Cheyenne Civic Center
1. The Civic Center
2. Venue and Rentable Space
The Cheyenne Civic Center Performing Arts Theatre was established in 1981. The Civic Center is a city-owned and operated hall auditorium in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Located in the heart of the downtown area the Center sits on the crossroads of Interstate 80 (I-80) and Interstate 25 (I-25). Its “intimate” seating capacity of 1496 includes Orchestra-level, Loge, and Balcony Seats. The Cheyenne Civic Center has hosted many top-name entertainers, Broadway musical productions, dance, and serves many local organizations, including the Cheyenne Kiwanis “Stars of Tomorrow”, All-City Children’s Choir and the Laramie County Community College.
Note: The Civic Center is a department of the City of Cheyenne Municipal Government.
How the Cheyenne Civic Center is Helping Arts Cheyenne:
The Civic Center is a team player in promoting the arts and we are fortunate to have the national and international caliber performances they bring here to Cheyenne.
Venue and Rentable Space:
The Cheyenne Civic Center has seating for 1,496 people, with 584 Orchestra-level seats, 478 Loge seats and 434 Balcony seats.
It is a city-owned and operated hall auditorium in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Located in the heart of the downtown area the Center sits on the crossroads of Interstate 80 (I-80) and Interstate 25 (I-25).
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