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  W.D. Packard Music Hall  

 GETTING TO THE PACKARD MUSIC HALL 

 

 ADDRESS: 

1703 Mahoning Ave NW Warren, Ohio 44483

 

 DIRECTIONS: 

From the North:

Take OH-82 to the Mahoning Avenue exit.

Head south on Mahoning Avenue

The Packard Music Hall will be on your right in approximately 1.75 miles

 

 PARKING: 

The main parking lot is conveniently located right next to the Packard Music Hall. On-site parking fees may be implemented on an event-to-event basis.

There are a limited number of designated spaces to accommodate vehicles with the appropriate handicap access symbol. These spaces are marked with the international handicap access symbol, per Ohio code. They are available on a first come, first served basis. The main entrance of the Packard Music Hall is handicapped accessible.

 About the Packard Music Hall 

 

Welcome to the official website of the Packard Music Hall. We are proud to be the center of cultural and entertainment programs in the Warren area. Warren, Ohio is centrally located between Cleveland and Pittsburgh, making W.D. Packard Music Hall an attractive location for enroute productions to perform.

The Packard Music Hall hosts a wide variety of events each year including Broadway touring productions, concerts, ballets, children’s programs, theatre, corporate meetings, high school graduations, dance recitals, pro-wrestling events, gala balls and many other programs. The Packard Musical Hall also hosts free monthly Packard Band Concerts. Packard Music Hall has a seating capacity of nearly 2,500 and averages over 100,000 guests each year.

Packard Music Hall was envisioned by William Doud Packard, a prominent industrialist, found a way to mesh pride in his hometown and a love of military marches into a lasting contribution for future generations. W.D. Packard penned provisions in his 1920 will to ensure music would continue to command attention in Warren, Ohio. Concurrent with the opening of the music hall in 1955, Packard’s dream of a concert band was being realized with the organization and premier concerts of the W. D. Concert Band.