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 One - 16th Street NE , Auburn, WA, US, 98002

  • Phone: (253) 333-8888
  • Fax: (253) 833-3133
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Entertainment Venues

»ShoWare Center

ShoWare Center plays the perfect host for a variety of events in Kent. This multi-purpose arena with a capacity of 6,500 hosts events from meetings, business conferences to concerts, sporting events and so on. The center has been well furnished with comfortable seats and private spaces and a fine decor. Many community events, leagues and games, family and recreational programs are also held here.

625 West James Street
Kent, WA 98032

»Kent Valley Ice Centre

Strap on some skates and hop on the ice! Whether you're a beginner or an expert, you're bound to have a fun time on the ice rink. Visit during a Friday or Saturday night and skate while listening to a live DJ. The ice rink is rather chilly, so make sure you dress in layers so that you won't be cold while sipping hot chocolate and while taking a break or too hot when you're on the rink trying to master skating backwards. If you're not in the mood for this winter sport then buy 20 pitches and work on your swing at their bating cage or pay for a round of golf on their miniature golf course.  Kent Valley Ice Centre prides itself on being one of the best family activities in Washington!

6015 South 240th Street
Kent, WA 98034

»Highline Community College Gym

The 22917 sq.ft. gymnasium located in Highline Community College has a seating capacity of 1300 and is a major venue for college sports. Managed and maintained by the college, the center is known as the High line Pavilion. The sporting facility has basketball and volleyball courts and also features an 8 lane athletics track, soccer and softball fields and outdoor tennis courts. In addition to this, it has a locker facility and a multi-purpose room. The venue is also available for events and you need to get in touch with the Athletics director to book space.

2400 South 240th Street
Des Moines, WA 98198

»Kentwood Performing Arts Center

Kentwood Performing Arts Center as the name suggests is a performing arts center that hosts variety of events throughout the year. Concerts, drama, musicals, recitals and the list of shows staged here is endless. With the number of diverse gigs performed here, it certainly provides for a great entertainment to the locals.

25800 164th Avenue Southeast
Covington, WA 98042

»Knutzen Family Theatre

Named after the generous Knutzen family, the Knutzen Family Theatre is a perfect place for meetings, seminars, events and theater. It has a unique setting, there is no stage as such. It has state-of-the-art equipment for sound and lighting and a rehearsal space that seats 70. The theater seats 234 and has shown plays, musicals, music performers etc. This theater has been created to make art and culture accessible to all.

3200 Southwest Dash Point Road
Federal Way, WA 98023

»Silver Dollar Casino SeaTac

Located close to the airport, this SeaTac casino and restaurant is all about convenience. The attached restaurant (open 24/7) serves up standard dishes like burgers and sandwiches — the fried rice is a common favorite — and the bar mixes up drinks just the way you like them. Whether you're heading out of or back into town, Silver Dollar Casino SeaTac makes it easy for you to get in your gaming fix before you head to your ultimate destination.

19222 International Boulevard
SeaTac, WA 98188

»White River Amphitheater

If the name sounds very Wild West you're right, this amphitheatre is owned by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe. A popular and convenient location for many concerts, it is only 34 miles from downtown Seattle. It also has state-of- the-art equipment including a huge video screen; the venue has a capacity of 20,000 seats. The amphitheatre has a partly covered seating area which ensures that shows can go on regardless of the mood of the weather Gods! The Mucklshoot Tribe has extended their ownership to a 6,000 square foot lodge so you can make a weekend out of it.

40601 Auburn Enumclaw Road
Auburn, WA 98092

»Ryan House

In 1875, George Ryan converted this one-room cabin into a simple version of a Classic Revival style house. After the family donated this house to the Sumner Public Library, a new one was built. Presently Sumner Historical Society operates from this house. The framework was made of local cedar and Ryan had added an extra story to the cabin consisting of three bedrooms. Over the years, various remodeling attempts were made but the interiors have been restored to retain their original look. The front is adorned with a beautiful veranda inspired by 19th-century millwork style. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

1228 Main Street
Sumner, WA 98390

»SKATE TIFFANY'S! - Roller Skating & Family Fun Center

Popular since the 1970s, Skate Tiffany’s has delighted many kids of the current generation and their parents alike. This wonderful skating rink is a place where teenagers can roll their way to glee in the company of their friends. Neon lights, lively music and the electric ambiance adds immeasurably to the entire experience at Skate Tiffany’s. After skating, kids can enjoy arcade games and finally celebrate with cotton candy, popcorn and colas. The on-site store is where you can pick up a number of skating goodies as well as equipment. Skate Tiffany’s is also a perfect venue for hosting birthday parties. 

1113 North Meridian
Puyallup, WA 98371

»Liberty Theater

Looking for a perfect place to host your dream wedding? Liberty Theater is your place to be! From corporate events and concerts to wedding receptions and anniversary parties, the Liberty Theater provides you with high-tech facilities for all of this and more. The multipurpose theater venue provides comfortable seating facilities for over 540 people. Elegance and grandeur define the exquisitely architectured historical building which dates back to 1924. Originally built to promote artistic excellence in the small town of Puyallup, the theater-turned-events center today ranks among the top event facilities in Seattle. However, plays and concerts are still held occasionally in the theater.

116 West Main Avenue
Puyallup, WA 98371

»Chief Leschi Schools

Chief Leschi (pronounced "lesh-eye") Schools, located in the southern Puget Sound Basin, are the country's largest Bureau of Indian Affairs educational facilities. Run by the Pullayup Tribe of Indians, the schools (Elementary and Middle/High) are dedicated to providing Native American students from over 60 tribes across the country with a comprehensive, groundbreaking and exemplary  education. The Schools are marked by their beautiful cedar-wood architecture and circular designs. They also regularly host cultural community events.

5625 52nd Street
Puyallup, WA 98371

»Pioneer Park Pavilion

Located in Pioneer Park, Pioneer Park Pavilion is a great entertainment venue. The venue has 8600 square feet of space and has been the home of classical concerts, banquets and more.

330 South Meridian
Puyallup, WA 98371
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