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This was my first time going to Motorco. I'm from New Orleans and Dumpstafunk was performing the night of Thursday June 7th. I went to the show. I loved the venue. Outside there is dining available, I really like the way it's set up. Inside...More
Motorco is great for providing good entertainment at unbelievably reasonable prices. We went last night to see Janiva Magness. She was amazing. Her opening band, Teacup Gin left a lot to be desired though.
All in all a fun night!
Great little music venue! We were there to see the Quebe Sisters Band. They were fantastic! Very talented Sisters and their band is outstanding! A great mix of Texas Swing, Country and Bluegrass.
The music hall has great acoustics and was relatively comfortable. The staff...More
Recently found Mototco when I wanted to see an old favorite of mine, Hal Ketchum. He performed in a small section of Motorco which made for a special intimate performance. Motorco also has a large music hall and a restaurant side. Both sides have bars...More
First time in Motorco after eyeing the venue from across the street for two years. Caught "The Passion of Flamenco" and the intimate venue was the perfect setting for this show on Valentine's weekend. Risers and cafe tables were different and we liked the set...More
We've been to Motorco a few times in the past for a drink or food at its food window, Parts and Labor, but recently attended our first event in the performance hall. It was a "story slam" put on by The Monti and was incredibly...More
This place was fun! Great for group of different ages! We met our grown children there with their spouses and partners, dog and child! Easy to go up to counter and order a great variety of small items to try! Everything we ordered from the...More
Motorco is a small space but perfect for the right kind of performance. The main floor fits about 200+ people standing comfortably. There are bleacher-style seats in a section on stage right for another 50 or so people. The performer we were there to hear...More