Back in October, we learned that the Music Farm, which many residents assumed had permanently closed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, would be returning thanks to a partnership between the Charleston Music Hall, Frank Productions, National Shows 2 (NS2), and Live Nation.
The building is still be renovated, but the first show is scheduled to be held on Friday, April 15th. In addition, the Music Farm team announced that The Royal American will be running the kitchen at the venue. The concept will be known as The Royal American Outpost, and they will be serving food for concert goers at every show. They will also have a window open on Ann Street, so late night King Street bar hoppers can stop by and grab some food.
Although the menu is still to be determined, attendees can expect to see some Royal American staples beginning on opening night.
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