Sonic Pie Productions has been working on an exciting new project–one that will change the landscape of North Carolina and the south’s music scene: Missy Lane’s Assembly Room, Durham, North Carolina’s newest music venue at 310 E. Main Street, opens next month and Sonic Pie Productions will serve as the venue’s production management and front of house sound engineer crew.
What to know:
- This intimate venue will focus on Black American Music.
- Missy Lane’s is owned by Durhamite Cicely Mitchell.
- Most shows are seated with an early 6:30 p.m. curtain and a later 9 p.m. show. Occasional standing room only capacity is less than 230! Tickets: HERE.
- Members get benefits such as ticket pre-sales, private events, preferred seating.
- Enjoy a drink or coffee at the beautiful front bar any time.
- Missy Lane’s Assembly Room mission statement: Our mission is to provide a safe space for people to assemble, socialize and build community.
Just announced: Tickets go on sale tomorrow for boundary-pushing quartet The Bad Plus, playing Missy Lane’s Assembly Room’s inaugural season April 3rd and 4th (after stops in Japan & Sweden.)
Sonic Pie Productions Founder/CEO Tess Mangum says “Missy Lane’s is a long-awaited, much-needed venue about to wrap you in beautiful sound and surroundings. We can’t wait for opening night and years of jazz, latin, gospel, soul and R&B.”