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Riverside Theater - WI - Milwaukee, WI
Riverside Theater is a concert hall which is located at 116 W. Wisconsin Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Pabst Theater Foundation leases the venue. It has a seating capacity of 2,460 people at a time. The theater is under the ownership of the Pabst Theater Organization. It serves host to a variety of musical events. The venue was opened to the general public in 1928. Charles Kirchoff; Thomas Rose designed the architecture of the building. The theater underwent a major renovation in the year 1984. A notable feature of the Riverside theatre is that it enjoys the presence of theatre organ which is made by Wurlitzer.
The theater played host to Milwaukee's Liberace (for 6 nights) in the year 1986 ( before he died in 1987). Some other events hosted by the venue include Waukesha's BoDeans, Eau Claire's Bon Iver, Chicago's Smashing Pumpkins, polka parody musician "Weird Al" Yankovic, The Ink Spots, etc. The theater also hosted the performances of some famous big names such as KISS (band) on their Dressed to Kill Tour (Kiss) in 1975, Kevin Hart, Neil Young, Aretha Franklin, and Norah Jones.
You can get your hands on the tickets for the upcoming events to be held at the Riverside Theater from the box office Monday through Friday, 12:00 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. or visit Ticketsonsale.com.