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We are so excited to announce that in partnership with Frank Productions, National Shows 2 (NS2), & Live Nation we have signed an operating agreement with Homegrown Hospitality Group, the owners of the downtown Charleston venue, Music Farm. Our Team is thrilled about this new opportunity to cultivate and grow the arts community in Charleston by increasing the number of shows at the venue while also diversifying the programming. The plan is to renovate the Music Farm and create an environment that allows fans and artists to have the most enjoyable experience possible.

Renovations and modifications to the club are already underway and include reducing the capacity to a comfortable 650 maximum, installing brand new air conditioning units, replacing the sound system and adding additional acoustic treatments to the room, and upgrading artist amenities. The venue will undergo a much needed facelift and tune up, but will still maintain its historic charm.

In addition, we are thrilled to announce that The Royal American will be running the kitchen at the Music Farm. They will be slinging food for concert goers at every show and will also have a window open on Ann Street with seating so late night King Street bar hoppers can stop by and grab some delicious food. The menu is still to be determined but expect to see some Royal American staples (Patty Melts, yum!) that we all know and love.

The newly renovated, multi-purpose space will allow for live music, private event rentals – such as weddings, corporate events, and community fundraisers – comedy shows, themed dance nights, and more. Our team plans to take the same energy, creativity, and customer service standards established at the Music Hall over the past decade to bring new life to one of Charleston’s most iconic venues.

“The Music Farm is one of the most important venues in the City of Charleston and has been since the early 90s. I fell in love with live music in this room in High School, and it is a dream come true to now be working with an amazing team to bring the Farm back to life. We plan to utilize the space to grow local artists as well as welcome new and diverse touring artists to the city.” says Charles Carmody – Charleston Market Director.

“As former co-owners of the Music Farm business and current landlords of the Music Farm venue, we cannot be more excited to be handing the baton to a community based group such as Frank Productions. We feel they will move the Music Farm forward while still paying respect to the history of the venue. We are looking forward to being part of the Music Farm becoming a new tradition.” says Jerry Scheer – Homegrown Hospitality Group (Music Farm Owner).

New logos designed by local Charleston artist Gil Shuler. Fun fact, Gil did the original poster designs when the Music Farm first opened in 1991!