BARRIE, ONTARIO –  Al Quigley, former Ranch GM, has acquired 46 & 50 Dunlop Street West, formerly The Roxy Theatre (The Roxx).  Al has made the move mainly for better long-term planning and to provide a better concert venue and party experience within the historical buildings multi-level and theatrical set-up. The new business will be called MAVRICKS MUSIC HALL and will be kicking off with a soft opening mid-September.  Saturday nights will cater to the country music loving crowd but will also include big club rock anthems mixing it up for anyone wishing to dance the night away! Al Quigley says “This building holds a lot of great memories for many people and that has been apparent from the level of excitement and anticipation from everyone associated with the project.”

The new venue located at 46 & 50 Dunlop Street West has had many sloppy attempts to harness a nightlife business but Al Quigley’s decades of hospitality experience and quarterbacking The Ranch Nightclub since inception, makes him an excellent candidate for returning the location to its original and successful heyday. Al has also made a deal with the rooms original and longest standing Promoter, John Derlis of Impact Live (founder of TicketBreak & former marketing director from The Docks Entertainment Complex). Together they intend to take “Live Music Special Events” and “Country Saturday’s” to the next level.  They will have plenty of help from former Roxx G.M. Scott Knowles (currently Impact Live Director of Show Operations) and local design house DENT, spearheaded by local promoter, entertainer and brand builder Drop Daniels, as they deliver all genres of live music to a professionally managed music hall focused on the quality of service when engaging your party senses!

John Derlis says “Given the higher ceiling and large concert stage providing better acoustics and sightlines, we can provide a much more positive guest experience! Plus, having the new professional green rooms and arena production, all artists who care about how their brand and musical product is delivered, they better stick to the pro’s running Mavricks Music Hall”.

If you have what it takes and are looking for a job at Mavrick’s Music Hall, attend the Employment Expo on September 6th and 7th from 5pm-8pm or contact Al directly for a confidential interview at (705) 503-5222.

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