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100 Men Hall

303 Union St, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520-4448
+1 228-342-5770
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Nothing happening in 2017

The hall is inactive, locked up, with a realtor's for sale sign. It's interesting to read the Blues... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2017
Holidav
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New Braunfels, Texas
HORRIFIC ownership... not worth detour.

Cool place, great history, certifiably crazy owners... they are vulgar, rude, and falsely advertise... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2015
Sun_Peace_Shine
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Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi
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The 100 Men Hall is an historic Blues music venue on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The Hall, as it is locally known, was a stop on the Chitlin' Circuit in the 1930's - 60's and hosted several well-known artists including, Etta James, Deacon John, Big Joe Turner, Guitar Slim & numerous others. In 2011, The Hall received a Blues Trail Marker from The Mississippi Blues Commission and became a 501(c)3 fund of the Hancock Community Development Foundation. In June 2011 The Hall was resurrected as a live music venue and has recently hosted Little Freddie King, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, The Homemade Jamz Band, Howl-N-Madd Perry and others.
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25 Feb 2017
“Nothing happening in 2017”
3 Dec 2015
“HORRIFIC ownership... not worth detour.”
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303 Union St, Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520-4448
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+1 228-342-5770
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Reviewed 26 February 2017

The hall is inactive, locked up, with a realtor's for sale sign. It's interesting to read the Blues Trail marker but I wouldn't go out of the way to see only the exterior. Nearby Old Towne is beautiful with houses, churches, buildings from 1700's &...More

1  Thank Holidav
Reviewed 3 December 2015

Cool place, great history, certifiably crazy owners... they are vulgar, rude, and falsely advertise rental space services. They appear friendly and accommodating at first and then switch to annoyed, incompetent, and overwhelmed the next. Hold your event somewhere else...unless you want an overly hot venue,...More

6  Thank Sun_Peace_Shine
Reviewed 13 August 2015

My son and I were treated to a personal tour of 100 Men DBA Hall since there were no acts scheduled that weekend. We were able to sit and chat with the owner, Kerrie, and learn the back story of this truly historic venue. It's...More

1  Thank Kevin P
Reviewed 27 May 2015

Have had many fun nights at the hall! Great music, great venue, great vibe! Would recommend to anyone.

Thank Ann M
Reviewed 1 August 2014

Family run music venue that dates back to early days of blues. House band is great, really nice family runs hall.

2  Thank Chad W
Reviewed 29 July 2013

This place has soul. You can feel it when you walk in the door. Its a really cool blues joint that has a history of having had many famous blues musicians play here. Its located just across the railroad tracks from the Depot District in...More

2  Thank connieb63
Reviewed 10 June 2013

Writing a review of a place unfortunately closed when we had to keep moving isn't fun. If you get a chance and are into the Blues, I trust you'll fare better than we did getting into this little gem when it's grittin' out some serious...More

2  Thank preglad
Reviewed 14 May 2013

Thanks for the great tour! We loved learning all about it. You have done a great job on the renovations.

Thank Mdega
Reviewed 1 January 2013

This is a cool Blues venue in such a great town. They have a concert on the second Saturday of every month, as well as some special events. Most recently we went to the New Year's Eve event. Running the place is obviously a labor...More

2  Thank AL-the-squid
Reviewed 6 June 2012

One of the best places to go on in the MS Gulfcoast. Some of the best Blues Music can be found once a month at the hall. The historical aspect of this great venue adds to the funky/groovy feel of all the shows.

1  Thank leear
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Lisa A
11 April 2017|
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Response from Kerrie L |
I am sorry but The Hall is closed. We have put it up for sale. Kerrie
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