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Port City What?

Months ago the Port City Music Hall announced, via signs in the window of their perpetually-reconstructing space, that a Fall opening was imminent. A couple weeks ago the report came out that the big unveiling would go down on New Years, but this week the Phoenix announced that the date had been pushed back yet again. At least this time it’s clear that progress is being made – the Stadium lettering has been taken down and as of today the facade had been repainted white (primer, I’d guess – hopefully it doesn’t stay that way and then grow a trunk).

Anyway, while details are still few and far between, it’s obvious that an opening is coming (I mean that is what their print ad campaign says, right?) plus they’re apparently looking for bands to submit – via Sonicbids – to participate in a monthly concert series. There’s pay involved, so it could be worth looking into. For more info/updates on PCMH, check out their website (or possibly this PMF member’s page).

3 comments to Port City What?

  • frank johnson

    Maybe you’ve never renovated 14,000 plus square feet for commercial public assembly use before but fyi… it takes a long damn time and a big pile of money. Cut em some slack … as the old saying goes “if you dont have anything nice to say… dont say anything at all.”

  • Hey now, I’m as excited as the next guy about a new venue opening – and knowing how things go sometimes with new venues you have to admit that it’s within reason to be skeptical. It’s great to see that shows are being announced and staff is being hired though! I wish them luck.

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