7801 W. Quinault Ave.
Kennewick, WA 99336
Phone: (509) 783-8396
Fax: (509) 736-6844
The only year-round ice skating rink in the city, Toyota Arena makes for a perfect venue playing host to ice-parties, hockey practice, birthdays and other related events. Ideal for families and a favorite spot for kids, the arena is open to public at a nominal admission price. Besides, this 2 story structure, which is located west of the Toyota Center, also offers another 17,000 square feet of non-ice surface to host various conferences, meetings and social events. Call for more information.
Previously known as the Tri-Cities Coliseum, the Toyota Center is a regional facility that is home to the Western Hockey League's Tri-City Americans Hockey Team. With a 7,000 person seating-capacity, this is a true multipurpose venue, playing host to a variety of concerts and sporting events, as well as trade shows, circuses, ice shows, banquets and conventions. With the who's who of the entertainment and sports world having made appearances here it does not get any better than this.
A part of the Faith Assembly church in Pasco, the Auditorium is host to a number of community events, prayer service and classical concert throughout the year. The venue has excellent acoustics and the latest speakers and lighting enhances the experience of watching the performances. The stage is large and can easily accommodate a full-fledged orchestra group. In the past, the auditorium has served as a venue for groups like Red Priest and Presidio Brass.
Hosting an array of cultural events involving the students, Chiawana High School Auditorium is a magnificent and a state-of-the-art venue in Pasco. The acoustically excellent auditorium is equipped with advanced sound and light technology that enhances the fun of watching events like concerts, drama and dance shows scheduled here regularly. The seats are comfy and offer unobstructed view of the stage due to its elevated setup. Call ahead or visit the school website for programing of various events.
This Carousel, known as the Carousel of Dreams, was a vision of one man, Mr. Charles Carmel, in 1865. Afetr a series of unfortunate events, the construction of the carousel that Carmel had originally designed had stopped. But over the years, the community of Gesa has come together to rebuild the dream. The Carousel of Dreams, besides being a majestic sight to behold, is also an entertaining venue for birthday parties and other functions.
The brick-walled Jack Didley's Eatery is a restaurant and comedy club one mile from the Kennewick city center. Comedians that take the stage here are both local and bigger headlining acts, and the food served during the comedy routines ranges from classic American to quesadillas and nachos grande.
Dimly lit with a toned-down atmosphere on most nights, Roxy's Wine Bar is a beautiful spot for sipping on some wine or cocktails and listening to some melodious tunes from local songwriters and bands.