Infinity has a new big sister in Hartford now, but the original 300-seat music hall still hosts the state’s most memorable concerts. Architecturally fabulous and acoustically superb, the venue is so intimate, it feels as though living legends are performing just for you. There’s even a chance that you’ll bump into performers in the bistro after the show. Best Concert Venue-Yankee Magazine May/June 2015Built in 1883 in beautiful Norfolk, CT – just minutes from the Massachusetts and New York borders – the newly-renovated 300 seat Infinity Hall is an intimate music, dining and entertainment destination beyond compare that has featured music legends like Judy Collins, Leon Russell, Richie Havens and Todd Rundgren. The box office telephone number is 866-666-6306 or tickets may be purchased online. Visit www.infinityhall.com for complete calendar and other information.Three cheers for this converted 19th-century Victorian theater. It’s now Connecticut’s mosttalked-about new performance hall. Come early for the cuisine and stay late for the rock, jazz, and blues.
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