11/20 - Dark Hollow & Jeff Allen @ The Rail Line
We are excited to present an intimate evening with the music of Dark Hollow and the art of Jeff Allen! Dark Hollow will play two sets while fans will have the chance to peruse Jeff's unique and impressive art exhibitions.
This will be ONE NIGHT ONLY at The Rail Line in Armory Square in downtown Syracuse, NY. Capacity is limited so be sure to get your tickets in advance!! To help support local artists, there will be raffle giveaways of merch, posters, autographed band stuff, art, and more! Every ticket holder will receive one entry in the raffle with more chances to enter throughout the evening. You won't want to miss this special event!!
DOORS AT 7 PM
RAIL LINE | 530 S. Clinton St.| Syracuse, NY 13202 | Phone: 315-396-0473
Built upon the elevated railroad track land running through the south end of historic Armory Square, the Rail Line offers free off-street parking as well as street parking out front. The off-street parking is available at the building level by entering and going UP the ramp on the north side of Clinton Plaza, BEFORE you pass the apartment tower. You will see a sign for both Jefferson Clinton Parking and Rail Line parking.
Please Note: The parking lot at street level on the other side of our fence is for Clinton Plaza residents ONLY. Rail Line guests are not permitted to park there and the apartment manager may tow vehicles.
During the day we have about 30 spaces and after employees and tenants leave our neighboring offices, we have 80+ spaces. At street level, there is city parking on S. Clinton Street in front of our fences.
Armory Square offers plenty of parking garages and lots as well. The newly-located Redhouse Arts Center has a parking garage across the street on S. Clinton, just past W. Jefferson St.
PLEASE VISIT https://www.raillinesyr.com for more information.
The Rail Line (View)
530 South Clinton Street
Syracuse, NY 13202
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|
Yes the venue is handicap accessible from our parking lot, however, there is no elevator from the street-level entrance on S. Clinton. Our parking lot is adjacent and on the railroad wall. If you go UP the ramp to the lot BEFORE you pass the Clinton Plaza apartment tower on S. Clinton you may park in the lot and from the lot there are no stairs to the main entrance. There is an entrance sidewalk and ramp that is 50 wide from the parking lot to the main entrance.