The Masquerade initially expected to move to a new location on Westside,
but those plans were scrapped when an area developer filed suit
to prevent the club from operating in the neighborhood.
Like its predecessor, the Kenny’s Alley location will offer three levels of music, still dubbed Heaven, Hell and Purgatory.
Those who spent many a night prowling the North Avenue neighborhood searching for parking will find plenty at the MLK parking deck (look for the neon Underground Atlanta sign at 75 MLK Drive SW). The main entrance to Kenny’s Alley is through that deck.
The drop off and pick up point for taxis and Uber is located at the corner of MLK Drive and Central Avenue, next to the former World of Coke.
Upcoming shows at the Masquerade include a Nov. 29 lineup of Epica (Heaven), Red Fang (in Hell) and The Soil & The Sun (in Purgatory). Other shows this week include Flotsam & Jetsam, For Today, The Sounds and KISS tribute act, Strutter.
The club's box office is located inside the venue and is open Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-7 p.m. For more information, call 404-577-8178 or visit www.masqueradeatlanta.com.
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