Vinyl Music Hall

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Vinyl Music Hall is a music venue and bar planned to open on the first floor of the Masonic. It will be the first tenant to occupy the historic 1897 building in many years.


The Levin Group, which owns the Masonic, has partnered with the owners of nearby Hopjacks to develop the project. The club will accommodate approximately 400 people, filling a mid-sized venue niche for live acts that are too large for club like Sluggo's and not big enough for the Civic Center. The decision to open during a recession economy was conspicuous, but according to Corey Fogarty, "We all agree that it is the perfect time to launch this. Our entire group feels that Hopjacks has proven that a restaurant/bar can thrive in slow economic times if it is unique and operated ethically and with quality."[1]

External links & references[edit]

  1. "A new sound for downtown." Pensacola News Journal, April 19, 2009.