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The King Center is a $12.3 million, 6-story, 100,000-square-foot facility dedicated to educational, cultural and community events. The King Center features an acoustically live, 2,016-seat main theatre; an intimate 288-seat Studio Theatre; a Crown Club VIP room where Crown Club members enjoy special benefits; a Harris Corporation-sponsored art gallery featuring monthly exhibits located in the King Center lobby; and a spacious rotunda available for receptions, corporate functions and other special events.
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Part of the Brevard Community College Complex.
Excellent Venue for major acts either starting out or starting over.
Not a bad seat in the house really and for the first time you actually get to see the faces of those performing unlike seeing an act at MSG.
More of a Jones Beach Theater feeling really. 2015-06-29 13:46:57
I would love to see George Jones in Melbourne,valsands. 2015-06-29 13:46:53
I love the King Center because there isn't a bad seat in the house. However, I have watched a few shows pass by because the parking is horrible. Not every handicapped person uses a wheelchair. I can walk but not far, and with a cane, which makes walking up the incline to the entrance difficult. Also, it cannot be assumed that all guests who require a handicapped spot will be accompanied by someone able-bodied enough to drop them off and go "find" a spot. What, then, would be the purpose for the special permit? Perhaps the reserved and/or handicapped parking could be re-positioned to the other side of the theater, which is more at the same level. I, truthfully, don't know what the solution is but I know I cannot patronize the theater the way it is. 2015-06-29 13:46:51
The King Center is a pretty swank venue an would be ideal for a New year's Eve Dj event. I would be psyched to see a major international talent play a NYE set here. That would be a tremendous accomplishment. I wonder why no one's thought of it yet? 2015-06-29 13:46:51