to the Cyclone basketball, gymnastics, volleyball and wrestling teams and has hosted several NCAA events and countless numbers of memorable moments in Iowa State athletics [more]

Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena

801 4th Street, Sioux City, Iowa United States

800-593-2228

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]

Orpheum Theatre Sioux City

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

712-279-4850

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]

Adler Theatre

136 E. 3rd St., Davenport, Iowa United States

563-326-8500

Adler Theatre On October 13, 1926, plans for the Orpheum Theatre were announced. Business was booming for the Radio-Keith-Orpheum (RKO) theatre chain, and they needed a larger theatre. Built at a cost of $2 million, the Orpheum Theatre-Mississippi Hotel complex was considered an economic miracle. At the Theatre's opening on November 25, 1931, [more]

River Center

136 E. 3rd St., Davenport, Iowa United States

563-326-8500

River Center The RiverCenter is a unique facility to the Quad Cities community. It boasts the most contiguous meeting/convention space and is attached to the Radisson Quad City Plaza which offers meeting space and provides meeting/convention attendees with sleeping rooms. The RiverCenter is marketed as a 100,000 sq. ft. venue and includes [more]

Hoyt Sherman Place

1501 Woodland Ave., Des Moines, Iowa United States

(515) 244-0507

Hoyt Sherman Place Now, over one hundred years since Hoyt Sherman built his home, Hoyt Sherman Place is still a community attraction. With the help of The Hoyt Sherman Place Foundation, this historical landmark is alive with concerts, art exhibits, tours, weddings and business affairs. We welcome everyone to tour the facility(info on left), [more]