Barn Theatre
13351 State Highway M-96
Michigan’s oldest professional summer stock theatre, featuring guest artists from Broadway and television.

Kalamazoo 10
820 Maple Hill Drive
Kalamazoo, MI

AMC Portage Street 10 Theatres

Kalamazoo Ballet Co.
431 E. South St.
Kalamazoo, MI
Theresa Bullard is Artistic Director and founder of Kalamazoo Ballet and Bullard School.

Kalamazoo Concert Band
Kalamazoo, MI 49019

Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra
Epic Center, 359 S. Kalamazoo Mall
Kalamazoo, MI

Kalamazoo Junior Symphony

Miller Auditorium
Howard Street, near Stadium Dr.
WMU, Kalamazoo, MI

New Vic Theatre
134 E. Vine St.
Kalamazoo, MI

State Theatre
406 S. Burdick
Kalamazoo, MI

Suzanne D. Parish Theatre
426 S. Park St.
Kalamazoo, MI

Western Michigan University School of Music
1903 W. Michigan Avenue
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5434

Chenery Auditorium
714 S. Westnedge Ave.
Kalamazoo, MI
The auditorium at “old” Kalamazoo Central High School was officially dedicated in 1924 and was one of the largest high school auditoriums in the state.

Irving S. Gilmore Theatre Complex
Kalamazoo, MI

Western Michigan University Theatre
Kalamazoo, MI
The Dalton Center also holds the Music and Dance Library, which houses numerous scores and scripts.

Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo
359 South Kalamazoo Mall
Kalamazoo, MI

Celebration! Cinema — Crossroads
6600 Ring Road
Portage, MI

Riviera Theatre Three Rivers

Air Zoo
6151 Portage Rd.
Portage Michigan
The Air Zoo offers a visit more like a day at a theme park than a trip to a museum.

Celery Flats Historical Area
7335 Garden Lane
Portage Michigan
What was it like to work ankle-deep in the black soil of the Kalamazoo? Take a tour in Portage that help visitors understand the era.

Kalamazoo Institute of Arts (KIA)
Park St., at South St.
Kalamazoo Michigan
The KIA continues to bring art to West Michigan with first-rate traveling exhibitions.

Kalamazoo Valley Museum
230 N. Rose St.
Kalamazoo, MI
The Museum was voted the top small museum in Michigan by readers of Michigan Living Magazine.

Gilmore Car Museum
M-43, at Hickory Road, Hickory Corners
Rated as one of the 10 best automobile museums in the United States.

Snow Cross Conquest
Snowboarders and downhill skiers compete for awards and prizes as they conquer the slopes.

Maple Sugar Festival
Enjoy the sweetest festival around and learn how to make homemade maple syrup at the Kalamazoo Nature Center.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Join in the fun on the downtown mall with plenty of costumes and music.

Gilmore International Keyboard Festival
Musicians have included Van Cliburn, Harry Connick Jr., Chick Corea, Diana Krall, Peter Cincotti, Peter Nero, Alfred Brendel and Michael Feinstein.

International Congress on Medieval Studies
Scholars from around the world come to Kalamazoo for an intellectual exchange on medieval research and topics, such as “Relics, Swords and the Stories They Tell.

Annual Art Fair
Held in Bronson Park, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts’ annual juried Art Fair attracts 50,000 attendees and 200 artists from around the country.

Vicksburg Old Car Festival
Take a step back in time and learn about the evolution of the automobile.

Blues Fest
Local and national musicians perform at Blues Fest, which earned an honorable mention in “Blues for Dummies” as one of the top festivals to watch.

Kindleberger Summer Festival
From an art & crafts fair to a car show, 5K run/walk, a city-street dance, symphony music to a children’s petting zoo and much more.

Taste of Kalamazoo
Eat, drink and be merry as local restaurants, breweries and wineries serve up their finest.

You be the judge as national and local rib vendors compete in rib and sauce cook-offs. These ribs will set mouths on fire, but great beers from local brewers cool them down.

Black Arts Festival
The Black Arts & Cultural Center promotes minority artists with seven days of free art shows and community events.

Kalamazoo County Fair
The Kalamazoo County Fair is an annual fair that promotes local agriculture & creates a positive experience for families attending through exhibits, rides, family activities, entertainment and much more.

Michigan Wine & Harvest Festival
Sample wines from local vineyards and far beyond, enjoy live entertainment and join the grape stomping.

Kalamazoo Holiday Parade
Beautiful floats, marching bands and even Santa Claus will wind through downtown Kalamazoo, with elves passing out candy and prizes along the parade route.

Michigan Festival of Sacred Music
A biennial (odd years) event with religious entertainment from around the world performing at various churches and other unique venues throughout Kalamazoo.

New Year’s Fest
New Year’s Eve celebration featuring dozens of entertainment acts in venues throughout downtown Kalamazoo with fireworks at midnight in Bronson Park.

Bach Festival
James Turner, Music Director and Conductor, is also Associate Professor of Music and Director of Vocal and Choral Activities a Kalamazoo College, where he conducts the 60-member College Singers and the select Chamber Singers.

Kalamazoo Scottish Festival Association
The Kalamazoo Scottish Festival Association also known as “KSFA” was founded in 1992 by a group of local Scottish heritage enthusiast with a will to preserve the festivities of the culture for the enjoyment of all people.

Michigan Youth Arts Festival
More than 60,000 students across the state are involved in the adjudication process that results in over 900 being invited to participate in the annual three-day event, held in May.