The Capitol Theatre reopened in 2012 after a massive multi-million dollar renovation. No detail went untouched while lovingly restoring this historic rock palace. Designed by noted architect Thomas Lamb, The Capitol Theatre opened in 1926, as a playhouse built for Vaudeville and Cinema. The venue has been home to many legendary performances and iconic rock n’ roll moments. With a 2,000-person capacity, it boasts a 65-foot domed ceiling, a general admission or seated floor, elegant lobbies, multiple bars, a seated balcony with VIP seating, and six presidential box suites. This bi-level venue also features installed state-of-the-art lighting, projection, sound and video equipment.