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Would you like to have a show at Music Room, Edgewood Speakeasy or Bone Lick?

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327 EDGEWOOD AVENUE

The Music Room – Edgewood Speakeasy – Bone Lick

We would love to host your next private event, live concert, music release party, brand activation or dance party! We get a lot of interest in doing events and we appreciate all of you! Please take a moment to read the following details so you can familiarize yourself with our options and services.

Our venue comprises 3 different experiences/rooms:

— The Music Room —
175 Legal Capacity – 21+
Full Stage / Sound System / Microphones / Audio Monitors / Sound Tech / Full Bar / Security / Dj Equipment Available / Pioneer CDJ2000NX2 / Pioneer DJM900 NX2 / Technics 1200 Turntables / Serato SL1 / HD Projector / DMX Lighting Rig / Fog Machine / Catering available upon request

— Edgewood Speakeasy —
100 Legal Capacity – 21+
Custom Dj Booth / Club Sound / Custom Cocktail Menu / Full Bar / Dj Equipment Available / CDJ2k NXS / Pioneer 900 NXS / Technics Turntables / Serato SL1 / 1 Microphone / HD Projector / Catering Available

Cancellation / Rescheduling Policy:
All deposits are non-refundable, no exceptions. Events may be rescheduled upto 28 days prior to your event for a $100 fee based on availability. In the event of an act of god at the venue such as power outage, flood or ice storm that causes the venue unsafe or inaccessible, your event will be rescheduled at no charge.

Other Notes
CONSOLE
Behringer X-32 (digital mixer) (Recordings of individual tracks available)
32-channel snake

SOUND SYSTEM
Electro-Voice TX Series
2 TX2181
4 TX1152
Supported by
2 Cerwin Vega CVI 218S
2 TurboSound powered 18’s
2 Yorkville Paraline PSA1
2 Mackie S500’s
2 QSC RMX 4050HD
1 Crest Pro 7200
1 QSC PLX 3402
1 QSC RMX 1450
2 DBX Drive Racks
PreSonus ACP88 8 channel compressor limiter with noise gate
6 Shure SM58 Microphones
2 Shure SM57 Microphones
1 AKG D112 Kick Microphone
3 EV ELX12 stage monitors

music-room-layout

 

A little bit about Mr. 327: He was a good man… Some of you knew him as David Bowie; some as Frankie Knuckles; some as Kurt Cobain; some as Rick James; every now and then he dressed in drag and went as Dusty Sprinfield… However you knew “him”, his spirit lives on here and some of his many records make up the top of there bar where you can belly up 6 nights a week and know that at the very least you are hearing something good to go with those good libations….