People tend to check in during these times:
I love this venue! The sound system is tight, and bass has PUNCH. (Earplugs definitely recommended) We've only seen Seether and Theory of a Deadman so far, but plan on coming back soon!
It's a last ditch effort to see live music. The venue hasn't been updated in anything other than name in nearly two decades. Cheap beer is a perk however.
One of the worst concert venues I've ever been too. Air conditioning is insufficient and you're packed like a sardine trying to see the stage which is too low and at a horrible angle. Horrendous.
Hot, crazy crowd, bands were good but the place is crazy
Worst night out I've ever had, would never go back or recommend it to anyone. Bouncer named Al, if they were smart they would get rid of him. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY!
Good luck trying to see any performance here if you're remotely short. I fucking hate this place, and I can't wait until a new venue takes over shows on this area.
The staff here are SO rude and nasty. I said to the people I came with, "wow, the people here are nasty, I'll never come back," and I got kicked out of line. No thanks, I don't want to come here ever.
Best place to see a show!
The wait sucks here for 3 hours already and still waiting to see the performance. WTF!!!
Tip the bathroom attendants. They do more than just hand you paper towels! Who else do you think cleans up after you puke everywhere?
It's not the "normal" type of venue but its an awesome place for shows !
Recently renovated bathrooms. Always a plus.
Come see some great fights at cage wars!
A lot of great bands play here... It's unfortunate that the building is sub par.
It's a popular place for bands/artists to play, despite the size.
Tip your bartender!
Best place to see shows in the area.
The Halloween Party with Matt & Kim takes over Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m. $17/$20
Check out Robert Francis, Travis Gray & Frontiers, Lunic Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m. Cost is $8/$10.
Drink the Dogfish Head on tap.