Do you remember the best show you went to in Maine? Was it at Cross Insurance or the historic Strand Theatre?
Can you smell the sweat and feel the vibes of the place going crazy? It’s always nostalgic to sit back in your best concert memories and remember how much fun they were.
Did you drink your first beer at a show? Or even your first kiss? Were you able to meet the singer backstage or even get on stage? These are the things you think about when looking at your gig catalog.
Some of the best shows come straight from Maine from the best venues this state has to offer. Several rooms have been around for a very long time.
A place you’ll see below started in the 1920s, according to Best Things In Maine. Just to think, back then they probably had flappers doing the Charleston and now we’re enjoying some of the best live music ever.
These venues echo the music and energy of people of old and I wanted to take a look at some of the oldest musical venues in Maine.
Some of these places that have hosted bands and live music concerts for almost a century probably have ghosts or spirits. If you’re a non-believer, that’s okay! But for all those ghost hunters like me, I’m sure the years of energy have been sucked into these places like vacuum cleaners and still vibrate through the walls.
Let’s take a look at 5 of the oldest concert halls in Maine below.
A list of the oldest concert halls in Maine
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