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Wichita’s “Round Mound of Sound” opened in 1960, attracting the most historically important American musicians such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, the Everly Brothers, Willie Nelson, Muddy Waters and B.B. King. Throughout the years Wichita’s...more
I live about two hours from the Cotillion and 90 minutes from the Stiefel Theatre in Salina. Those are my favorite two concert venues, respectively.
The Cotillion is in a nice location so no matter from where you are traveling, there are some big streets...More
Such a great venue for all sorts of events. The acoustics are excellent for concerts. The downside is folding chair seating but, most concerts are for crowds who stand so, I guess permanent seating is not on the agenda. A Wichita Landmark!
Fantastic atmosphere, great affordable shows, and the best staff in town. I have been to countless shows at this venue and it is by far my favorite place to see concerts. Big enough to get some great acts and small enough to have an intimate...More
An older place, that is dark and usually smokey by restrooms.The last time I was here I took my grandkids. My granddaughter sit with her friends in the middle of the ballroom; she said the singer sounded good to her. My grandson and I sit...More
It has seats in the back with tables. General admission means first people in get their choice of where to sit or stand. For example if I’m going to a show and I want to be on the guard rail I would want to get there early... More
It has seats in the back with tables. General admission means first people in get their choice of where to sit or stand. For example if I’m going to a show and I want to be on the guard rail I would want to get there early so I can have first pick of where to be.