200 North Park St.
Belleville, ON K8P 2Y9
Phone: (613) 966-7703
Fax: (613) 966-0274
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Famous Players Belleville 8. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead.
Home of the Bulls, this stadium was built in 1978 and seats over 3257 fans.
There's something for everyone at this Belleville theater, from rock concerts to children's plays, comedy, films and more. The 700-seat venue was renovated in 2002, transforming into the performing arts space it is today.
A popular concert venue in Belleville and neighboring towns, Empire Square Live always promises the best entertainment for music lovers. At this state-of-the-art facility, great musicians and artists are seen performing live for a raving crowd. To catch the upcoming concerts at this venue, log onto their website.
The Pinnacle Playhouse in Belleville, Ontario is a theater that had its beginnings in 1951 when a group of friends would enact plays for pleasure. In 1969, the city of Belleville provided this former Salvation Army citadel to the guild for performances and it has become the center of cultural activity in the city ever since. The The Belleville Theatre Guild is popular all over the county and hosts everything from theater productions to workshops.
Since 1929, Memorial Arena has been operating as a well-facilitated indoor rink and has witnessed exciting matches including 1958 Allan Cup. Figure skating, ice hockey and pickup hockey are some of the ice sports offered here. For more details on training sessions and upcoming events, call them.
Quinte Exhibition and Raceway has been hosting fairs and races for the Belleville community since 1821 and is run by the Belleville Agricultural Society. The Norm Carr Classic National Championship Dirt Track Races and the Quinte Exhibition held annually are the most popular events of the locality.
This is a national park. There are designed areas for concerts and even dog parks.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a seat at Centre Theatre. With an exciting schedule of new releases, great sound and tech systems and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead or check out their website.
The Regent Theatre in Picton, Ontario, was started in 1922 as a film as well as live theater. In addition to being a hub of cultural activity in the city, the theater also has architectural significance as a prime instance of Edwardian style architecture on an opera house. It was designed for the original owners Ellen Cook and George by architects Page and Warrington. The theater is now the property of the Regent Theatre Foundation.
For a blockbuster fix while on holiday, book a ticket at Mustang Drive-In. With an exciting schedule of new releases and menu of must-have refreshments, this is the place to go for fun time in the city. For tickets and more, call ahead or check out their website.
Tweed Arena is always brimming with fun and excitement as hoards of people regularly come here to indulge in their favorite ice sports. Besides conducting training sessions for ice hockey and figure skating, the arena also witnesses various local tournaments. Call them to know more about upcoming events.