The Innovation Theatre
Theatre features include:
- Seats 97 plus 2 accessible
- 4K laser light projector and a 20-foot screen
- 5.1 Dolby digital surround sound system
- Video inputs including HDMI, VGA, Cable TV and Blu-ray DVD
- 4K 75″ TV in the lobby
- 16 different lighting presets
- Full room blackout capability
- 4 microphone channels with options for handhelds or clip-ons
- Lobby speakers for announcements or music
An event space like no other, the Atrium of Kelowna’s Innovation Centre inspires the mind with the grand architecture of its central staircase, the beauty of its living wall, and the inventive creativity of features like the iMirror. Its open, airy space is filled with natural light by day and lit by stunning projections at night.
Atrium rentals include access to the theatre with all of its technology. The space adjoins Blenz and Gather Restaurant, making catering a snap.
Enquire with us today about booking the Atrium for your event!
Our rooftop plays host to a variety of events and the backdrop for each is this breathtaking view.
With trendy patio furniture, lightning-fast wifi, a stage and wet bar, the Innovation Centre’s rooftop is a stunning venue during warmer seasons. Use the form above to enquire about booking the rooftop for your next gathering!
Below are options for meeting rooms both in and around the Innovation Centre:
Spaces can be found on the first, fourth and fifth floors of the Innovation Centre. They have meeting rooms for up to 12 people as well as private offices available for rent by the hour. Create an account at myspacesworks.com or download their app to book with Spaces!
We will continue to update this page as more bookable meeting rooms become available. If you are looking for the Innovation Theatre (97 seats), Atrium, or Rooftop patio, you can request to book online.
We are so fortunate to be physically connected to the downtown branch of the ORL. They have a huge variety of meeting rooms available, and event spaces that accommodate up to 120 people! You can find information about the Kelowna library’s meeting rooms here.