Benefit for Columbia Music Hall
A raising the roof benefit for the partially destroyed Columbia Music Hall, Portsmouth , Ohio, will be held in Huntington, W.Va. In addition, an account has been set up at US Bank for donations to repair the theater.
The season of miracle looms upon us, and, a Huntington live music club will hold a benefit for the rebuilding of the Columbia Music Hall, which burned Nov. 11 in Portsmouth, Ohio. An up and coming venue for all types of live music, the Columbia had originally been a vaudeville movie theatre, which opened in 1912.
Although the bands have not yet been finalized, Franklin Toland, MF Productions, said that the concert will occur at The Paradox Rift, just off Third Avenue across from the Marshall football Stadium on Dec. 14.
Read the full story in the Huntington News.