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There's twice the fun to be had at this double-sided nightlife complex, featuring two different venues under one roof, each with its own bar, live music stage, and attitude. While the smaller Red Owl has more of an intimate feel to its shows, the luxe libations doled out by the waitstaff offer a strong kick and a heavy pour. Next door, Club Red boasts more of a nightclub feel with plenty of cushy seating, a sizeable stage, and a multi-megawatt sound system. Huge weekend shows featuring more than a dozen local bands are the norm at both venue, as well as regular performances by classic rock acts and hip-hop hitmakers.
It's Monday, and that means that the rotting corpse of the weekend has been trampled on and desecrated by another dadgum work week. But never fear -- the resistance is growing. You can re-create the c... More »
Yeah, yeah, yeah...we get it. Mondays suck (we've read Garfield). But it means the start of a new week, which means a bunch of killer shows in and around Phoenix. And here are a few of the coolest --... More »
Musicians traditionally get all of the glory, but what about the venues that house them? Arizona hip-hop artists are regularly lauded for their lyrical lexicon and dazzling deliveries, but they couldn... More »
Our man about town, Alice Cooper is a busy guy. In addition to all that rocking and rolling, he's currently holding down the Halloween guest editor spot over at Village Voice's Sound of the City blog.... More »
Since 2010 New Hampshire-bred metal band Vattnet Viskar has adroitly melded all sorts of metal: sludge, atmospheric, black, and the mixture has impressed crowds in dark, dingy venues all over the coun... More »
I bought tickets to the show last night for Frank Hannon. The tickets I had said doors open at 6pm we arrive at 5:45 and then up graded to VIP for a meet and greet, food and 1 free drink and again were told doors open at 6pm. We stood in line until 6:40 no communication from management of why we were all standing outside waiting for the doors to open until 5 min till the doors opened from a joke of a manager she came out with a bad attitude. The food was a hot dog vendor you had a choice of hot or hot really you charged me an extra 50 dollars for this and then be treated like crap once inside. This place was a joke the employees were rude and disrespectful. Terrible customer service here when we walked up to the bar and asked what kind of beer you had in bottles the comment from bar tender was can't you fucking read and walk away, are you kidding me? The VIP seating were behind general sitting which is a joke.... they had VIP seating roped off and every time you had to get up you were tripping over barrier between VIP and general seating and trash cans in the walk way. The bathrooms were repulsive and smelled of urine. When my boyfriend went up to the front to request a stamp to go to his car for his smokes he was told no this is a no exit and reenter place. My boyfriend then proceeded to tell them about how rude the staff was and about the bar tender this little blonde male with a plaid shirt with glasses who called himself a manager asked my boyfriend if he wanted to take this outside are you kidding me....This guy is not capable to manage anything or anyone. I would like a refund for my $50.00 upgrade VIP crap on my tickets I purchased said doors opened at 6 this was not true false advertising then get told if you upgrade to VIP you will be able to enter at 6pm this was not true we did not get into this place until 6:45 after the disorganized staff got the line moving. In a depressed economy you would think the red owl employees who count on the very people who come to this establishment who keep the doors opening and do contribute to their paychecks would want to treat the public better. The entire staff had a I don’t give a crap attitude and like the paying people were just gum stuck on the bottom of their shoes. I would not recommend this place to anyone I would recommend a trip to the city dump first, at least you would expect the smell and dirty environment there and to be dumped on there.
The March shooting at a Nipsey Hussle show at the Clubhouse Music Venue in Tempe was a low point for the Valley hip-hop scene but hardly was indicative of the vibes cultivated by promoters like Sean Healy Presents and Universatile Music just down the street at Club Red/The Red Owl. The split club hosts punk, metal, and rock acts, too, but really shines with performances by hip-hop legends Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest and Talib Kweli and buzzy up-and-comers like Big K.R.I.T. and... More »
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