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Partners behind The Pageant plan to open companion venue in Delmar Loop

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A rendering of Delmar Hall (Credit: 2016 Kiku Obata & Company) A rendering of Delmar Hall (Credit: 2016 Kiku Obata & Company)

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – The managing partners behind The Pageant in The Delmar Loop are planning to open a companion venue.

Joe Edwards and Patrick Hagin said the 800-capacity Delmar Hall will be located next door to The Pageant and will fill the gap between the 340-person Duck Room at Blueberry Hill and The Pageant’s 2,000 capacity.

"The cool thing about this venue is it fits right between Blueberry Hill's 340 capacity duck room and the 2000 plus capacity Pageant," Edwards said.  "So, bands on their way up can play Blueberry Hill, then play the Delmar Hall the next time they come through, and then play the Pageant as their popularity keeps increasing."

Delmar Hall is expected to be open this fall.

“Delmar Hall will be another one-of-a-kind attraction for the ever-evolving Delmar Loop. We’re building this with live performances in mind – fans and bands will enjoy a first-class design.” Edwards said.

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