Huntington, NY (Tuesday, February 2, 2016) The Paramount – a 1,573 capacity club music venue – based in Huntington, Long Island, New York, has announced plans to expand with a new location in Baltimore, Maryland. The Paramount’s ownership group has teamed up with Caves Valley Partners in selecting and developing a location in the stadium area of Baltimore City. “The Paramount Baltimore Team is excited to be working with Caves Valley Partners and is finalizing our plans to open a world class entertainment club venue in Baltimore.” Pollstar Magazine currently ranks The Paramount as #11* in worldwide attendance under the club / venue category (*as of Q3 2015).
In under 5 years, The Paramount has transformed the Long Island music scene by providing a state-of-the-art, professionally run and uniquely-designed live entertainment venue where rock legends and world class musicians perform on a regular basis such as; Billy Joel, Don Henley, Rob Thomas and Ed Sheeran – who proclaimed “I’ve played a lot of venues around the world & The Paramount is by far the best!” The Paramount brand is known for providing an unparalleled customer experience. As a result of the success of the venue, The Paramount has made Long Island, New York a must play destination on the concert tour stops of any artist or live show.
Moving forward, The Paramount plans to bring this winning formula to Baltimore, Maryland in a larger venue and expects the same results in its next endeavor. “We want to put the entertainment world on notice that The Paramount is working hard on bringing another major market into our fold and plan to add to our overall reach by delivering even more concert fans to our brand”. “We have the talent and experience to deliver the best in live entertainment to arts and music lovers in the Baltimore area.” The new Paramount will provide Baltimore with the most incredible live experience available anywhere in the world.
For more information contact:
Director of Marketing
370 New York Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743
Tel: 631.673.7300 ext. 303