Independent Venue Week

Full List of 2019 US Participating Venues and Shows

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Independent Venue Week 2018 Pianos

Independent Venue Week 2019 to include 200+ shows in 80+ venues across
more than 50 cities in 28 US states

Find an Independent Venue Week show near you HERE

 

Returning for its second US edition July 8-14, 2019, Independent Venue Week, with Eventbrite as its exclusive ticketing partner, announces the full list of participating venues. Participation in the week has grown rapidly, from 20 venues in 20 cities in 2018 to more than 80 venues across more than 50 cities this year. “We’re incredibly excited to see this initiative continue to grow after its successful first year,” says Rev. Moose, Managing Partner of Marauder, the producers of the US event, “These critical, open-minded spaces drive their local music markets. Independent Venue Week is an opportunity to build camaraderie and community through a week of shows.”

The participating venues represent the best of American independents, spanning everything from storied, legendary institutions such as the 9:30 Club in DC and First Avenue in Minneapolis as well as younger rooms like ONCE Somerville in Somerville, and the newly-renovated White Eagle Hall in Jersey City.

Independent Venue Week 2019 US Venues

191 Toole -Tucson, AZ
The Nile Theater – Mesa, AZ
The Rebel Lounge – Phoenix, AZ
The Rialto Theatre – Tucson, AZ
Cafe du Nord* – San Francisco, CA
The Dip – Redding, CA
Elbo Room Jack London – Oakland, CA
Harlow’s  –  Sacramento, CA
Lodge Room  –  Los Angeles, CA
Momo Sacramento (Harlow’s Upstairs)  –  Sacramento, CA
Rickshaw Stop  –  San Francisco, CA
The Satellite  –  Los Angeles, CA
Swedish American Hall  –  San Francisco, CA
The UC Theatre*  –  Berkeley, CA
The Caribou Room*  –  Nederland, CO
9:30 Club*  –  Washington, DC
City Winery  –  Washington, DC
High Dive  –  Gainesville, FL
City Winery –   Atlanta, GA
City Winery –  Chicago, IL
Empty Bottle –  Chicago, IL
Fitz’s Spare Keys – Elmhurst, IL
Lincoln Hall  –  Chicago, IL
Reggies  –  Chicago, IL
Schubas Tavern*  –  Chicago, IL
HI-FI  –  Indianapolis, IN
Wave  –  Wichita, KS
Blue Moon Saloon  –  Lafayette, LA
Howlin’ Wolf Music Club  –  New Orleans, LA
City Winery  –  Boston, MA
The Middle East  –  Boston, MA
Narrows Center for the Arts  –  Fall River, MA
ONCE Somerville  –  Somerville, MA
The Pyramid Scheme  –  Grand Rapids, MI
The Fine Line  –  Minneapolis, MN
First Avenue*  –  Minneapolis, MN
The Red Herring Lounge  –  Duluth, MN
The Turf Club*  –  St. Paul, MN
recordBar  –  Kansas City, MO
Motorco*  –  Durham, NC
The Pour House Music Hall  –  Raleigh, NC
Asbury Park Music Foundation –   Asbury Park, NJ
The Saint  –  Asbury Park, NJ
White Eagle Hall*  –  Jersey City, NJ
Arlene’s Grocery  –  New York, NY
Buffalo Iron Works  –  Buffalo, NY
City Winery  –  New York, NY
The Delancey  –  New York, NY
Pianos*  –  New York, NY
S.O.B.’s  –  New York, NY
Saint Vitus  –  Brooklyn, NY
Beachland Ballroom*  –  Cleveland, OH
Jilly’s Music Room  –  Akron, OH
The Kent Stage  –  Kent, OH
Doug Fir Lounge*  –  Portland, OR
Club Cafe –  Pittsburgh, PA
Milkboy  –  Philadelphia, PA
Mr. Small’s Theatre*  –  Pittsburgh, PA
World Cafe Live*  –  Philadelphia, PA
Red Rooster Coffee House  –  Aberdeen, SD
City Winery  –  Nashville, TN
The Concourse  –  Knoxville, TN
EXIT/IN  –  Nashville, TN
The High Watt –  Nashville, TN
Marathon Music Works  –  Nashville, TN
Mercy Lounge*   – Nashville, TN
Club Dada  –  Dallas, TX
Deep Ellum Art Co.*  –  Dallas, TX
Empire Control Room  –  Austin, TX
The Granada Theater  –  Dallas, TX
Mohawk*  – Austin, TX
North Door  –  Austin, TX
Paper Tiger  –  San Antonio, TX
Satellite Bar  –  Houston, TX
Warehouse Live  –  Houston, TX
Esquire Jazz Club  –  Amarillo, TX
Kilby Court  –  Salt Lake City, UT
The Broadberry   –  Richmond, VA
Higher Ground  –  Burlington, VT
The Crocodile*  –  Seattle, WA
Nectar Lounge  –  Seattle, WA
123 Pleasant St  –  Morgantown, WV

* = returning venue

A week-long celebration of the independently-owned venues that give critical space to developing artists across the country, Independent Venue Week includes performances by DIY star Soccer Mommy at Mr. Smalls Theatre in Pittsburgh and The Broadberry in Richmond, New Zealand indie rock upstarts The Beths at Indianapolis’ HI-FI, and Welsh experimental songwriter Cate Le Bon at The Crocodile in Seattle.

Click here to see all Independent Venue Week 2019 US Shows

Independent Venue Week 2019 Partners

Independent Venue Week is proud welcomes these partners, including exclusive ticketing partner and sponsor Eventbrite, for its second US edition. Their unflinching support of the independent community has allowed this initiative to grow tremendously in 2019.

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