The Warehouse (New Orleans)
The Warehouse, located at 1820 Tchoupitoulas Street, was the main venue for rock music, in New Orleans, in the 1970s. It opened on January 30, 1970, with Fleetwood Mac, followed the next night by The Grateful Dead. The Allman Brothers Band were regulars.
Rock history was made there. The Grateful Dead's arrest on opening weekend for drug possession would be immortalized in their song "Truckin'".
"The Warehouse Concerts List" - Documenting 360 Warehouse Concerts and over 1,000 items of memorabilia
The Talking Heads performed there on closing night, September 10, 1982.
The Warehouse was finally demolished in April 1989.
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