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Showing Off a New Showroom

We’re mere days from opening the latest and greatest improvement to Turning Stone Resort Casino: The Showroom.

This renovated venue is better than ever before. As part of our 28th anniversary “Best Never Rest” campaign, we recently made a major investment to make the venue more intimate. The Showroom now features 650 premium stadium-style seats, a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, and an all-new atrium with a beautiful new mahogany bar where our bartenders will be serving signature cocktails.

Put simply, we now have a stunning, contemporary event space that rivals concert venues you’ll find in major cities around the world.

We kicked off a new era at The Showroom with two employee-only events earlier this week. Local favorite Gridley Page took the stage on August 31 and Under the Paige performed in the new digs September 1. Employees were able to attend either show with one guest and get the full experience—.

Early reviews were incredible, with some saying the shows were the best they’d ever seen.

(To be honest, this rundown came as no surprise, since we removed seats for wider aisles and to bring all guests closer to the talent and action on stage, and now the acoustics are second to none.)

Concerts and performances for the public are up next. Hardy and Queensryche are playing this coming weekend, while Straight No Chaser is on the calendar for next week. Other bands are slated to perform in the venue later this month, as we slowly resume a full live music calendar.

Oneida Indian Nation Representative Ray Halbritter summed it up best when he waxed poetic about the role The Showroom plays in the local music scene.

“We take great pride in showcasing local talent in our venues and introducing our guests who come from all over the county to the best our region has to offer,” said Ray, who also serves as CEO of Oneida Nation Enterprises. “[The renovation and reopening of The Showroom] is great news for the local music scene in Central New York.”

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