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The Best Activities within 5 Minutes of the Grand Wayne Convention Center

If you are in Fort Wayne, Indiana for a convention or event at the Grand Wayne Convention Center you are also conveniently placed right in the center of Fort Wayne’s hub for entertainment and activity. With a walkable downtown and countless restaurants, arts, and attractions to explore, you can get a full Fort Wayne experience without ever getting into a car…

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The Best Performances for Your Senses

Music, theater and dance go well together, and there is nothing like finding a good performance that will make your art-savvy senses tingle. Good news, Fort Wayne, Indiana has a few upcoming performances for you to add to a weekend getaway…

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19 of the BEST Things to Do in Fort Wayne, Indiana in 2019

2019 is here, and what better way to help kick off a brand new year than with some refreshing ideas of things to do in Fort Wayne, Indiana? Whether your New Years resolution includes taking the time to explore new (and old) placesin your hometown, or you are a visitor checking out all that our city has to offer, there is much to see and do…

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Broadway, Orchestra, Ballet, Oh My! An Arts Season Preview

It’s sometimes hard to get motivated to leave the house when the mercury drops, but the arts--theater, concerts, you name it--provide the perfect impetus to make a visit to Fort Wayne, Indiana. You get to dress up, enjoy a nice dinner and maybe a cocktail or two and then sit in a comfortable seat in a warm room while music, dancing, acting, or all three blow you away…

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Broadway at the Embassy Theatre - Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is a great destination to enjoy Broadway shows. As a major city in Indiana, it attracts quite a few touring Broadway productions. These productions take place in the sumptuous Embassy Theatre, a historic gilded venue situated right downtown…

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The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow, When Annie - The Musical Takes the Embassy Stage

It seems that so many of my favorite movies and musicals just so happen to be from the 70s and 80s. Blame it on my love of anything nostalgic, or the fact that the 70s and 80s were when my mom was growing up and never hesitated to show me her favorite flicks as I grew up myself. One of my favorites is Annie, the story of the little red-headed orphan who made everyone fall in love with her. You can fall in love with her too when Annie - The Musical comes to the Embassy Theatre on Friday, April 8…

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