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Awesome Concert In a Great Little Theater
Nov 08, 2014 by: jrepok from Easton, MD
We went to the Avalon Theater to see a concert by Bill Medley of the Righteous Brothers and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. Although we had great seats in the second row, we would also have been happy in the last row. There are no bad seats in the Avalon, due to it's small size. Performers seem to enjoy appearing at the Avalon, due to the intimate setting. It's a great, vintage Art-Deco theater!
Entertainment for All!
Nov 03, 2014 by: Lisa G from Easton, Maryland
The Avalon Theatre features a variety of exciting, talented performers from all genres and appealing to all age groups. What a creative management team to attract a range of headliners to new talent appealing not only to the locals, but people from different parts of the country! We're in Maryland and we've bumped into people from up and down the East Coast and Mid Atlantic. What makes it even more special is that the theatre's two performance rooms are intimate, where you are up close and personal with the performers. Kudos to the Avalon team!
Forgetable events for the very rich
Sep 29, 2014 by: KeyW909 from Denton, Maryland
Sky high prices for tickets. Bad Sound. Bad lighting. Very rude workers. Events aimed at rich retirees. About 60 to death. Hard to find parking. Confused box office workers. Borning programs.
A very nice venue for small crowd performances.
Sep 05, 2014 by: zuiderzee from Annapolis
We drove a short distance from our home to Easton to hear Monte Alexander perform and it was a very enjoyable evening for us. The Avalon feels like a well loved venue that enjoys excellent local support, which made us feel comfortable. We will be watching for programs offered there in the future. It was a nice weekend away.
Went for Jazz and Fell in Love with the Theater
Sep 01, 2014 by: Joe T from Charlotte, North Carolina
We attended the Montey Alexander Jazz Festival and fell in love with the theatre. It is an intimate venue with great sightlines and acoustics. We sat in the balcony for a Saturday afternoon tribute to Dave Brubeck and could hear every note perfectly. Saturday night we were on the main floor and it was like being in a cozy jazz club.
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