CLEVELAND (CelebrityAccess) — The former Cleveland rock club Odeon is set to re-open as a concert venue after spending almost a decade as a nightclub.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Odeon is set to re-open on May 1st with a show by local metal act Mushroomhead.
Gregg Kelley, who has been promoting shows at the 250-capacity Roc Bar, has been named as the booking manager at the venue, according to Cleveland Scene.
In its former glory, the 1,000-capacity Odeon was a key part of the Cleveland music scene and hosted shows by artists such as Metallica and Nine Inch Nails.
"Our goal is to book mainly rock, country, some metal and indie-rock," Kelley told the Plain Dealer. "We would like The Odeon to be what it was — a great place to see a rock show." – Staff Writers