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Water Street Music Hall

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Up close and personal.

Neat venue where you can get up close to your favorite bands. Parking was a little difficult on... read more

Reviewed August 19, 2015
Eden, New York
Solid venue

I found this to be a very good concert venue. A perfect small venue; large enough to actually feel... read more

Reviewed November 10, 2013
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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204 N Water St, Rochester, NY 14604-1122
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Reviewed April 26, 2016

First off, a bottle of water was only 2 dollars which quite cheap compared to other places I have been. The stage is definitely smaller in depth, consequentially the band is right in front of you!!! The staff was friendly, and even though my name...More

Thank polhemusk
Reviewed September 23, 2015

Both sides of the venue are good for live music. I've seen many shows there in the past and will continue to do so.

Thank Tess J
Reviewed August 19, 2015

Neat venue where you can get up close to your favorite bands. Parking was a little difficult on narrow cobble stone streets, and getting out was tough as a nightclub next door was just getting into full swing and there were people all over the...More

Thank lanalou1137
Reviewed April 19, 2015

I went for a show last night. It was packed but I enjoyed it. Friendly staff, only thing I did not like was parking down the street but other then that I enjoy it. Was not a bad section of the stage from all over....More

Thank JBonn659
Reviewed November 10, 2013

I found this to be a very good concert venue. A perfect small venue; large enough to actually feel like a concert venue and not just a bar. They have two stages, one is smaller for warm up acts and then a main stage. The...More

Thank Mike191919
Reviewed November 9, 2013

Get in the spirit.. country line dance, hear the 60s sounds, genres of music change frequently it's just on the way-up, small specialty bands .. watch their schedule. small venue, can get jammed but you're up close and personal and audience is part of the...More

Thank FeithRochesterNY
Reviewed February 26, 2013

Ive seen so many great bands here and show are always fun. The space can get crowded but that makes it a little better because you can get so close to the stage and you can see from basiaclly everywhere. The ticket prices arent that...More

1  Thank jen l
Reviewed February 19, 2013

As Steve Burton of Port Chuck proclaimed when he saw me at the VIP meet/greet after Port Chuck's show there on Valentine's Day, "Laurie, you're CRAZY!" I did think I was a little crazy to have chosen to come to Rochester, from Southern California, in...More

Thank LAMcMonavie19
Reviewed December 11, 2012

More of a bar than a music hall. Small name bands, mostly rock--younger clientele the majority of time (early twenties) There is a nice downtown location. Chances are you will be paying to park and there is generally an entrance fee.

Thank Tony C
Reviewed November 5, 2012

This converted historic warehouse is a decent venue for musical acts where there are 500-800 expected attendees. That would be bigger than a standard bar but too small for the Auditorium Theatre or War Memorial. A wide variety of music styles are represented with live...More

1  Thank ROCtraveler30
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