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Stambaugh Auditorium

1000 Fifth Avenue
Youngstown, Ohio 44504

Stambaugh Auditorium is a non-profit public auditorium which opened in 1926 through the generous gift of Youngstown area businessman, Henry H. Stambaugh. The centerpiece of the complex is the Concert Hall which has a seating capacity of 2,553 and is renowned for its near perfect acoustics. The auditorium also features a 8,800-square-foot ballroom (Jeanne D. Tyler Grand Ballroom), a recital hall (The Anne Christman Memorial Hall), and a formal garden at the southern end of the building, all of which can be rented for public, business, or private functions. The venue welcomes national and international performers on a regular basis while also hosting local and regional entertainment and public events. Stambaugh Auditorium was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.



W.D. Packard Music Hall

1703 Mahoning Avenue NW
Warren, Ohio 44483

Situated on the scenic grounds of 42-acre Packard Park in Warren, Ohio, this 2,248 seat venue provides excellent acoustic and performance amenities. The Music Hall was envisioned by William Doud Packard, a prominent industrialist, who found a way to mesh pride in his hometown and a love of military marches into a lasting contribution for future generations. Concurrent with the opening of the Music Hall in 1955, Packard’s dream of a concert band was being realized with the organization and premier concerts of the W. D. Concert Band. Warren, Ohio is centrally located between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, making W.D. Packard Music Hall an attractive location for enroute productions to perform.



DeYor Performing Arts Center


260 West Federal Street
Youngstown, Ohio 44503

The DeYor Performing Arts Center, located in the heart of the arts and entertainment district of Youngstown, Ohio, is recognized as one of the most beautiful performance venues in the Midwest. As the long-time home of the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra it remains the cultural heart of the Mahoning Valley. The DeYor’s two main performance halls – Edward W. Powers Auditorium (capacity 2,303) and the Ford Family Recital Hall (capacity 600) – provide ideally suited spaces for large orchestral performances and theatrical productions as well as intimate recitals and family oriented performances.



Warren Community Amphitheatre

321 Mahoning Avenue
Warren, Ohio 44483

The Warren Community Amphitheatre is located in picturesque downtown Warren, Ohio, along Millionaires’ Row and adjacent to historic Courthouse Park overlooking the Mahoning River. The Amp is owned and maintained by the city of Warren. In addition to the 2000+ seat Amphitheatre, there is plenty of room for lawn chairs and blankets. A wide variety of food and refreshments, including a beer tent, is located on site during events.



Lorain Palace Theater

617 Broadway Ave,
Lorain, OH 44052

After the devastating tornado of 1924, the “largest one-floor theater in the State of Ohio” would serve as the cornerstone for a new Lorain. Built in 1928, both the inner and outer lobbies boasted ornate sculptured ceilings elegantly painted in soft shades of turquoise and coral, and highlighted in gold, and graceful domed ceiling of the main auditorium featured an exquisite three-quarter ton crystal chandelier. During World War II there were a number of special live shows to promote the sale of War Bonds. From 1944 on, the Palace was almost exclusively a movie theater. Today the "Palace" hosts a variety of events is it's historic and beautiful 1,477-seat auditorium.



Robins Theatre
*Coming Soon*

Grand Reopening January 9, 2020

617 Broadway Ave,
Lorain, OH 44052

In December of 2017, the Robins Theatre was purchased by Downtown Development Group (DDG), which is committed to restoring the theatre with as much historical accuracy as possible. Restoration cost is estimated to be between $5 million and $7 million. Work began in January of 2018 on Phase I of a nine phase restoration plan. Completion of the restoration is optimistically expected to take two years. The restored theatre will be equipped to accommodate both stage shows and film screenings.

Upon completion of the restoration, the Robins Theatre will be managed by Sunrise Entertainment of Warren, Ohio.


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