The Majestic Theatre

115 King Street
Madison WI 53703
(608) 255-0901
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Majestic Theatre - downtown's

Majestic Theatre in Madison

Updated: 9/2/19 11:22pm

Most Shows are All Ages - * Indicates Ages 18+ Show)

9/5 Mr. Chair (Vinyl Release)
9/6 Dessa, Monakr, Zed Kenzo
9/7 90s vs 00s:: No Scrubs Edition, DJ EMC Vs CAM JAMZ
9/12 Pinegrove, Stephen Steinbrink, Common Holly
9/13 Live on King Street #6: PROF
9/13 Glitz: Women of Country Drag & Dance Party w/ DJ Femme Noir, Bianca Lynn Breeze, Karizma Mirage, Bryanna Banx$, Cynthia Mooseknuckle, Lola Rome
9/15 Strfkr, Das Kope
9/19 Brew ‘N View Sing-a-Long: Across The Universe
9/20 The Budos Band, Paul & the Tall Trees
9/21 Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors, Dan Rodriguez
9/24 The Band Camino, Valley
9/25 Wilder Woods, Rodrick Cliche, Four20’s
9/26 Rusko
9/27 The New Pornographers, Lady Lamb
9/28 Sigrid, Raffaella

10/1 Knocked Loose, Stick To Your Guns, Rotting Out, Candy & SeeYouSpaceCowboy
10/3 Fever 333
10/4 Rod Tuffcurls & the Bench Press
10/5 Com Truise, Ford, Thoma
10/6 Bowling For Soup, Less Than Jake, Authority Zero
10/8 Magic City Hippies, Luthi
10/11 Lucy Dacus, Liza Anne, Sun June
10/12 Caspa, Beardthug, Bvdpple, Rilathon
10/15 Stiff Little Fingers, The Avengers
10/16 Tiger Army, Sadgirl, Kate Clover
10/17 Noah Kahan, JP Saxe
10/18 Kero Kero Bonito
10/19 Spafford
10/20 Coin, Arkells
10/22 Starset, Palisades, Hyde
10/24 Cherub
10/25 Charlie Parr
10/27 Kishi Bashi
10/29 Suicide Girls: Blackheart Burlesque
10/30 Menzingers, Tigers Jaw, Culture Abuse

11/2 Rachel & Vilray, Akie Bermiss
11/7 Crumb, Divino Nino & Shormey
11/8 New Found Glory, Hawthorne Heights, Jetty Bones
11/13 Trigger Hippy
11/15 Gramatik, Opiuo, Balkan Bump
11/16 Misterwives, Foreign Air
11/21 Billy Strings
11/22 Jack Harlow

12/6 Bluegrass Ball feat. Kitchen Dwellers, The Last Revel
12/7 The Motel, Exmag

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Venue Description:

The Majestic Theatre first opened in 1906 as a vaudeville theatre. Over the years everything from silent movies to the shows of Harry Houdini has graced this historic stage. There were even a few years where the theatre showed movies that featured the letter “X” rather prominently after the title. After a brief incarnation as a dance club, the Majestic Theatre has returned to its show business roots-this time as a live concert and performing arts venue.

The idea behind the Majestic came from two music industry vets. One a musician, and one a booking agent. The musician would go on tour across the country and play in horrible venues, run by horrible people. He was regularly harassed for asking for water and was continually amazed at how there were “actually” only 150 people in a packed full venue that held 600. The agent would regularly receive calls from his clients demanding to know why they were booked in horrible venues run by horrible people. This musician and this agent happened to be friends transplanted from the midwest to the smoggy skies of Los Angeles. One night after a few too many drinks, they decided that they would become business partners and open up a concert venue that was great and run by great people who treated artists well and were honest. It was only after a good night of slumber that they realized that they would need to find an investor that realized their skill set, saw the vision and most importantly believed in the idea. Fast forward two years, three months, one week and one day and The Majestic Theatre held its Grand Opening.

Today, downtown Madison is able to see, hear and drink to an eclectic mix of national talent several times each week, offering fans of every musical genre a reason to visit. Beyond live music, the Majestic also features comedy, themed parties and “Brew n’View” movies. And who knows? We may even host an occasional burlesque show now and then to liven things up. The point is we hope to help turn our city into a more expressive and fulfilled cultural center as time goes by.

As for or all you high-brow sophisticates out there, you should know our building is listed as a Wisconsin historic landmark and is featured on the Wisconsin Historical Society website at