goingon
Blue Gate Opens Theater
Wednesday, March 11, 2020

The Blue Gate in Shipshewana has opened a new 15-hundred seat theater.

The $4 million dollar venue includes more seating with better sight lines, a larger stage that can accommodate more elaborate productions.
That will enable the theater to host Martina McBride, Travis Tritt and
Celtic Woman among other shows this year.

Other acts scheduled this year include Jeff Foxworthy, Gary Allan, Josh
Turner, and Newsboys United. More than 80 concerts and shows are scheduled so far.

The schedule can be viewed online at The-Blue-Gate-dot-com. An open house for the public will be March 24th from 4 to 7 p-m.

MORE HEADLINES

(06-03-2020) • Lawsuit Against Allen County Sheriff To Be Moved To Federal Court

(06-03-2020) • Steuben County Plans to Close an Area Route Starting Monday

(06-03-2020) • High Speed Chase Ends in Arrest of Northwest Ohio Man

(06-03-2020) • Williams County Has New COVID-19 Case

(06-03-2020) • Shelton Already Running On Platform of Economic Development of Top Priority Within Steuben County

(06-03-2020) • Shelton Humbled By Nomination For County Middle District Commissioner Seat

(06-03-2020) • Angola High School Senior Prom Details Announced

(06-03-2020) • DeKalb County Primary Election Results Released

(06-03-2020) • Tuesday Afternoon Crash In DeKalb County

(06-03-2020) • Tuesday Morning Crash In DeKalb County Sends One To Hospital

(06-03-2020) • Glick Defeats Wible For State Senate Nomination

(06-03-2020) • New Indiana Small Business State Grant Program Starts Today

(06-03-2020) • 2020 Indiana Primary Election Results - Noble County

(06-03-2020) • 2020 Indiana Primary Election Results - LaGrange County

(06-03-2020) • 2020 Indiana Primary Election Results - DeKalb County

(06-03-2020) • 2020 Indiana Primary Election Results - NATIONAL & STATE RACES

(06-02-2020) • Primary Election Results for Steuben County; Shelton Defeats Crowl

(06-02-2020) • Bryan Officials Hold Action on Designated Outdoor Refreshment Area

(06-02-2020) • Statewide IUPUI, ISDH COVID-19 Study To Start 2nd Phase of Testing

(06-02-2020) • Indiana National Guard Remains On Duty And Ready If Need Be

>> News Archive