Tagged: nightlife

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

by Judy Shutts The Pinnacle Bank Arena is the focal point of the West Haymarket area of downtown Lincoln. The arena is the go-to place for concerts, Nebraska basketball and a variety of events that cater to young and old...

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A Spectacular Season

by Carrie Christiansen Tony Bennett, Merle Haggard, A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, and Russian National Orchestra Highlight Lied Season Nebraska’s Home for the Arts, the Lied Center for Performing Arts, kicks off another stellar season featuring world-class performances...

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Star City Attractions

Whether you are a visitor or a resident, Lincoln offers some unique attractions that educate, entertain—and inspire some unexpected oohs and ahs. University of Nebraska State Museum at Morrill Hall One of the region’s top natural history museums, the University...

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Pinnacle Bank Arena

Ever since the vote for the arena, Lincoln has taken a step forward.                                                   —Tom Lorenz by Judy Shutts The Pinnacle Bank Arena is the hub of activity in the West Haymarket in downtown Lincoln. The arena hosted 16 major...

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Lied Center Celebrates 25th Anniversary

WITH A SEASON OF  Marquee Artists by Carrie Christensen World-Class Line-Up Includes Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Yo-Yo Ma Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Joshua Bell and Broadway’s Anything Goes The Lied Center for Performing Arts celebrates its 25th anniversary season with...

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Nightlife in Lincoln

By Luke Tidball Vega • 350 Canopy Street Ste 220 Mon-Sun 11am-2am Vega is a hip new venue in the Haymarket started by four Lincolnites. They emphasize their love for live music and get some amazing artists to perform at...

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The Deets on Lincoln Eats

by Tyler Thomas, Co-Founder/Managing Editor of NebraskaFoodie.com Small plates stacked high and carafes of house made sangria are topped off from the tap at the bar. Sitting in the corner, nibbling on spicy green beans we watch the open prep...

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Hospitality: Lincoln’s Hotels

Lincoln offers big-city hotels that greet visitors with the friendly service of a small town. If you want a “home away from home” in Lincoln for a convention, a family vacation or a romantic getaway, Lincoln hotels can fulfill your...

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The Railyard

by Stefanie Harold Warner   The Railyard is a year-round entertainment venue for Lincoln residents and visitors. Nebraska’s first entertainment district offers restaurants, bars, live music, and a mega screen called the Cube. Live music events feature local bands, DJs,...