Five Best South Florida Venues According to the Bands Who Play Them
Five local musicians weigh in on South Florida's best venues for bands.
Sure, the price of a ticket or how far away a venue is might matter to someone who stands in the crowd at a show, but it can be
We spoke to five local musicians to find out which South Florida venue is their favorite and why.
Here’s what they had to say.
1. Churchill's Pub
Where: 5501 NE Second Ave., Miami
Who: Sam Kooby of Bishop
"Churchill's holds a place in my heart because I've seen a lot of my favorite bands play there and have been lucky enough to have gotten to play
"Propaganda in Lake Worth is one of my favorite places in South Florida! Matt and Jon have a great ear for local talent and host or put together great shows at their place every week. They compensate artists fairly, provide us with water and a few drinks, and are involved with city and nonprofit events for great causes."
Bands get "rock star" treatment at the Kelsey Theater in Lake Park.
Via the Kelsey Theater Facebook page
“Without a doubt (in my opinion), the best new venue in South Florida is the Kelsey Theater. We just performed there for the Brewhouse Gallery's two-year anniversary. The staff, atmosphere, decor, drink selection, and music are setting a new standard for what a music venue should be. They treat us like rock stars — set up a backstage room for us with a bucket of beer and a custom 3D-printed Raggy Monster label on the door.”
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