Many returning and new audiences have enjoyed Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theater, featuring stars like Bill Medley with Paul Revere and The Raiders and more performing 50s medleys.
Go back in time when you visit '57 Haven, a large collection of 1957 automobiles. At Dick Clark's American Bandstand and '57 Haven, you can see what it feels like to be a person living in the 1950s. The theater is stadium-style seating, with floor level seating and mezzanine seating. For a more personalized show, the theater has less than one thousand seats. Before the show, projection screens show videos of the theater's history, as well as photographs from the stars' private collections.
Photography: Cameras are not allowed in the theater.
Concessions & Dining: Purchases may be made at the theater concession stand. There is also a restaurant, Dick Clark's AB Grill, located in the theater area, as well as a bar, Club '57, located above the restaurant.
Handicap Accessibility: The theater is wheelchair accessible.