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Norfolk is for Music Lovers!

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Come enjoy live music at the historic Infinity Music Hall & Bistro in Norfolk, CT. The Hall is uniquely continuing an historic musical tradition that started in the late 1800s. “Village Hall” was built as an opera house, barbershop, and saloon in 1883. The Hall was one of the first community buildings in the country, hosting town meetings, lectures, talent shows, vaudeville and more.

The building fell into disrepair in the mid-1900s, and was then renovated as a theatre in 1999. A second renovation in 2007 restored the building to its original uses as a theatre, bar and restaurant, and community center. 

The hall hosts more than two hundred music and entertainment shows each year, including extra-ordinary, nationally-recognized artists (e.g. Art Garfunkel, Hot Tuna, the Kingston Trio) as well as local favorites. Lunches and dinners are served in the Bistro, and dining is available during concerts on the mezzanine level.

For more information about this remarkable venue, visit their website: infinityhall.com.

 

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