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151 McDonald Drive, Lawrence, KS, US, 66044

  • Phone: (785) 330-7241
  • Fax: (785) 840-0757
4.5 out of 5 (189 reviews)
93% of guests recommend this hotel

Entertainment Venues

»Memorial Stadium

The Memorial Stadium at the University of Kansas is host to great college football every year. Built in 1921, with major renovations soon after, the stadium now houses just over 50,000 spectators. Dedicated to Kansas University students who fought in World War I, the facility also plays host to the Kansas Relays, a well-known track and field competition.

W 11th St & Alabama St
Lawrence, KS 66045

»The Bottleneck

What started out as a local stage hosting open mic nights blossomed into a full-fledged concert venue. The Bottleneck has hosted concerts of local, national as well as internationally-acclaimed performers. With the likes of Butthole Surfers, Semisonic, Junior Brown, Lucinda Williams, Fastball and Toad the Wet Sprocket having performed here, it doesn't need any sort of sales pitch. Its sole aim is to provide music lovers a treat every week and it does so. For gig guide and other details, check we

737 New Hampshire Street
Lawrence, KS 66044

»University Theatre

High-quality student productions.

1530 Naismith Drive
Lawrence, Kansas 66045

»Allen Fieldhouse

Named for the man who led Jayhawks basketball for 39 years, Dr. F.C. "Phog" Allen, the Allen Fieldhouse has been a home for Kansas athletics since it opened in 1955. The fieldhouse has gained prominence in college basketball by hosting many NCAA tournament games and by being labeled "the best place in America to watch college basketball." It can house 16,300 people at capacity, and the stands are often full to watch any number of sporting events held at Allen Fieldhouse. It is also used as a venue for speeches and commencement ceremonies during bad weather.

1651 Naismith Drive
Lawrence, KS 66045

»Douglas County Fair

This nine-day fair includes extensive 4-H exhibits, music, carnival rides, a demolition derby, and a variety of races and contests.

2110 Harper
Lawrence, Kansas 66044

»Leavenworth County Fairgrounds

The Leavenworth County Fairgrounds lies a little to the west of the center of Tonganoxie. These grounds play a prominent role in the local community’s life, as it hosts various events all year round. Among the events held here are cattle shows, trade fairs, rodeos, horse shows, concerts, and much more. Do pay a visit here to discover what is happening at these fairgrounds.

22618 Mclouth Road
Tonganoxie, KS 66086

»Bettis Family Sports Complex

Bettis Family Sports Complex is a premier sports facility in the Midwest. It sprawls over 22 acres (8.9 hectares) along the bank of Lake Shawnee and features state-of-the-art amenities. Six artificial-turf baseball diamonds, a soccer field and several locker rooms are available for regional leagues and national tournaments. The Lake Shawnee Event Center can be rented out for conferences and cultural events. It is home to the Topeka Golden Giants and has hosted the NBC World Series.

3025 SE Croco Rd.
Topeka, KS 66605

»Gardner Fairgrounds

Fairs are quiet an affair, with the whole town coming out to the grounds to partake in the entertainment and enjoyment offered by the activities and events organized by the association for the community. It is a similar scene that takes place at the Gardner Fairgrounds in Gardner, KS. Located in the heart of the town, between East Washington Street and Madison Avenue, these grounds play witness to joyous celebrations. Besides the Johnson County Fair, these grounds are also rented for different private and community events. Do call to know more.

136 East Washington Street
Gardner, KS 66030

»Fiesta Mexicana

Authentic Mexican food, carnival food favorites, live music, a 5K run and walk, an art show, a carnival, children's corner, jalapeno eating contest, parade, and children's activities are featured at the annual Fiesta Mexicana.

201 Northeast Chandler
Topeka, Kansas 66616

»Topeka Performing Arts Center

Topeka Performing Arts Center—a cultural hub of the city was built in 1880s to dedicate itself in making arts education accessible to all. It encourages students of performing arts through programs, diplomas and awards. Through the Schooltime Theater and Sheffel Theater Clinic, children are taught the critical aspects of acting, costuming, make-up, movement and technical staging. Visit here for some quality entertainment with performances in ballet and music by well-known artists like James Earl Jones, Anoushka Shankar, Jim Brickman and many more.

214 South East 8th Avenue
Topeka, KS 66603

»Kansas Expocentre

It was in 1871, that the Kansas Expocentre hosted its first event, since then, it is one of the most preferred venues in the city. This grandiose space comprises several halls and arenas. Be it exhibitions, conventions, corporate events, trade shows and other business related events, the center is equipped with all the requisite facilities. Besides this, it also stages concerts and sporting events like basketball matches. Check the website for technical specifications and up-coming events.

1 Expocentre Drive
Topeka, KS 66612

»The Boobie Trap Bar

The focus point of live music in the neighborhood, The Boobie Trap Bar is dedicated to contributing to the city's burgeoning music scene. A typical dive bar, one cannot expect the glamor and frills of an upscale bar or club here, but rather expect to really experience the city's night scene, with locals of varying age groups and backgrounds coming here for a reasonably priced drink or two. See the website to know more.

1417 Southwest 6th Avenue
Topeka, KS 66606
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