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Palladium Worcester - Worcester, MA
Palladium is also known as The Palladium. It is a concert hall and performance venue famous for rock and metal bands. The concert hall is located at Main Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. The Palladium has a seating capacity of 2,169 people in the main room and 500 in the upstairs room. It was first opened on November 24, 1928. John Peters and Cliff Rocker owns and operates it currently. Arlan W. Johnson designed the architect of the venue.
The Palladium hosts concerts of all genres, musical events, and other entertainment shows. Live Concert DVD by The Devil Wear Prade titled "Dead and Alive" was filmed here. The popular bands who performed at the Palladium include Blink-182, Hatebreed, Gwar, Fall out Boy, Four Years Strong, Eyes on Satellite, Ice Nine Kills, Sic Vita, Sense Fail, Gov't Mule, Jimmy Eat World, Bring me the Horizon, Chelsea Grin, Jerry Garcia Band, of Mice and Men, Twelve Foot Ninja, Twenty One Pilots, Suicide Silence, Whiz Khalifa, Tyler the Creator, White Chapel, Straight Line Stitch and many more. It also hosted Sad Summer Festival, Every Man for Himself, Insane Clown Posse's Shaggy 2 Dope, The Official Fright Fest after Party, Halloween World Tour, Manchester Orchestra, Battle for Metal Fest Final, etc.
Tickets for events to be held at The Palladium Worcester can be purchased from the box office on Tuesday through Friday from 12.00 pm to 4.30 pm. You can also buy tickets online at TicketsOnSale.com.