The Rose Music Center at The Heights opened recently opened its fourth season off Interstate 70 in Huber Heights.
Here’s what you should know about the facility:
The name: The name: “The Stuart and Mimi Rose Music Center at The Heights” was approved by the Huber Heights City Council in a $4 million lifetime naming rights deal with the Stuart Rose Family Foundation in 2015.
The timeline: Construction of the Rose Music Center started in 2013 and was completed in 2015.
The size: The Rose is a covered amphitheater design that can seat 4,200 guests.
Special amenities: The venue includes The Circuits & Cables VIP Club available through membership which includes preferred parking, VIP entrance, private restrooms, and advance notice of shows.
How to get tickets: The Rose Music Center Box Office is onsite or tickets can be purchased online.
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