Unplugged

It seems the plug has been pulled on concerts at The Hive – at least for now.

Since opening a few years ago in the 1100 block of Main Avenue, The Hive, which features an indoor skate ramp as well as various youth activities, has held concerts inside the venue. The all-ages shows have ranged from local hip hop to metalcore to punk rock. 

However, according to The Hive’s Creative Director Alex Vick, due to a dispute with the landlord, concerts have been cancelled indefinitely. The Hive will remain open for its other activities.

“I’m writing this with a heavy and defeated heart,” Vick said in an email Tuesday. “My role in the community has been to uplift and create space for artists and musicians. I apologize that, for the foreseeable future, we have to put our venue on hold. My hope is we get what events/concerts we can rescheduled if we can get the issue resolved.”
Vick asked the community for understanding as well as suggestions or ideas. “Email or message me with words of support to help our case in showing the great value of our venue in serving the community,” he wrote.

Contact Vick at alex@hivedgo.org.

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