The Dayton Masonic Center provides a colossal live music experience

The Dayton Masonic Center is currently proving to be the new place for Dayton live music. Schiewetz Auditorium, a 1,698-seat venue within the middle, has hosted live concerts in the past several years but today organizers have been turning up the heat. 

“We are ramping up hard,” Brian Johnson, Dayton Masonic Live’s production and promotions director, said. “This year we are going to throw 30 to 40 shows and my three-year goal is to throw 100 shows a year.” Originally referred to as the Dayton Masonic Temple, the historical eight-story structure constructed in Grecian architecture style, opened in 1928.

Hand painted murals decorate the Schiewetz Auditorium within the Dayton Masonic Center. The venue has become a Dayton spot for live music. LISA POWELL / STAFF
New seating in the Dayton Masonic Center auditorium is part of the renovations done in recent years. LISA POWELL / STAFF

Source: Dayton News

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