Meyer Theatre
	Meyer Theatre

117 S. Washington Street
Green Bay, WI  54301 Phone: 920-433-3343

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Meyer Theatre

The beautifully restored Meyer Theatre, once a FOX Theatre, originally opened its doors on Valentine’s Day, 1930. Once a movie palace and vaudeville house for many years, it was converted to a tri-plex movie theatre and called the Bay 3. In 2002 the theatre was renovated back to its original glory and today it features rock and pop concerts, comedy shows, symphony concerts, plays and so much more. Along with national name acts the Meyer hosts hometown talent such as Let Me Be Frank Productions, Allouez Village Band, and Civic Symphony, to name a few.

Located in downtown Green Bay as you head east crossing the Walnut Street Bridge over the Fox River, the Meyer Theatre is a key attraction among some of the city’s finest restaurants and the KI Convention Center. Enjoy a pre-show dinner at one of the numerous fine restaurants within walking distance of the Meyer. Top the night off with a cocktail or dessert and coffee at a trendy establishments near the Meyer.

Unforgettable events, extraordinary occasions, unique social experiences….it all awaits you in Backstage, the beautifully renovated space attached to the historic Meyer Theatre. Whether you’re planning a corporate get-together, family event or the most important day of your life, this trendy, impressive space can accommodate your every need. The repurposed brick and chic décor showcase its signature style and urban vibe. The room is quaint, yet warm and welcoming. With a personal event planner and gourmet chef who can customize any menu, a full kitchen, built in bar, small stage, TV mirror, and state of the art AV equipment, your every wish for that perfect event can be realized.


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