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My wife and I caught Post Modern Jukebox here in early May. It was my first time at the venue, and I have to say I was very impressed. The area around the venue is very hip with a wide array of restaurants and bars....More
We visited the College Street Music Hall for the first time since its rehab from the former Palace Theater on Saturday night. We saw Post Modern Jukebox who always put on a fantastic show. The venue is intimate and we found the seats to be...More
This was our first time here to experience a concert & we fell in love with this quaint venue. This place holds about 2,000 fans. Any seat that you have is a good seat. The views are perfect & their sound system would please any...More
I went to the College Street Music Hall October 19, 2018 to see the Dirty Heads. The venue was wonderful! I loved how to the floor/sections were split up, descending to the stage, so no matter where you were you had a great view. The...More
We saw Elle King here on November 3, 2018 and were very impressed with this venue. My husband and I are in our late 50's and attend a lot of concerts. We are always braced for the hassle factor when attending a new venue. College...More
Our 1st show at this venue. We had Sec. 203, Row E. We saw Steel Pulse & Ziggy Marley which was a very good show. There was a General Admission area but we opted for the balcony seats. Do not buy these particular balcony seats....More
A co-worker recently gave me tickets to see "Big Shot", the Billy Joel tribute band. We've seen them many times before around Connecticut but I must say this was probably the best experience thanks to CSMH! We had tickets for seats in the second row...More
I've been to concerts all over the Northeast and this venue in particular really stood out to me. Excellent and convienent parking choices, polite and efficient staff members, a plethora of drink options and so much more. The setting is very intimate - not a...More
Across the street from the York Street Noodle House is a parking lot (part of the Yale British Museum or something), $8 for the night, enter on the York Street side only, there is usually a dude in the booth that you can pay... More
Across the street from the York Street Noodle House is a parking lot (part of the Yale British Museum or something), $8 for the night, enter on the York Street side only, there is usually a dude in the booth that you can pay up front. A couple of blocks walk to the show.
Also Temple Street garage behind the Shubert isn't bad if you are desperate. Enter on the corner of Temple Street and George Street. Comes out by the movie theater.