Have Your Winston-Salem Celebration at Millennium Event Center

Make your Winston-Salem wedding, special occasion or corporate event one to remember in an elegant environment with full-service catering and all the finishing touches.

One of the South’s Top Wedding Venues
Named a top wedding venue by Southern Living and a consistent “Couples Choice,” Millennium Center offers beautiful spaces, 5-star catering, and a professional staff always willing to please. We can take care of all your wedding ceremony and reception needs.

All Inclusive and All the Details

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One-Stop Planning

With our one-stop planning approach, you’ll save time and money. Here you’ll find full-service catering along with a wide assortment of rental and decor items. Our transparent pricing outlines everything provided for your event. And our team will make sure all the details are to your satisfaction.

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Let’s Talk About Your Party

The Millennium Center’s all-inclusive rental fee offers convenient “one-stop shopping”. And we can even design your floral arrangements and provide decor upgrades.

  • Grand Lobby, Art Gallery, and Maya Bar for pre-reception cocktail hour
  • Use of Grand Piano tuned and ready for your pianist
  • Millennium Ballroom for Dinner Reception and Party
  • Use of stage, lights, and pro sound system suitable for your DJ or band
  • Tall tables, guest tables, linens, and barstools for cocktail hour
  • Reception set up in fine dining style or your custom style
  • Gold Chameleons or Mahogany Chiavari chairs with black or ivory cushions
  • Assorted round and rectangular tables that seat from 6-10 guests
  • Classic or Trendy floor length linens in many colors and textures at no additional
  • Beautiful bone china with platinum trim including base plates. Gold or silver chargers
  • Quality 18/10 silverware, serving pieces and number stanchions
  • Riedel Crystal including water, wine, champagne, and cocktail glasses
  • Quality food prepared by professional chefs artfully presented
  • Experienced wait staff in appropriate attire
  • Bar service as requested with experienced bartenders
  • LED lighting on Lobby ceiling, on columns and back of stage
  • Crystal Chandeliers and crystal beads
  • White or black fabric surrounds to right size room for your event
  • We will cut and serve your cake
  • Complimentary tasting for four people at your convenience

“We planned a larger wedding in three months with absolute ease. Millennium is one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever seen and makes the perfect backdrop.” – Anna M.

Explore the many spaces

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A space for every occasion

Located in the heart of downtown Winston-Salem, Millennium Center makes its home in a historic Federal building. Here you’ll find just the right space on one of our three luxurious levels. The highlight is the Millennium Ballroom and its adjacent Grand Lobby on the main level.

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“This is one of the best event spaces around! The decor was beautiful, the food wonderful, the staff helpful and cheerful.” – Monique M.

Elegant Catering for Any Occasion

The Freshest Ingredients Artfully Prepared

Our culinary team is renowned for providing amazing cuisine. And our professional banquet staff is ready to give your guests the royal treatment. Whether it’s a wedding feast, corporate luncheon or holiday party, we’ll work with you to create a menu that reflects your tastes and works with your budget.

Make your event one to remember at The Millennium Center. Contact us for a tour and let’s discuss the possibilities.

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The possibilities at The Millennium Center are endless.
Whatever your dream, let’s have fun with it.

Movies, music, and more …

Our historic event venue has served as location for many films, including Leatherheads with George Clooney and Renee Zellweger. And our stage has seen the likes of Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, John Mayer, Oprah Winfrey, Maya Angelo, Jack Nicholson and many more.

Millennium Center Winston-Salem FAQs

Here’s some helpful info to make your Winston-Salem wedding great for your guests. We can also help you find the best downtown hotels, as well as other restaurants and attractions with our Ultimate Insider’s Guide.

Mission Pizza: Book a Chef’s Table, yes you heard right, and enjoy a uniquely curated menu and wine tastings, or try the Prix Fixe Menu with 5 courses, including incredible pizza.

Heff’s Burger Club: Locals Heather and Justin Webster take great pride in their made-from-scratch menu driven by local ingredients. The place for a delicious burger. And try the decadent Cherry Pepper Cheese Fries.

Young Cardinal Cafe and Co.: Here’s your downtown stop for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Nice selection of cocktails and boozy coffee drinks.

Break Time Billiards & Sports Bar: Listen to live music while you shoot pool or play darts. 12 9-ft. billiard tables and the only Snooker table in Carolina.

Fair Witness Fancy Drinks: Enjoy a signature drink at this friendly neighborhood cocktail bar across from downtown Bailey Park.

Mayfair Club: Take in the city skyline at Winston-Salem’s newest rooftop bar. Book a VIP Cabana experience for your favorite out-of-town wedding guests.

Design Archives: Formerly a car showroom and music shop, this Art Deco building is home to over 150 vendors, artists, and artisans.

Salem Creek: There is something for every season, reason, and celebration. A unique selection of gifts, home decor, collectibles, gourmet food, fine accessories, and clothing.

The Boho Depot: Just saying the name of this shop makes folks smile. Take home a new crystal for your collection or a Tibetian prayer flag wrapped around sticks of incense.

Reynolda: Home to RJ Reynolds, this estate consists of a museum/historic house, elegant gardens/grounds, and a historic village with modern merchants.

Old Salem Museums and Gardens: Historic Winston-Salem is alive with the stories of the Moravian, Black, and Indigenous peoples of the American South. Old Salem is a haven of historical attractions and museums, including the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Art.

Horne Creek Farm: Located less than a half hour from Winston-Salem, visitors experience farm life circa 1900. Explore the original farmhouse, tobacco curing barn, corn crib, and heritage apple orchard. Living history programs throughout the year.

Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: An affiliate of the North Carolina Museum of Art, SECCA showcases regional working artists. Located on the James G. Hanes estate, the museum explores contemporary art and culture in both large-scale indoor and outdoor settings.

Milton Rose Center for the Arts: This complex of downtown arts and culture facilities makes up the Arts Campus with several venues for performances and exhibitions.

Paul J. Ciener Botanical Garden: Take in a modern public garden in nearby Kernersville. Actually, there are almost a dozen different types of gardens in this peaceful space.

Piedmont Craftsmen Fair: Held at the Benton Convention Center every November, this 2-day event draws over 100 fine artisans from all over the United States.

RiverRun International Film Festival: RiverRun has screenings throughout the year, but the big festival is held every April. RiverRun is an Academy Award Qualifying Festival for documentary and animated short films.

North Carolina Festival of Wines at Tanglewood Park: A favorite park for locals and visitors alike, Tanglewood plays host to a Memorial Day Weekend festival featuring more than 100 NC wines. Also on hand are local chefs, vendors, artists, and live music.