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    Halls & Auditoriums in Harrisonburg

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    Business Listing   Blue Ridge Theatre Festival - Harrisonburg, VA - Phone: (540) 564-1998

    Business Listing   Court Square Theater - Harrisonburg, VA - Phone: (540) 564-1692

    Business Listing   Court Square Theatre Box Office - Harrisonburg, VA - Phone: (540) 433-9189

    Business Listing   Harrisonburg-Rockingham Convention & Visitors Buru - Harrisonburg, VA - Phone: (540) 434-2319

    Business Listing   Massanetta Springs Conference Center - Harrisonburg, VA - Phone: (540) 434-3829

    Business Listing   Regal Cinemas 14 - Harrisonburg, VA - Phone: (540) 434-7733

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    Helpful Definition for: Halls & Auditoriums

    Halls are generally large spaces enclosed by a roof and walls. These may also denote buildings having a principal room, which is rented out for meetings and social affairs. Two basic types of Halls are found in Harrisonburg - privately or government-owned, such as function halls and community halls.

    Auditoriums, in Harrisonburg, are the rooms built to enable an audience to hear and watch performances at venues such as theatres. The seating areas in such auditoriums can include: Stalls or arena, Balconies or galleries & Boxes.

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