HOW DO I BOOK A SHOW AT THE MUSE?
If you are sending a booking request (original music) please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Dates & Times requested
Recent hard-ticketed headline shows (& tickets sold)
Show history in the Charlotte area
Approx. attendance anticipated for a live show at the Muse
Website/socials and live and recorded video and music links.
While we review every request, if you are an up and coming act, we strongly encourage you to network with established acts to schedule a show opening for them or let us know if you see a compatible act that might be interested in your support.. Unfortunately we cannot always get to all of the EPKs submitted, so setting up a show with an established act is the best way to get your first show here, or to schedule a return date more quickly. You should also come to our weekly Monday night Open Mics to get seen and heard by a large audience, as well as our staff members.
We book about 3 months in advance.
1. IS THIS AN ALL AGES VENUE?
Unless otherwise posted, most of our shows welcome all ages. However, on occasion we might have a performance that requires 18+ due to the adult nature of the content. Some of the comedy shows might fall under this category. We will post on our website if the show is 18+, or adult supervision suggested.
2. HOW DO I GET TO THE EVENING MUSE?
Directions: The Evening Muse is located just two miles north of Uptown Charlotte.
From Uptown/Center City: Travel north on North Tryon Street approximately 2 miles; turn right on 36th Street; travel 1/2 mile to North Davidson Street.
From the University area: Take Highway 29/Tryon Street south (towards uptown); turn left on 36th Street; travel 1/2 mile to North Davidson Street.
From I-77: Take the I-77 exit to 277/Brookshire Freeway East (exit 11 East/Downtown). You will also be fine if you take I-277/John Belk Freeway, since I-277 loops into I-77. Take the Davidson Street exit and turn onto Davidson Street going north, away from downtown. Travel north on N. Davidson Street approximately 2 miles; the Muse is at the intersection of N. Davidson & 36th Street.
From I-85 North: Take the Sugar Creek exit and take a right onto Sugar Creek Road. Continue about a mile to N. Tryon Street. Take a right onto N. Tryon Street south (towards uptown); proceed about .5 miles on N. Tryon and turn left on 36th Street; travel 1/2 mile to North Davidson Street.
From I-85 South: Take the Sugar Creek exit and take a left onto Sugar Creek Road. Continue about a mile to N. Tryon Street. Take a right onto N. Tryon Street south (towards uptown); proceed about .5 miles on N. Tryon and turn left on 36th Street; travel 1/2 mile to North Davidson Street.
3. WHERE CAN I PARK?
Here is the most recent information we have on parking in NoDa. We cannot guarantee there won’t be any changes, so follow all signs and parking laws in the neighborhood.
Yadkin Ave Parking Lot – 3217 Yadkin Avenue. Yadkin Ave Parking Lot is located across from the venue between 36th Street and 35th Street on Yadkin Ave. From the venue turn on Yadkin Ave go past Smelly Cat Coffeehouse parking lot and there is a gravel parking lot on your right.
Crescent Novel NoDa: 424 East 36th St. First 60 minutes are free; 60-90 minutes – $3; $3 per hour after 90 minutes; $20 maximum per 24-hour period. Park using the mobile app ParkMobile.
Mercury NoDa: 3310 N. Davidson St. This apartment garage offers 80 publicparking spaces at the garage’s entrance off of Davidson Street. From 7a.m.-4 p.m., rates are: $3 for the first hour and $2 for each additional half hour. From 4p.m.-7a.m., rates are $5 for the first hour and $2 for each additional half hour. Daily maximum is $25; but don’t lose your ticket or it will cost you $45.
409 E. 35th St.: Daily parking $5; Monthly parking available for $50.
513 E. 35th St.: $3 Monday-Friday until 4pm; $5 all weekend after 4pm weekdays. Monthly parking available for $55.
436 E. 36th St.: Daily parking $5; Monthly parking available for $40.
All of these lots are operated by Preferred Parking Service. Park in a numbered space and pay using the machine at the lot or the mobile app ParkMobile.
Light rail and bus services also provide easy transit options into and out of the neighborhood, with the light rail stop at 36th Street and bus lines 3 and 23 making several stops in the neighborhood. The 36th Street stop is less than one block behind The Evening Muse.
4. WHAT TIME IS THE SHOW?
Our hours vary depending upon the night and the show. Please check our website and each show detail for show times.
5. DO YOU SELL ALCOHOL?
Yes. We provide a wide variety of locally brewed beers, soft drinks and a full line of liquors mixed by our friendly bartenders.
5. CAN I MEET THE BAND?
Most all of the artists welcome the opportunity for a meet and greet with their fans following their performance. This is a great way to say hello, possibly get a photograph and of course most importantly, to buy their merchandise. We want them to be able to keep touring and return to the Muse!