The event venue.  It was built in 1894 by the Massey family, as in the tractor people.  I know, eh!

Probably the best part are the seats:

You’re able to actually sprawl out while enjoying a show, and it kinda scares you when it first happens because you aren’t expecting a theatre seat to tilt.  

If ever you go aim to get Row I, Seat 26, regarded as the best seat in the house.  It’s at the edge of the incline so your view in front is unobstructed, and far enough back so you can soak up the whole stage without moving your neck.