The Rave
The Rave / Eagles Club is a concert venue in the United States and landmark in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Rave hosts touring bands from across the globe.

The building is divided into six venues, making it theoretically possible to have six different acts playing at the same time.

The Eagles Ballroom
The Eagles Ballroom is the building's showpiece, featuring a 25,000 square feet (2,300 m 2) oval wooden dancefloor, originally installed when the building was constructed, in addition to a large, old-fashioned domed ceiling and a stage on one side. Originally a ballroom, it has hosted everything from boxing matches to concerts to ethnic dances. There is a second floor, with a row of balconies around the oval, from one side of the stage to the other. The Ballroom hosts the most popular acts, and its impressive history includes Bob Dylan (six times),The Sex Pistols, The Offspring (twice ), Bad Religion (five times ), The Grateful Dead, The White Stripes, Pantera, Matchbox Twenty, Green Day, Shiny Toy Guns, Nine Inch Nails, 30 Seconds to Mars, The Replacements, Paul Westerberg (solo), Social Distortion, Megadeth, Maroon 5, Korn, Kings of Leon, The Smashing Pumpkins, The All-American Rejects, Atreyu, No Doubt, Lamb of God, Robert Plant & The Strange Sensation, Velvet Revolver, Rihanna, Slayer, Sublime with Rome, Infected Mushroom, Benny Benassi, and Nick Jonas & the Administrationn, among countless others. The Jonas Brothers performed their first major concert as a headliner here, and filmed portions of the show to use in the music video for their top ten single "When You Look Me In the Eyes." Jason Mraz also filmed an entire live DVD here, called Tonight, Not Again: Jason Mraz Live at the Eagles Ballroom. The music video for CKY's song Close Yet Far was shot at The Rave. Certain interview clips from All Time Low's 2010 DVD, Straight to DVD were filmed on the roof of the building.

The Rave Hall
The Rave Hall on the main level is a large concert-style venue, second in size only to the Eagles Ballroom above it. Most national touring artists that visit Milwaukee have played here, including John Mayer, Sevendust, GWAR, Regina Spektor, moe., Tiƫsto, Chiodos and Bob Weir.

The Eagles Hall
The Eagles Hall, previously called the Basement, (or the Underground) is a Miami-style venue built in the basement of the building. Featuring a unique hardwood floor, it is often rented by members of the public for wedding receptions. It has hosted acts like Nickelback, Boys Like Girls, 3 Doors Down, Gov't Mule and Third Eye Blind.

The Rave Bar
The Rave Bar is a small intimate club. Numerous acts have made their Wisconsin debut here, including Dave Matthews Band, Nirvana, Les Claypool, Third Eye Blind, Smashmouth, Blink-182, Creed, Pearl Jam, Red Is The Sea, Unlimited Production Music (featuring: Ewill, Rob, Killah and Yung Prod) and Tantric.

The Rave Vibe Room
The Rave Vibe Room was designed to feature up and coming bands, similar to The Rave Bar, while also catering to DJ's.

The Rockstar Lounge
The Rockstar Lounge, the newest addition to the building, is a VIP lounge with its own stage and performance setup. It was built in response to the increasing amount of musical acts requesting non-smoking shows and is equipped with special ventilation, thus enabling patrons to smoke while not disturbing others in the building. Like the Rave Bar, Rave Hall and Eagles Hall, it features the venue's trademark authentic wooden bartops made from recycled bowling lanes that came from what is now The Eagle Hall Many events from the original ECW were held at The Rave including Hardcore Heaven in 2000 and an episode of ECW on TNN in the same year.

The Eagles Club
The Eagles Club was named to the National Register of Historic Places on July 29, 1986. The club is a significant example of 19th and 20th century Revival architecture, especially from 1924, 1927, and 1939.

Building Activity

  • Teodora Todorova
    Teodora Todorova activity.buildings_person.create
    about 5 years ago via