Introducing Stag's Head Music Hall, launching June 25 with The Alejandro Escovedo Band in Raleigh's Glenwood South
Stag’s Head Music Hall, a new Raleigh concert venue in the Glenwood Avenue beer hall & bottle shop of the same name, will open with The Alejandro Escovedo Band on June 25.
The 238-capacity venue will be booked by Durham-based Bob Nocek Presents. Concerts at Stag’s Head will be a mix of seated and standing shows, depending on the configuration that best suits the artist. The character of the room makes Stag's Head an ideal combination of an intimate club and a listening room.
“Stag’s Head has the potential to be the kind of intimate performance space that great artists love,” said promoter Bob Nocek. “It’s a warm, inviting room with great character, and I think this can fill a niche in the Raleigh music scene.”
The first shows announced for Stag's Head are:
JUNE 25: Alejandro Escovedo Band
JULY 14: David Cook
JULY 19: Cherish The Ladies
JULY 20: Cherish The Ladies
AUGUST 25: Eilen Jewell & Jeffery Foucault
Tickets for these performances go on sale Friday at 10AM. Additional information can be found at www.stagsheadmusichall.com. Additional show announcements are forthcoming next week.
Stag’s Head is owned by Malachy Noone, Tracy Hancock and Harvey Gray, who opened Stag’s Head Beer Hall & Bottle Shop in 2014. For conversion to a music venue, the space is receiving nearly $50,000 in upgrades. The concert sound & light system is being furnished by Greensboro-based Audio & Light. Etix is the venue's ticketing provider.