1103 Lanada Road
Greensboro, NC 27407
Phone: (336) 297-1055
Fax: (336) 297-1904
The Comedy Zone is where locals head to when they feel like laughing the night away. This comedy club plays host to major comedians, both local ones and national touring acts. Reservations are strongly suggested for their weekly shows. As you watch the show, The Comedy Zone offers a wide variety of food for you to enjoy. Their Italian specialties like calzones and pizzas as well as tasty New York-style subs are especially tasty.
Arizona Pete's is the place where you can honky tonk the night away. In addition to the fully stocked bar here, their are a variety of events taking place most nights of the week. There are country line dancing lessons, a DJ and dance party on Thursday nights, and a special night for college students on Wednesday. Arizona Pete's is the place to dance all night, whether you own a cowboy hat or not.
Located across the Bruce Street, the Karate Dungeon is a modern concert venue. It stages performances of amateur as well as popular artists/bands. Given the interesting shows and stunning performances, each gig is well-attended and loved by one and all. To avoid last minute disappointment, do book your seats in advance.
The Greensboro Coliseum Complex serves as a multi-building facility through a range of activities, including athletic events, cultural arts, concerts, theater and other forms of entertainment. It serves the purpose of being a primary center of activity as well as a platform for community-wide events. The Coliseum can accommodate up to 23000, seat a 2376 strong audience for Broadway and has a space of 20,000 square feet for sporting events and activities.
The Special Events Venue in the Greensboro Coliseum Complex is 167,000 square feet, 150,000 of which can be used for exhibition space. It often hosts trade fairs and tech shows, and has also been the venue for cheerleading competitions. Check the website for a calendar of events, or call to reserve the space.
The Odeon Theater, a part of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex, seats 300 and is the smallest venue in the complex. The Community Theater of Greensboro and other local groups often put on plays and musicals in this intimate venue.
The 30,000-square-foot Pavilion in the Greensboro Coliseum Complex hosts many local events like the Central Carolina Fair, school fairs, flea markets and much more. Visit the website to check current events or to reserve the space.
Initially starting out as a regular neighborhood bar, the Blind Tiger has since evolved. In the two decades since its inception, the Blind Tiger has become a staple for the live music scene in Greensboro, and North Carolina as a whole. You can always count on the Blind Tiger to be hosting live music events almost every night of the week. The venue has played hosts to local, regional and national acts alike.
Located across Trogdon Street, the Science House is a popular concert venue. Equipped with modern acoustic equipment, it features varied genres of music and different bands are invited to play here. In the past, likes of Hurricanes of Love and The Neapolitan Children have performed here.
Located on the Glenwood Avenue, Glenwood Coffee & Books has evolved from a modest bookstore to a community creative space and a coffee shop. The success of any independent venture depends on the people behind it. And in this case it is Al Brilliant who opened the doors to a space that serves as a melting pot for artists, writers and performers. Today, this concept coffee shop and bookstore, is a well-known spot among locals who enjoy the organic coffee served and the plethora of books sold here. This cafe is vegan-friendly and also serves beer and pizzas. Concerts, meetings of community organizations, book launches and several other events held here, creates a vibrant buzz in the ambiance of this unique store. Call ahead to know more.
Michael B. Fleming Gymnasium also simply known as Fleming Gymnasium can seat over 2300 spectators in its comfortable confines. This multi-purpose venue is well-equipped and witnesses a number of breathtaking wrestling and volleyball matches throughout the year. Non-match days are still eventful with the concerts and private events that can be hosted too. A visit here promises to be an experience in itself.
The Taylor Theatre, located on UNC-Greensboro's campus, is the home-base of the school's theatre and North Carolina Theatre for Young People. Constructed in 1967, and named after Richmond Taylor, one of the school's educators in the theatre staff. The theatre is a very intimate venue that seats 475 people.