Rolling Stone readers choose the NorVa as best music venue in America
The NorVa has been chosen by Rolling Stone readers as the best music venue in America.
The venue opened in 2000 on Monticello Avenue in a building that originally opened in 1917 as a vaudeville theater, and eventually evolved into a movie theater and athletic club.
Rolling Stone says owner A. William Reid invested $6 million into the project of transforming the building into the music venue it is today.
The club boasts a hot tub, sauna, game room and basketball court on the premises, making it popular for music artists who make tour stops there.
Earlier this year, the NorVa ranked #16 in Rolling Stone’s Best Big Rooms in America list.
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