Originally called The Town Casino between the 1940s and 60s, the venue looms large in Buffalo's history. In the midst of her heyday, the Main Street club was the Queen city's finest restaurant and night spot. She was home to shuffling showgirls and tough guys playing cards in the basement (Al Capone among them). The room also hosted a myriad of musical legends such as Frank Sinatra, Nat ¨King¨ Cole, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Les Paul. Anyone who was anyone played the Town Casino.
However, following these storied years the building changed ownership several times. First she was home base for the Studio Arena, then became UB's Pfeiffer Theater, and in the early 21st Century was remodeled into Sphere Entertainment Complex.
Finally, in 2005, noted Buffalo promoters Artie Kwitchoff and Donny Kutzbach stepped in to restore the old girl to her former glory. Their vision was to bring the venue back to life as the Queen City's premier concert venue. This included further renovation of the space to ensure the stage was not only magnificent for performers, but was also the best place for fans to see a show. The pièce de résistance was christening the club the Town Ballroom, which called to mind the legendary grandeur of the Town Casino.
We hope to be a part of your fondest memories as you enjoy our continuing legacy.