We first told you about Live at The Ludlow Garage back in August. It seems that the iconic venue is set to open on October 29 with Vanessa Carlton!
Scott Crawford is the owner of Live at the Ludlow Garage as well as the restaurant Olives on Ludlow. The restaurant is now closed in order to begin the renovations on the basement space to become Live at the Ludlow Garage. The name comes from the venue ran by the legendary Jim Tarbell back in the late 60’s until the early 70’s. Acts such as Santana and Humble Pie played there. The Allman Brothers Band recorded their album, Live at Ludlow Garage: 1970 there.
The venues capacity is set at 262 according to this Cincinnati Business Courier article. Scott also revealed that the venue will serve drinks/food to concert goers in their seats in this intimate space. The restauraunt upstairs will remain open with a capacity of 80.
Here are the confirmed shows as of this moment:
According to the venue's Facebook Page the upstairs of the venue is finished. Below is a photo of the finished upstairs and renderings of what the downstairs will look like: