Home to Elvis' first indoor concert in 1956, which a local judge endured to ensure Presley was not overly suggestive, this opulent 1927 venue is an intimate place to catch big-name musicians, musicals and movies.
Home to the Daytona Beach Film Festival, Daytona's only art-house cinema screens independent and foreign films and serves booze and snacks to your table/highboy/sofa in its intimate screening room.
There's never a cover and almost always some music happening at The Bull, and if music isn't going down, there's art on the walls, craft beer on tap, strong coffee brewing and a mellow atmosphere that attracts a lot…
Dating back to 1922, this historic theater, designed in a gorgeous Italian Renaissance style, is a good spot for live music and drama performances courtesy of an in-house theater company.
Constructed in 1937 from coquina shell, this landmark venue with a killer beachfront location stages a free summer concert series and summer outdoor movies. Worth a look.
In the evening as it closes it at 9pm, the tables of this slick beach cafe get shoved aside and the place transmogrifies into a theater for indie rock acts and the like.
In an imposing historic edifice (1911), the Hippodrome is the city's main cultural center, with a diverse theater and independent-cinema program.
A landmark 1938 art-deco movie theater where you can order beer, wine, pizza and sandwiches while watching a flick.
The crowd's a little older than in the clubs along University, so they appreciate that elegant stained-glass partition and the 3ft-tall gorilla at the entrance. Monday night jam sessions really pack 'em in.