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    They are very close to finished now.




    As you walk in and past the main bar and box office, this is the large 2-story open space with the stage at the far (north) end and booths along the right (east) wall:


    This is looking from the stage area to the outdoor space to the west:


    From the stage, looking back towards the front with the balcony above:


    Balcony area:


    Main bar; note the large hydraulic lifts to open the one big window to the space outside:

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    Wow. What a stunning space!

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    It's completely badass and remember, this will be a full-time restaurant and bar in addition to the music performances.

    This west end of downtown is turning into something special.

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    What an incredible transformation! It will be a lot of fun to see this area evolve over the next few years.

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    Wow! Can't wait to check this place out!

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    Nice smaller, intimate space!

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    Holy cow, this whole area is completely torn up.

    I'm sure the 21c is going to see light business for a while and I know Jones delayed until later in the year.







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    Yep, I heard June-July at the earliest for Jones Assembly.

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    It's time for this venue to go into the entertainment area for discussion. Here is an update on an upcoming concert.

    http://m.newsok.com/article/5545012

    The Jones Assembly, a newly renovated dining and music destination at 901 W Sheridan Ave., shared details for one of its inaugural*concerts. Organizers revealed*Tuesday that tickets for Lake Street Dive will go on sale 9 a.m. Friday for an Aug. 18 concert date. It'll cost between $25-$40 per ticket to*catch the soulful Boston-based band in Oklahoma City.
    Managing partner and Okie musician Graham Colton sat down with The Oklahoman*to share that although this is the first official concert news from the venue, it's won't be the first show. More concert dates*will emerge closer to The Jones Assembly's summer opening, including information about the venue's debut concert.

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    I think that's a bad link.

    I'm getting HTTP/1.0 403 Forbidden when I click.

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    Quote Originally Posted by traxx View Post
    I think that's a bad link.

    I'm getting HTTP/1.0 403 Forbidden when I click.
    Same here. I went to NewsOk and the link is down too. Either way, great to see a big name already on the books. I'm curious to hear who they bring in for the first show, but Kings of Leon would be my bet.

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    no way they get kings of leon - capacity is only 1600. last time kings of leon played here, it was at chesapeake arena.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkieHornet View Post
    no way they get kings of leon - capacity is only 1600. last time kings of leon played here, it was at chesapeake arena.
    They've already said it will be Willie Nelson, Michael McDonald or Kings of Leon, and when they took a poll early on on who people here would like to see they were the favorite. Not saying that it's a given, but with the Halls' strong Nashville ties it is a definite possibility. It is also not unusual for venues to bring a big act in for the first show.

    http://newsok.com/article/5530777

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    along with their nashville ties, then they must have a lot of $$$ too, if they're bringing in big names to a small place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkieHornet View Post
    along with their nashville ties, then they must have a lot of $$$ too, if they're bringing in big names to a small place.
    The Halls have huge $. They are the from the Fred Jones tree and are developing the entire area around 21C..

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    Yep, the deep pockets of the Hall family made the 21c possible long before this area was really economically viable for an upscale hotel, the very ambitious Jones project (it's incredibly impressive on the inside) and then having the West Village complex all built at once.

    Will be a stunning transformation of a large area in a short time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sooner88 View Post
    with the Halls' strong Nashville ties

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    Quote Originally Posted by traxx View Post
    ...slow clap...

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    Tickets went on sale today for Lake Shore Drive on 8/18.

    $25 for floor, $40 for Mezzanine. All standing I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Tickets went on sale today for Lake Shore Drive on 8/18.

    $25 for floor, $40 for Mezzanine. All standing I believe.
    *Lake Street Dive


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    They announced today Better Than Ezra and The Wallflowers will be performing their inaugural concert on 7/29, tickets are on sale now.

    Interesting it wasn't one of the 3 performers Hall said initially.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sooner88 View Post
    They announced today Better Than Ezra and The Wallflowers will be performing their inaugural concert on 7/29, tickets are on sale now.

    Interesting it wasn't one of the 3 performers Hall said initially.
    Solid lineup for such a small venue.

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    Great lineup and encouraging start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhiAlpha View Post
    Solid lineup for such a small venue.
    if this was 1996 ;–)

    honestly, i wasn't aware these 2 bands were still around. both good, just haven't been aware of them lately.

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