COLLEGE STREET MUSIC HALL
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College Street Music Hall TicketsThe College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut, is the result of a partnership between the New Haven Center for the Performing Arts and concert promoter Keith Mahler. Originally the home of the Rialto movie theater, which burned down in 1921, the building then was replaced by the Roger Sherman Theater in 1926. During the 1960s, the Roger Sherman Theater became a Warner Brothers affiliate and was a popular movie house. Later known as the Palace Performing Arts Center, it then showcased live talent such as Run-DMC, Fiona Apple, The Monkees, Robin Williams, the Backstreet Boys, Peter Paul and Mary, Red Hot Chili Peppers, NSYNC and more. The Palace was closed in 2002. Renovated and reopened as the College Street Music Hall in 2015, the current venue is a multi-capacity theater with fully modernized production features. Recent performances have included The Flaming Lips, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Reel Big Fish, Bowling for Soup, Rainbow Kitten Surprise and more. Check out StubHub for upcoming concerts and performances at the College Street Music Hall.
What is the College Street Music Hall seating capacity?The College Street Music Hall has configurations for up to 2000 patrons. Possible configurations include General Admission concerts with a standing room floor and reserved balcony seating, seated theater shows or a blended format.
Where are the best College Street Music Hall seats located?The College Street Music Hall has Loge and Balcony seating available at some events, which provide the best places to watch the performances.
Is the College Street Music Hall accessible by public transportation?You can get to College Street Music Hall by bus or train. Bus C from Super Stop & Shop in North Haven and Bus O from Walmart in Milford service the local area and the SLE train runs from Clinton Crossing Premium Outlets in Clinton.
Is there on-site parking at the College Street Music Hall?There is no on-site parking, but there are many paid parking lots in the vicinity. Crown Street Garage and Temple Street Garage are two options for parking.
Can you tell me about the food and drink offerings at the College Street Music Hall?The Geronimo Tequila Bar & Southwest Grill serves tacos in the lobby before and during the events. There are also available light concession offerings in the bars.
What ages are allowed at College Street Music Hall events?Unless otherwise specified, all ages can attend College Street Music Hall productions.
Is the College Street Music Hall a wheelchair-friendly facility?The College Street Music Hall is partly accessible, but the type and location of wheelchair-accessible seating depend on the chosen configuration for the event. A typical setup for General Admission includes ADA seating in the house left rear platform. Fully seated shows offer ADA seating options in the Gold Circle section and Section 109. The Loge and Balcony areas are only accessible by stairs, as there is no elevator at the College Street Music Hall. As of 2019, the College Street Music Hall has entered into an agreement with the U.S. Attorney District of Connecticut office to improve accessibility over the next three years by increasing wheelchair accessible seating and adding handicap-friendly features to the restrooms.
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