The new venue will have a capacity ranging from 1,500 to 3,000. (Courtesy Omaha Performing Arts) Downtown project designed to fill gap in city’s live music scene Come 2023, Omaha’s status as a must-play market for club and theater tours will likely rise. Omaha Performing Arts, the company that runs the 1,900-capacity Holland Performing Arts Center and the 2,600-capacity Orpheum Theater, has shared plans for a new general admission venue with a capacity ranging from 1,500 to 3,000 that seems poised to fill a gap in the live music tapestry of Nebraska’s most populous city. “We think it’s the perfect size and fit for Omaha, because of the larger capacity and the flexible space,” Omaha Performing Arts President Joan Squires told VenuesNow. “Audiences can stand to watch a concert and have a beverage, or we can use retractable seating for some of the arts activities. It’s a space that just […]
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