The Summit Music Hall is our largest and newest venue having opened in July 2010. I had been looking for a larger capacity venue for a long time. I needed a place where I could take the bands that had outgrown the Marquis or the Black Sheep. I was doing shows at other larger venues but they weren’t mine and I couldn’t control all of the things that make a good experience for the bands and the fans. I read an article in the Westword that Bash had closed and the space was available. I quickly called my friend John who was a commercial realtor and got him to set a meeting. The place needed work (a lot of work!) but it was perfect. Perfect size, perfect location, I had found it! We signed a lease and took possession. I’ll never forget the first day we walked in. It was Ben Davis (my GM at the time) and me. It was March and the snow was melting. There was water pouring in from the ceiling in the back of the club. (I was thinking, how could the previous tenants have been open and doing business like this??) We got the water turned on and there were plumbing leaks everywhere. I think I was going to cry. “What did I get myself into?” I thought. Well, we rolled up our sleeves and got to work. It was a long and expensive process, but we got the place fixed up and opened in July 2010. Since this time, we have had some truly incredible bands at the Summit. New bands, old bands and true legends have all graced the stage in our short existence. Westword voted us “Best New Venue” in 2011. The Summit has been a huge success and we continue to reinvest in the venue to create the best experience possible. In 2014 we installed new PA. It’s an Outline GTO C-12. There is nothing in town that can touch it. This PA is bad ass and Westword voted it “Best Sound System in 2015”! We have many other improvements on the list and will get them done as we make more money to reinvest. It’s not easy being an independent. We don’t have the deep pockets that some of our competitors have, so we have to do things the old fashion way. Hard work and creativity prevail for us. But that’s ok. It means a lot to be self-sustaining. It’s empowering. I am super proud of the staff we have at Summit. They are second to none and have worked to create a really special venue for the bands and their fans. We’ll be here for years to come, putting smiles on faces and creating long lasting memories.
Valid ID is required if you plan on drinking at our bar. You must be over 21 years old and your ID must be a current, government issued ID (e.g. driver's license, passport, or military ID).
Camera policies are different for every concert. It is best to contact us on the day of the show to find out what the camera policy will be for that night.
No outside food or beverages are allowed into the venue.
No weapons of any kind are allowed into the venue.
For the safety of our guests, all patrons may be searched upon entry to the Summit Music Hall.
Box office and will call open 1 hour before doors.
Tickets are available for purchase at our box office every night we have a show while supplies last.
For ADA seating please arrive just before doors are open so we can assure you get seated and set-up comfortably.
The Summit Music Hall is general admission and mostly standing room only. There are a limited number of barstools and tables in our dining area and balcony on a first come first serve basis. There is no reserved seating.
The Summit Music Hall is unable to verify or guarantee the authenticity of tickets that were not purchased directly through an authorized sales channel (i.e. The Summit Music Hall box office, Marquis Theater box Office, Black Sheep box office or through ticketfly.com). For this reason, we do not recommend purchasing tickets from third-party resellers. If a ticket is purchased through a third-party reseller, Summit Music Hall is not responsible for any fraudulent activity and will not honor invalid tickets.
There are a number of pay parking lots located around the venue (Costs to park may vary). You may also park at the Guaranty Bank Lot (located on the corner of 18th and Market. Ask one of our bartenders for a voucher and your parking is only $5.00. Finally, you can park on the street, but please note the parking meters have a 2 hour limit.