ARVEST BANK THEATRE AT THE MIDLAND
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Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland TicketsKnown by many different names over the years, the historic Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland first opened its doors in 1927. Thanks to a 2007 renovation, the theater exterior was restored to its original Renaissance Revival design. The venue makes an impression with an arched window four stories tall, 3,600 bulbs in the marquee and decorations like flowers, leaves and winged figures. The inside is just as special with giant chandeliers, antiques and more than 500,000 feet of gold leaf. In 1977, the venue earned a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. A variety of artists and performers have visited The Midland, including Tyler the Creator, Jerry Seinfeld, Tim Allen, John Mellencamp, Criss Angel, Phil Collins and Fleet Foxes. The Pollstar Awards nominated The Midland for "Theater of the Year" in 2018. For the best seats to events at Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, get your tickets at StubHub.
What is the Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland seating capacity?An open floor plan on the main level means that there are flexible seating options. The capacity ranges between 1,300 and 3,000 available spots.
Where are the best Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland seats located?Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland events offers premium seating options with balcony level suites. Suites seat 10 to 12 people in premium chairs and may include coat check, a personal concierge and bottle service. Guests with premium seating also enjoy private entrances, restrooms and the Aristocrat A-List Lounge. The lounge provides early access to the venue, and some free beverages like soda and water are available while discounts are offered on premium beverages and alcoholic drinks.
Is the Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland accessible by public transportation?Multiple KCATA bus lines run by The Midland. Guests can also park at Union Station or City Market and ride the KC Streetcar. The streetcar is a free service that runs daily and travels through a 2-mile stretch of the metro area.
Is there on-site parking?There is limited street parking, but the Kansas City Power and Light District offers several parking garages.
Are there other entertainment options nearby?The Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland is located in the Kansas City Power and Light District. The area is home to clubs, restaurants, the Bartle Hall Convention Center and the Sprint Center. Popular attractions include the PBR Big Sky western bar, Alamo Drafthouse Mainstreet Theater, Howl at the Moon Piano Bar and the Gordon Biersch Brewing Company. Popular events frequently take place at Kansas City Live, a covered outdoor area that offers several entertainment options on one block.
Are there any food and drink offerings?The theater's top floor is home to the Chandelier Bar. The bar provides drinks and a standing-only viewing area with LCD TVs. Lounge-style seating and bar drinks are also available at The Indie on Main when shows occur at The Midland.
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