Charleston’s Music Hall

Charleston's Music Hall

Charleston’s Music Hall

Charleston Music Hall is considered by numerous individuals to be one of the Holy City’s most private music scenes, and a phenomenal spot to see a most loved neighborhood or broadly visiting artist or gathering. When seeing a show at the Charleston Music Hall, one can anticipate a more private encounter, as though the artist is playing right to you, in spite of the fact that the main auditorium is two stories and really holds nearly a thousand guests.

At this hall, both nationally known and locally-based musicians and comedians play, giving their occasion timetable and setting up an extraordinary reach in assortment and character. This place was built in 1850 as a train station and was converted into a performing arts center in 1994 by the Bennett-Hofford Company.

Charleston's Music Hall

This Hall makes it onto our Best Live Music Venues list for its private setting and incredible perspectives from any seat in the house.  This place is adjoined on the two sides by different notable high-end restaurants. Before witnessing a CMH event, make a reservation at Rue De Jean or Coast!

At this hall, both nationally known and locally-based musicians and comedians play, giving their occasion timetable and setting up an extraordinary reach in assortment and character. This place was built in 1850 as a train station and was converted into a performing arts center in 1994 by the Bennett-Hofford Company.

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