The Agora Theatre and Ballroom has as much history as the years it's been open. It first started in 1966, opened by then owner Henry LoConti Sr., and was one of the first venues where entertainment for young people was encouraged and conducted. The theater has a ballroom and bar that can accommodate around 500 people, and a theater that can seat just under 2,000 people. The venue is also home to the Halloween party thrown by a local band called Mushroomhead. The venue is known for the live concerts and bands that it stages, so to know about the schedules, concerts and tickets, check the website.
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