Blue Gate Announces New Performing Arts Center

We are excited to announce the construction of a new Performing Arts Center by the Blue Gate Hospitality Group. This is going to allow a whole new level of entertainment to perform in Shipshewana. The acts you’ll have a chance to see in your favorite destination will amaze you!

The Performing Arts Center will be located at the Shipshewana Event Center where the Blue Gate currently holds its Signature Concerts. Construction will take place on the north side of the building using existing space and expanding farther. With more seating and a sloping floor, you’ll have a great view no matter where you sit.

To learn more about the new Blue Gate Performing Arts Center and to see more renderings, click here.

Groundbreaking Ceremony

The ground has been broken at the new Performing Arts Center. A ceremony was held July 3, 2019 signifying the start to this major project. More updates to come!

In the meantime, check out their full list of performers here for the 2019 season.

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