We had been doing shows in the front room of Summit since the day we opened, but we wanted this space to have it’s own identity. We came up with the idea of branding it as it’s own club, so that people would know that they were coming to see a smaller show than they would at Summit. We wanted to create an intimate experience for people to see new bands. We decided to call this space the Moon Room which played off of the Summit name and spaceship in the Summit Music Hall logo. In 2013, we re-built the stage and installed new PA and lighting. Top notch production has always been very important to me. I feel that the ticket buying fans deserve to see and hear the bands the way they were meant to be experienced. We wanted to set ourselves apart from other small venues in town.
Opening the Moon Room also gave us the opportunity to have another location for Marquis Pizza, where people could actually sit down, order a whole pizza, drink a beer and listen to some great music.
The Moon Room has been a great venue for us. Being our smallest venue, the Moon Room has allowed us to take chances on a lot of new up and coming acts that find it hard to get an opportunity to play around the city. From these “chances” has come the discovery of some amazing new talent. We’ve been able to nurture these new bands and then move them into our other (larger) venues as they continue to grow. This has always been the most exciting aspect of the music business for me. As an ex-record label owner, I’ve always been driven by finding new, undiscovered bands and working to help them build their careers. I feel that the Moon Room serves a special purpose in the life cycle of all bands and I’m super proud to have a small space in which to showcase a lot of the current talent out there. I hope you’ll take a look at the Moon Room calendar and come take a chance on some undiscovered music. You never know, you might just find your new favorite band.
Valid ID is required if you plan on drinking at our bar. You must be over 21 years old and your ID must be a current, government issued ID (e.g. driver's license, passport, or military ID).
Camera policies are different for every concert. It is best to contact us on the day of the show to find out what the camera policy will be for that night.
No outside food or beverages are allowed into the venue.
No weapons of any kind are allowed into the venue.
For the safety of our guests, all patrons may be searched upon entry to the Summit Music Hall.
Box office and will call open 1 hour before doors.
Tickets are available for purchase at our box office every night we have a show while supplies last.
For ADA seating please arrive just before doors are open so we can assure you get seated and set-up comfortably.
The Summit Music Hall is general admission and mostly standing room only. There are a limited number of barstools and tables in our dining area and balcony on a first come first serve basis. There is no reserved seating.
The Summit Music Hall is unable to verify or guarantee the authenticity of tickets that were not purchased directly through an authorized sales channel (i.e. The Summit Music Hall box office, Marquis Theater box Office, Black Sheep box office or through ticketfly.com). For this reason, we do not recommend purchasing tickets from third-party resellers. If a ticket is purchased through a third-party reseller, Summit Music Hall is not responsible for any fraudulent activity and will not honor invalid tickets.