Revolution Hall closing?
Just as important, the spot has become a valuable community resource hosting after-parties for Troy Night Out and benefits for the Arts Center. And will that thriving block on River Street have a major gap in the middle! People coming to Revolution Hall frequently eat or sip at other establishments before or after the concert. Its loss will hurt everyone.
It's not clear if this a another regrouping or a closure. Without a doubt,it has a to be related to profitability and the difficulty of making money on crowds of under 600 people.
I hope, if true, the closing is only for the summer and comes fall we'll have a thriving Revolution Hall with a great line-up of musical guests.