LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — The House of Blues Anaheim – the first new House of Blues to be built in the U.S. in a decade – is set to open its doors in March 2017, the company said.
The new 44,000 square complex will be twice the size of its predecessor, with a 2,200-capacity concert hall that is just one of four food and entertainment spaces in the venue. The Anaheim HoB will also feature The Parish, a 400-capacity room designed for singer/songwriters, local artists, smaller touring bands, and intimate showcases.
As well, the new venue will include a Foundation Room, a bar and restaurant suited for DJ events, private functions, after parties and pre-concert events; and a restaurant area with a small stage that will feature live music on most nights.
The first performances at House of Blues Anaheim will be announced soon with tickets on sale mid-November.
“House of Blues Anaheim will embrace our same familiar rock and roll vibe with contemporary flourishes that ensures our musical, culinary and sensory experience fits future generations while solidly representing our historic roots,” said Ron Bension, president, House of Blues Entertainment. “The venue pays homage to the past 25 years and celebrates the next 25 to come.” – Staff Writers