Facilities and Venues

Stunning spaces for learning and performance.

Snowy Owl Theater

Capacity: 240
A favorite with performers and community groups alike, the Snowy Owl Theater plays host to concerts, films, plays, lectures, dance and special events. Artful construction combines with state-of-the-art technology to create performance experiences that are both intimate and powerful.

  • Lobby bar
  • Retractable seating for open floor shows
  • Green room with shower
  • Dressing rooms
  • Load-in
  • Sound, light and video boards
  • Projection system
  • Steinway Grand Piano
  • Lectern

“The ideal venue. … A space where both acoustic and amplified instruments are perfectly balanced. Not only is it a great-sounding room, but the crew and staff were extremely helpful and efficient.”
– Jovino Santos Neto, jazz pianist, flutist, composer

“Nature looks down upon and into the space with approval and with a kindred spirit.”
-Craig Root

Canyon Wren Recital Hall

Capacity: 100
An acoustic marvel, Canyon Wren Recital Hall showcases music, art and nature like no other hall in the world – a glorious backdrop for performance, an inspired space for learning.

  • Moveable stage
  • Grand piano
  • Green room/practice room
  • Audio recording

 

Meadow Stage

Capacity: 700
Ideal for concerts, plays and festivals, the Meadow Stage puts artists and audiences in direct contact with the beauty that surrounds Icicle Creek Center for the Arts.

  • Powered stage
  • Green room/practice room
  • Easy parking access

Icicle Creek Cabins

Capacity: 38
Eight charming cabins, cozily appointed. When not in use for camps, conferences, retreats, these are available for artist residencies and individual or family use. To inquire about rates or reservations, contact officemanager@icicle.org or call (509) 548-6347, x.41.

  • Air-conditioned
  • Electric heat
  • Wi-fi
  • Two kitchenettes available
  • Three bunkbed cabins that sleep six
  • Private bath and shower
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Pet-friendly

Practice Huts

Tucked into the forest around Icicle Creek, these provide quiet practice spaces perfect for musicians, writers and artists across all disciplines. Two ensemble huts feature pianos and provide additional space suitable for small groups.

  • Free to members of Icicle Creek Center for the Arts
  • $25/hour for non-members
  • Reservations can be made by contacting alex@icicle.org or call (509) 548-6347, x47.

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