Weinberg Sign (copy)

The Weinberg Center for the Arts is one of the most popular venues to catch a show in Frederick. 

The Weinberg Center for the Arts is a theater built in 1926 in the heart of downtown Frederick. Once the second largest structure built in Frederick, it had a 16-foot movie screen and could also accommodate live performances, an orchestra pit, 50 sets of pulleys for scenery and a full set of dressing rooms.

Today it is owned and operated by the City of Frederick and has brought many famous names such as George Carlin, Judy Collins, Tammy Wynette and the Temptations to its stage over the years.

Throughout the summer, bring the family out to watch 1990s family classics like Jurassic Park on July 31. Around the holidays, come out to enjoy the Russian Ballet Theater’s production of Swan Lake on Nov. 8.

Tickets can be purchased through Weinbergcenter.org.

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Saw the Wailers there last week, good show, and am going to a children's program sometime in April I think. If they book interesting things people will come. If not, not.

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