Riverside Theater (Milwaukee)

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Riverside Theater
Address 116 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
United States
Owner Pabst Theater Organization
Type concert hall
Capacity 2,450
Opened 1920

Riverside Theater is a concert hall, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.[1] The venue, which has seats for 2,460 people and hosts many different musical artists and shows. It is leased by the Pabst Theater Foundation, which presents shows there, and at the Pabst Theater and Turner Hall.


The building, which opened in 1928, was designed by local architects Charles Kirchoff and Thomas Rose, who designed many theaters, including the Palace Theater in New York City. The theater underwent major renovations in 1984.[2]


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