The Factory, a new state-of-the-art music and entertainment venue, is slated to open in St. Louis later this year. The Factory will be the first new venue in the Midwest built from the ground up in over 40 years.
The 52,000 square foot event space, being developed by The Staenberg Group, will have capacity of 3,000 for concerts and is currently booking live shows for 2021-2022. Veteran talent buyer, festival producer and St. Louis native Dan Merker will be the exclusive Talent Buyer for the venue. Brian Carp (formerly of House of Blues in Anaheim and Dallas) will serve as The Factory’s Chief Operating Officer.
Located at The District, Chesterfield’s newest food, beverage and entertainment destination, the venue offers ample free parking, a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, seven full-service bars, five talent dressing rooms, a private production office, a catering room with outdoor deck, stage level load-in, and much more.
“This venue is setting a new standard for the fan and artist experience,” says Merker. “We’re excited to bring diverse and eclectic music genres to the community and get back to live music in 2021.”
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