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This is mountain music and dancing at its finest. Lots of locals who attended regularly with several joining the band on stage for a song or two.
If you don’t like Southern mountain music or just good clean fun, don’t come.
I only wished I...More
Six of us stopped on a recent Friday evening to listen to some mountain music. We found not only the band entertaining, but all of the folks on the dance floor. We had never seen flat footing, and we enjoyed it. It is a nice,...More
I have been their several times over the years. A old theater could use new seats are loose and swing way back when you set in them.The place is kept nice and clean. I have never used but they do have a snack bar.Mostly local...More
This is an old run down theater. Poor heating and cooling. Worn out seats. Poor sound system. Add that this place is a potential fire trap in a town with a 1920s style volunteer fire dept. The entertainment varies from hicktown hillbilly music to hicktown...More
We were fortunate to be in Galax when Jeff Little and Wayne Henderson were performing at the Rex. It's a great old theater that is being used for the community. We loved being up close to the performers. Warning: a full bladder could be a...More
We heard a local Bluegrass group. Nice local activity...live music, flat foot dancing and frequented by the locals. Historic theatre....facility is ok, but noticed a smell and some seats were broken. Still enjoyed seeing the live radio show there. Just keep in mind it is...More
Great little theatre with no bad seats. Has regular shows there so check out the website!
Be prepared to park in the street. We parked at the post office with no problems as it was a Saturday nite concert.
Every Friday night the live broadcast is worth the ticket price! Only $5 a head. Best in local old time and bluegrass music. I always listen to the rebroadcast on Saturday evening over the local fm station 98,1 radio.