|Robinson Center reopens in fall of 2016.|
The Robinson Center Music Hall is interconnected to Doubletree Little Rock Arkansas Downtown Hotel.
The Landmark Next Door
As a valued historical landmark in downtown Little Rock, Robinson Center Music Hall features classic architecture in an updated facility making it the premiere venue for Little Rock performing arts and distinguished events. Throughout the years, the Robinson Center Music Hall has been the stage of Broadway shows and popular musical entertainers including Louis Armstrong, Katharine Hepburn, Ella Fitzgerald, Bob Hope and Elvis Presley. The hall is also currently home to the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.
Undergoing a major renovation in 2016, the Robinson Center updates reflect the modern needs and amenities of performing arts and event centers while retaining historical charm. Reopening in November 2016, the center will be a LEED Certified structure. The enhancements added highlight the location on the Arkansas River offering expansive views from the ballroom and common areas.
Phantom of the Opera - Broadway's biggest blockbuster of all time, and now it's scheduled for the Robinson Center's 2016-2017 season.
Little Rock EventsLocated at the end of the Statehouse Plaza, Robinson Center Music Hall is comprised of Barry L. Travis Exhibition Hall, a perfect meeting space for Arkansas business and social events. Robinson Center Music Hall’s Barry L. Travis Exhibition Hall is the popular event space for tradeshows, conventions, employee training sessions, wedding receptions, banquets and awards ceremonies. Events are catered by the DoubleTree by Hilton Food & Beverage Services and spaces for events are shared through the interconnected architecture. View floor plans and learn more about hosting events at the Robinson Center and DoubleTree Hotel Little Rock, by visiting our meetings and events page.
Visit the official website for Robinson Center Music Hall for more information about the attraction and for contact and parking information.