Burlington Municipal Band
Performances in Crapo Park Bandshell
The band performs each Sunday evening at 7:30 PM starting June through August. Contact Mark Eveleth, 319-753-6900, www.muniband.org
Burlington Civic Music Association
Performing Arts Series at Memorial Auditorium, 200 Front Street
Tickets required for admission. Contact 319-752-0336, www.burlcivicmusic.com
The Capitol Theater is an Art Deco jewel that hosts a variety of films, live performances, and special events.
Tickets are required for admission on most events.
319-237-1099 or www.burlingtoncapitoltheater.com
Community Theater, P.O. Box 793, 1431 Grove Street
Contact Little Theater box office
319-753-6623 or Martha Wilson 319-753-0481
Southeast IA Symphony Orchestra
Burlington performances area held at Memorial Auditorium, 200 Front St.
Office: 601 North Main Street, Iowa Wesleyan
College, Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
319-385-6352, or Karen Hassel 319-752-8772
Bel Canto Chorale
This community chorale organization holds periodic concerts throughout the year. Contact Roger Hatteberg 319-752-8772
Art Guild of Burlington
301 Jefferson St, Burlington 319-754-8069, www.artguildofburlington.org
For more than four decades, the Art Guild of Burlington has offered arts programming and classes in a casual, vibrant setting. Having relocated to a newly renovated building at the downtown corner of Third and Jefferson Street, the Art Guild continues to focus on the work of talented local and regional artists and craftspeople in its exhibition gallery and sales shop, as well as offering art classes for children and adults and other occasional programs. Phone or visit the Art Guild's website for information on exhibitions and gallery hours.
World’s Largest Human Spine
Rexroth Chiropractic Center, 2411 W Mount Pleasant Street, West Burlington
Don’t miss a visit to this giant human spine. Carved out of a tree by sculptor and art teacher, Chris Mulder, the spine stands 15 feet tall behind the Rexroth Chiropractic office and is the largest carved and painted human spine in the world. The spine is anatomically correct and, if real, would belong to a person standing 35 feet tall.