In the mood for some dancing? Want to kick back with your buds and a beer? You can do it at Touch of Texas! Our dance club and bar is the perfect place to unwind and have a great time. We hold concerts, line dancing classes and more in our huge event space.

Put on your scootin’ boots and come check out our 2,400-square foot floating oak dance floor. Grab a pint from our jaw-dropping 71-foot bar. If you’re in the mood for some delicious Southern cooking, pull up a chair and order some delicious homemade fare. The possibilities are endless when you visit Touch of Texas!


The Tri-Cities Opera has been a cultural staple in Greater Binghamton for more than seven decades. The TCO brings world-class performances to the region each year, offering a unique entertainment experience.

Renowned for exceptional sets and costume designs, the Tri-Cities Opera stands in a class by itself. The venue produces four full-scale operas each season in the fall, winter and spring.


TCO2The Tri-Cities Opera has been a cultural staple in Greater Binghamton for more than seven decades. The TCO brings world-class performances to the region each year, offering a unique entertainment experience.

Renowned for exceptional sets and costume designs, the Tri-Cities Opera stands in a class by itself. The venue produces four full-scale operas each season in the fall, winter and spring.


In 2010, the stage in Endicott’s George W. Johnson Park was dedicated. The stage has become a center for local entertainment with performances and events associated with groups including the Endicott Performing Arts Center, the Tri-Cities Youth Singers, GUSTO-A Taste of Italy, and numerous musical bands.



Intimate theater setting within historic cider mill.


Students obtain a strong foundation in training for the theatre arts in acting, directing, stage managing, scene and costume design.  Students gain valuable experience while participating in productions in the “Little Theater.”


An intimate 76 seat theatre, KNOW Theatre focuses on producing dramatically powerful works.


The Mission of Goodwill Theatre Inc. (GWT) is to create and operate a dynamic regional performing arts and conference center with a professional training academy that will enrich the lives of our residents and visitors through education, events and performances.

GWT opened its first performance venue, The Schorr Family Firehouse Stage at 48 Willow Street in Johnson City, NY 13790, in October of 2007. Currently, we offer over 65 performances each season at the Schorr Family Firehouse Stage. Visitors enjoy comedy, classical, cabaret, kids shows and more.


Home to the FPHL Binghamton Black Bears.  The “Arena” also hosts concerts, family shows, ice shows, trade shows, and other sporting events.


EPAC is a performing arts venue, which owns and operates the historic Robert Eckert Theater.  EPAC presents high quality performing arts events and provides education in all aspects of the arts.


Visit this distinctive, single screen theatre for an experience you will not forget. Also hosts a full performing arts stage, and a vintage popcorn machine will full concesion stand. Also hosts events such as parties, senior citizen private viewings, group showings, meetings, community events and fund raisers.


Over 100 concerts are performed within the academic year, most are free and open to the public.  Concerts include guest, faculty, solo, chamber music, ensembles and weekly Mid-Day concerts.


Bringing the best of Broadway to Broome County.  They bring national touring Broadway shows to the community.


Built in 1919 with a seating capacity of 1,527, the Forum is home to the Broadway Theatre League, Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra, and Tri-Cities Opera.  The Forum also hosts concerts, family shows, comedians, and local dance groups.


4 main stage productions a year, visit our website to view current season information.


The Binghamton Philharmonic is Broome County’s only professional symphony orchestra, dedicated to building community through the power of live music by providing our region with performances of live music by artists of incomparable talent and making great music accessible to all through innovative, engaging and affordable programming within and beyond the concert hall.


Since opening its doors in 1985, the Anderson Center has built a reputation as the premier performing arts venue in the region, hosting upwards of 175 performances and 100,000 guests annually. Programming ranges from world-renowned symphonies to student soloists, pop and rock concerts to dance troupes, opera to ballet, international theater to undergraduate showcases, and just about everything in between. The crown jewel of the Anderson Center is the 1,170-seat Osterhout Concert Theater, which uses retractable walls and sliding windows to morph into an amphitheater during summer months, allowing an additional 1,500 guests to enjoy performances from outside under the stars. Additional facilities include the more intimate Watters Theater – which seats 558 – and the Chamber Hall – which seats 408. In addition to welcoming world-class touring productions throughout the year, the Anderson Center serves as the main performance venue for the Binghamton University Music and Theatre departments.