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Concerts, plays, sculptures, cycling, parks, and hunting: Sioux Falls offers something for everyone.

Sioux Falls has a number of venues that host a variety of cultural activities. The new Levitt at the Falls will hold 50 free concerts each summer, the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center hosts family shows and concerts in the region, including acts like Elton John, Cher, Jason Aldean, and Garth Brooks. The Orpheum Theater is a historic gem located in the heart of DTSF, it hosts plays, concerts, and dance performances. The Washington Pavilion of Arts and Sciences features a state-of-the-art performance hall, multi-use “black box” theater, an OMNI theater, visual arts galleries and a Science Discovery Center. The Sculpture Walk is one of Sioux Falls most unique cultural amenities. One of the largest year-round outdoor sculpture displays in the nation, this exciting exhibit features 57 new outdoor sculptures from artists around the world each year.

When most people think of food from this part of the country, they think cheese, butter, and corn. In Sioux Falls, the case couldn’t be more different. You can try pistachio, coffee, and chocolate mint macarons at the French bakery CH Patisserie and tuna tataki at Sushi Masa Japanese Restaurant, both on bustling Phillips Avenue; brie and prosciutto at M.B. Haskett Delicatessen, owned by a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York. The folks that call Sioux Falls home clearly take their food seriously.


Sioux Falls?

The secret is out. Sioux Falls is a better place to live. Our young, educated, well-trained workforce is expanding to meet the needs of both new and existing businesses and is creating a larger market for consumer goods and services. We are one of the fastest-growing areas in the nation, with a rate of population growth nearly four times the national average.

Sioux Falls ranked 4th for ease of doing business in North America.

Ranked No. 1 for the third year in a row for Best Cities for Young Professionals

South Dakota moves up a notch on list of Best States for Business

In the Top Ten Best Cities for Entrepreneurs in 2019

Ranked No. 7 in the Top 100 Best Places to Live

Ranked in the Top 10 Cities with Little to No Traffic

Ranked the Fourth Most Economically-Free Mid-Sized City

South Dakota offers the Best Bang for Your Buck

Sioux Falls in among the Best Cities for Jobs

Sioux Falls ranked one of the Best Cities to Start a Business

Top Ten Best States for Millennials

South Dakota is ranked as the Second Happiest State