645 Main St., Grand Junction, CO
This is the place for great names in an up-close and intimate concert hall. Full theater production guarantees the audience an unforgettable concert experience. No seat further than 68 from center stage. Get map and directions
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538 Main St., Grand Junction, CO
The Mesa Theater and Club, the Western Slope's premier entertainment venue, features regional and national touring music acts, live theatrical productions, the biggest DJ parties in town, televised sporting events, private functions, and special events. It is a 750 person capacity club with state-of-the-art house lights and sound, two full service bars, and a 12 foot projection TV. Get map and directions
1st and Main, Grand Junction, CO
Located in downtown Grand Junction at the intersection of 1st and Main Streets, Two Rivers has played host to Widespread Panic, Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Lyle Lovett, and many others. This municipal auditorium recently underwent a multimillion dollar renovation, including considerable acoustic modifications that were made to insure a quality concert experience. Parking is plentiful and free.
The Roper Music Ballroom
130 N 5th St., Grand Junction, CO
Upstairs from Roper Music in a 100 year old Oddfellows Hall is Grand Junction's newest acoustic music concert theater, the Roper Music Ballroom. Not really a ballroom but an open space rimmed with tall windows that look out over downtown. Nine or ten rows of comfortable cushy chairs create the up close and personal experience we all want in a concert setting. Bruce Cockburn, George Winston, Chris Hillman, Herb Pederson, Tom Russell, Steve Forbert and Karla Bonoff are some of the artists Sandstone Concerts has presented here. Refreshments are served and the room is wheelchair accessible.