Performers at Delmar Hall
Delmar Hall - St. Louis's premier mid-size concert venue
Located right in the heart of the Loop, Delmar Hall was conceived as a mid-size venue that would be suited to more moderate crowds than the next door Pageant, which is more than twice as large.
Delmar Hall History
Delmar Hall first opened in September 2016. The concept for this new venue was developed by the owners of the Pageant, another popular venue in St. Louis, which is located right next door. Both are situated in a convenient spot in the midst of the Loop, a six-block neighborhood chock full with restaurants, retail and entertainment.
Delmar Hall Events
Delmar Hall showcases a variety of musical acts, offering concerts in a broad spectrum of genres. The venue's past shows have included performances by Sister Hazel, Shovels and Rope and other well-known musicians. In addition to the concert series, Delmar Hall also occasionally expands to host comedy, private events and other types of entertainment.
Delmar Hall Seating Layout
Delmar Hall can host a capacity of anywhere between 350 and 750 people, depending on the event and its set-up. While some shows are ticketed as general admission and feature standing room only, other events offer reserved seating for a more limited number of patrons. Still other shows combine a mix of reserved seating in the back with a dance floor in front of the stage for the general admission crowd.
Guests who wish to secure prime spots by the stage may wish to arrive early. The Bar at Delmar Hall opens one hour before show time, affording those in the bar first access to the venue when the doors open.
St. Louis, Missouri
St. Louis, Missouri's largest city, is an aesthetically gratifying bastion of culture and entertainment in the Midwest. Stroll the banks of the Mississippi River and gaze upon the Gateway Arch, the world's tallest national monument, which was designed to symbolize St. Louis's role as the Gateway to the West. Wander over to explore Forest Park, a huge city park boasting more than 1,200 acres of jogging trails, athletic courts and courses, and the St. Louis Zoo, considered one of the best in the nation. It's also home to the St. Louis Art Museum and the Missouri History Museum. Admission to all three attractions is free.
If you're looking for other places to catch a show near Delmar Hall in St. Louis, check out Powell Symphony Hall for fine orchestral music or The Fabulous Fox Theatre to see Broadway caliber theatrical productions. Sports fans may be more interested in heading over to Busch Stadium to watch the Cardinals play.
Delmar Hall was opened in the space formerly occupied by Mississippi Nights, a popular club that closed in 2007.
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