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Morris Performing Arts Center - South Bend, IN

The Morris Performing Arts Center is a concert hall and live entertainment venue in South Bend, Indiana. It has hosted some of the biggest names in the music industry, including Fleetwood Mac, Aerosmith, B.B. King, Stevie Wonder, The Eagles, Loretta Lynn and countless others.

Outside food or beverages, large bags/backpacks, professional cameras and video or audio recording devices are not permitted inside the venue. Small bags (purses) are allowed. Food and beverages that have been purchased inside the theater may be taken into the seating area.

The Morris Performing Arts Center holds a 2,564-seat capacity and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Following its original opening in 1922 as a vaudeville theater, it transitioned into a movie theater. Following a few decades of decline, it was planned for demolition in 1959, however it was saved and reopened to the public in 2000, bringing live entertainment and music to South Bend residents ever since.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
211 N Michigan St, South Bend, IN
History & Traditions:
Capacity:
2,564
Past Names/Nicknames:
Palace Theatre

Morris Civic Auditorium

Date/Year Built/Opened:
2000