The Bomb Factory in the Deep Ellum district of Dallas' downtown is a live music and event venue. The music venue originally purchased by Henry Ford was built in 1913. It became a music venue in the early '90s when the downtown district was bustling with musical culture. The club eventually closed in the late '90s and re-opened in 2015. Since its grand re-opening, the venue has hosted talents such as Ludacris, Erykah Badu, Robert Plant, Don Henley, Brand New, Tool, Rage Against the Machine, Marilyn Manson and many others. Get Bomb Factory tickets at StubHub today!
Where should I park when attending Bomb Factory?
Parking for Bomb Factory patrons is located on Elm Street behind Trees. If parking is full at this location, concertgoers can find other options throughout Deep Ellum.
Is Bomb Factory wheelchair-friendly?
Yes, the music venue is wheelchair-friendly. An elevator is available for use and grants patrons access to all levels. First come, first serve handicapped seating is also available. If interested in handicapped seating and companion seating, it's important to come to the venue early and speak with a team member. The number of available tickets is limited per event.
Can I bring my kids to a concert with me?
Yes, you can. Bomb Factory events are open to patrons of all ages unless an age restriction is listed on the event page. Teenagers 17+ are permitted to attend the facility without a guardian. Teenagers 16 and under must be accompanied by an adult or guardian. Venue staff has the right to refuse entry to anyone not meeting these guidelines. For smooth entry to the facility, it's important for all patrons to have a valid ID.
Where are the best seats at The Bomb Factory?
The Bomb Factory venue is truly customizable. For this reason, the seating configuration changes constantly. Some shows or events offer traditional seating and other shows are standing room only. For specific information or Bomb Factory seating charts, check the event page.
How early should I line up outside the venue?
Some shows are standing room only or general admission, which means those in line first will score the best spots. It's best to show up a couple of hours before the doors open to see if anyone is lining up yet. If the line is forming, you can decide if you want to line up too or grab something to eat near-by first.Back to Top
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