Once a Ford automobile manufacturer and even a bomb and ammunition factory during World War II, the Bomb Factory dates all the way back to the early 1900s. The building was transformed into a concert venue in the 1990s and now boast a maximum capacity of 4,3000 people.
The sound system is known to be one of the best in Dallas and the staff is constantly given great reviews. With some of the best bartenders and security staff in Dallas, the Bomb Factory promises visitors a friendly and easy-going experience. Perhaps most appealing, the shows are consistently on time, making the anticipation drinking kept to a minimum.
The venue is known for hosting much more than just gigs. The Bomb Factory has been home to a Halloween haunted house, LFS fights, and even the screening of the 2018 World Cup Final.
Some of the venue's past artists include Willie Nelson, Erykah Badu, Future, D'Angelo, and Sturgill Simpson.
Visitors to the venue also get to enjoy the stellar location. Being in located in Deep Ellum, the Bomb Factory is situated next to dozens of bars and restaurants, so that following the gig you have plenty of options to keep the party going.
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