Deep South The Bar celebrates 10 years with a special weekend celebration- October 12th- 14th. Admission is FREE all weekend as the bar hosts Kick-a-verse and Branan Murphy on Thursday, Handsome Foxes, Unifier, and I Was Totally Destroying It on Friday; and Kasey Tyndall with guests the Open Mic All-Stars on Saturday. Plus drink specials, treats & surprises.
Deep South The Bar has partnered with Raleigh's own Oak & Dagger Public House on a one-time-only beer to celebrate the anniversary. This limited edition American Pale Ale will only be available while supplies last (on draft at both Deep South The Bar and Oak & Dagger) starting on the anniversary weekend, and is appropriately titled Deep South The Beer.
Since the tenth anniversary is traditionally celebrated with gifts of tin or aluminum; Deep South suggests you come out and raise a cold one with them!
“Ten years. They tell me that’s like 72 in bar years. We’re so thrilled to have survived this long. It’s a tough business but it speaks volumes about our music culture to have supported a small live music venue for 10 years. And I’m really thankful to be a part of this great community of musicians and music fans. Raleigh rocks!” Dave Rose – owner/founder Deep South The Bar.
Fun Facts about the Deep South the Bar
- Opened October 2007
- Tres Chicas was the first act to perform, featuring Raleigh music darlin’ Caitlin Cary.
- Hosts over 1,100 bands and musicians per year
- Approximately 11,000 musicians and bands have performed on the Deep South stage since opening
- Over 15,000 music fans per year and 150,000 since the venue’s inception
- A few notable acts to have performed at Deep South: Shovels & Rope, Parmalee, American Aquarium, Delta Rae, The Cadillac Three, The Posies, Cracker, Kasey Tyndall, Marcy Playground, Vienna Teng, Shana Tucker, Yarn, Stryper, and Kooley High
- Deep South The Bar is the home to The Cherry Bounce – Raleigh’s first, and official, cocktail