Like many rock and roll venues, Alrosa Villa has a history that has the best of rock and roll as well as some of the harder times as well. The venue made headlines in 2004 when the metal band Damageplan was playing at the venue and guitarist Dimebag Darrell was killed by Nathan Gale along with three other people. The attacker was caught thanks to fans and the police, prompting a book about the incident.
The box office for Alrosa Villa is only open the night of the show and opens two hours prior to the concert. No cameras or recording devices are permitted at this venue. Shows range from welcoming all ages to being 21 and over. The show features an intimate playing atmosphere, and fans should arrive early for the best view.