Kansas City’s Art Deco Municipal Auditorium complex includes four unique and versatile special event and banquet venues. The Arena seats 10,700; the Exhibition Hall includes 46,000 square feet on two levels for exhibitors, catered functions or special events, the Music Hall, one of the nation’s finest theaters, seats 2,363; and the Little Theatre is perfect for more intimate events. Municipal Auditorium connects directly to Level 2 of the Conference Center, to the underground parking garage and downtown hotel walkway system. The ramps and elevators facilitate the movement of freight throughout the building.
The Kansas City Music Hall is a large proscenium theatre with a striking streamline modern interior that seats an audience of 2,363 patrons. The hall presents touring Broadway shows, as well as visiting symphony orchestras, opera and ballet companies, and other events. It was the main hall of the Kansas City Philharmonic for several decades. It’s also the home of the 1927 Robert-Morton Theatre Pipe Organ that originally was in the Midland Theatre. The organ is owned and maintained by Kansas City Theatre Pipe Organ, Inc.
Opened in 1936, this unique Art Deco theater is the perfect facility for special convention presentations, general sessions or featured entertainment.
- Opened in 1936, this unique Art Deco theater is the perfect facility for special convention presentations, general sessions or featured entertainment.
- A totally self-contained venue, the Music Hall has its own lightened marquee, box office, main entrance, coat check, restrooms and concessions.
- Total seating capacity is 2,363; with Orchestra seating for 1,185; Loge and Box seating for 260; and Balcony seating for 918.
- Features a spectacular 3,600-square-foot foyer and grand staircase.
- The Music Hall’s Art Deco lighting fixtures are the inspiration for the Sky Stations atop Bartle Hall’s four pylons.