The Outdoor Pavilion at Roanoke Island Festival Park is unmatched in its scenic beauty, modern technology and exciting entertainment. Roanoke Sound’s water surrounds the 3,800 square foot stage and provides a consistently charming backdrop for performances. The stage provides an excellent canvas for actors, musicians, singers, and other performers to showcase their art.
The stage, made from hardy Brazilian walnut will outlast the trials of Outer Banks weather and cedar shakes cover the sides and roof. Two giant sliding glass windows upstage provide protection from the wind for performers while the audience continues to enjoy the gorgeous view. There are two larger dressing rooms (with ample make-up lights) and two smaller ones, all with bathroom and shower. There is also a small office. The loading dock has been designed for easy off-loads.
All of these qualities combine to promise a delightful experience for both audience members and performers. The Pavilion at Roanoke Island Festival Park is a venue unmatched in its peaceful beauty, technological quality, and show-stopping entertainment.
Funding from rental facilities at Roanoke Island Festival Park is used to support educational programming at the attraction which celebrates England’s first attempts to colonize the New World in the 1580’s.