The Newport Music Hall has a storied history both in the Midwest and the country. It is the longest continually running rock club in the country and was built in 1923. It was a movie theater and ballroom before it became the Newport Music Hall in 1984. It holds 1,700 patrons and has hosted the likes of B.B. King, Neil Young, Foo Fighters, Slayer and Melissa Etheridge.
The box office at the Newport Music Hall is only open on the day of the show from 10 am to 9 pm. The events are all ages unless otherwise indicated. Children under the age of two do not need a ticket unless stated otherwise. There is no re-entry. Professional cameras, video cameras and recording devices are generally not allowed, but most artists allow small digital or disposable cameras. The venue is smoke free.