The group that developed and runs Orion Amphitheater, tvg hospitality, had planned to open a new 350-capacity downtown Huntsville music venue this summer, but that didn’t happen.

Located at 108 Cleveland Ave. N.W. near Furniture Factory Bar & Grill and just off Meridian Street, the space was formerly home to A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, a now-defunct bar, restaurant and event space.

Halfway through October, the space remains closed-up. One of those temporary construction privacy walls covers a stretch of the façade.

Now, tvg (all lowercase and short for “the venue group”) is targeting a spring 2023 opening. And the venue’s name has been tweaked slightly too, from Meridian Social Club to Meridian Arts Club.

Read the full article at al.com here.

The group that developed and runs Orion Amphitheater, tvg hospitality, had planned to open a new 350-capacity downtown Huntsville music venue this summer, but that didn’t happen.

Located at 108 Cleveland Ave. N.W. near Furniture Factory Bar & Grill and just off Meridian Street, the space was formerly home to A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, a now-defunct bar, restaurant and event space.

Halfway through October, the space remains closed-up. One of those temporary construction privacy walls covers a stretch of the façade.

Now, tvg (all lowercase and short for “the venue group”) is targeting a spring 2023 opening. And the venue’s name has been tweaked slightly too, from Meridian Social Club to Meridian Arts Club.

Read the full article at al.com here.

The group that developed and runs Orion Amphitheater, tvg hospitality, had planned to open a new 350-capacity downtown Huntsville music venue this summer, but that didn’t happen.

Located at 108 Cleveland Ave. N.W. near Furniture Factory Bar & Grill and just off Meridian Street, the space was formerly home to A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, a now-defunct bar, restaurant and event space.

Halfway through October, the space remains closed-up. One of those temporary construction privacy walls covers a stretch of the façade.

Now, tvg (all lowercase and short for “the venue group”) is targeting a spring 2023 opening. And the venue’s name has been tweaked slightly too, from Meridian Social Club to Meridian Arts Club.

Read the full article at al.com here.

The group that developed and runs Orion Amphitheater, tvg hospitality, had planned to open a new 350-capacity downtown Huntsville music venue this summer, but that didn’t happen.

Located at 108 Cleveland Ave. N.W. near Furniture Factory Bar & Grill and just off Meridian Street, the space was formerly home to A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, a now-defunct bar, restaurant and event space.

Halfway through October, the space remains closed-up. One of those temporary construction privacy walls covers a stretch of the façade.

Now, tvg (all lowercase and short for “the venue group”) is targeting a spring 2023 opening. And the venue’s name has been tweaked slightly too, from Meridian Social Club to Meridian Arts Club.

Read the full article at al.com here.

The group that developed and runs Orion Amphitheater, tvg hospitality, had planned to open a new 350-capacity downtown Huntsville music venue this summer, but that didn’t happen.

Located at 108 Cleveland Ave. N.W. near Furniture Factory Bar & Grill and just off Meridian Street, the space was formerly home to A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, a now-defunct bar, restaurant and event space.

Halfway through October, the space remains closed-up. One of those temporary construction privacy walls covers a stretch of the façade.

Now, tvg (all lowercase and short for “the venue group”) is targeting a spring 2023 opening. And the venue’s name has been tweaked slightly too, from Meridian Social Club to Meridian Arts Club.

Read the full article at al.com here.