This is going to be an awesome show! These are the four best rock bands from the area. You won't find a better time.
Pros: Very friendly staff, cheap beer, great location. If you haven't seen the back of the Raleigh Ampitheater, come drink a beer and watch it in all it's glory. The owner is pretty cautious about the bands he lets in, so the music is usually good, especially on the weekends. The walls are painted with quotes from all your favorite songs.
Cons: The sound system is good, but the vocals are always difficult to hear. Mention this to the sound guy, and he will point you to a sign that says 'The vocals are turned up all the way.' Maybe they need a compressor?
Also, if you didn't like 'Sex and Candy' back in the 90s, be prepared to be a little annoyed.
Pros: Great bands, good sound system, cheap beers, cool interior, close to the I-40 for out-of-towners. Music is mainly in the vein of rock and metal.
Cons: Not enough places to sit if you wanna chill, nothing else close - have to drive for food, other venue.
I'm surprised not more people know of this venue. Cool vibe.
Why doesn't IndyWeek support this place????!!!
Indy Week • 302 E. Pettigrew St., Suite 300, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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