If listening to music is food for the soul, seeing a live show is a full-on feast. Whether it’s a raging rock guitar at midnight or the soft hum of a violin at the symphony orchestra.
Music brings peace, balance and a well-deserved break. If you live at a Taylor Morrison new home community, fun music venues are located just a short drive from your doorstep.
Keep your finger on the pulse of big-name acts coming to the mega arenas and stadiums near you but also make time to get out to see smaller shows. Sometimes the most thrilling concerts are those enjoyed in lesser-known venues. Music halls where you’re so close to the stage you can almost touch the band.
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Share a Tune in Charlotte
When it comes to iconic music venues in the city of Charlotte, new names quickly march their way to the top of the charts.
Based off the original Fillmore Theatre in San Francisco, The Fillmore Charlotte offers the same legendary ambiance and décor all the way down to red oak hardwood floors and vintage chandeliers. From hip-hop to country, Latin, rock or whatever genre you fancy, you’ll find a show to fit your bill at The Fillmore.
Across town at The Evening Muse, independent artists have played to local crowds since 2001. Reggae, jazz, pop and Americana – all with the aim of inviting talented songwriters to share their story.
- The Fillmore Charlotte | 820 Hamilton Street Suite B2, Charlotte, NC 28206 | 704.916.8970
- The Evening Muse | 3227 N Davidson St, Charlotte, NC 28205 | 704.376.3737
Rocking Out in Raleigh
New homes in Raleigh, NC offer access to a pair of exciting venues – one indoor and one out.
The Koka Booth Amphitheater at Regency Park has been hosting open-air concerts and performance art since 2000 – and if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to see a show in the middle of a forest, here’s your chance. The amphitheater’s unique wooded setting is just the beginning, you’ll also find awesome food and even better performers.
At the Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh, you’ll find one of the most established music venues in all of North Carolina, attracting top acts from all over the world. The vibrant location is perfect for a night out on the town – dine, see a show and head to a lively after-hours bar for a night cap.
- Koka Booth Amphitheater, Town of Cary | 8003 Regency Parkway, Cary, NC 27518 | Tickets 800.514.3849
- Lincoln Theatre | 126 E. Cabarrus Street, Raleigh, NC | 919.821.4111
All about Music in Atlanta
One of the great things about living in the Atlanta metro is that you don’t need to buy in the heart of the city to be close to fantastic live music. A highlight of owning at The Springs at Rockhouse, the Train Depot in Lawrenceville provides great acoustics in a unique setting.
Housed in the historic train depot, the venue serves gourmet food from a delicious catered menu as well as beer, wine and a selection of their signature cocktails.
- Train Depot | 106 Depot Street, Lawrenceville, GA | 678.433.9661
Jamming in Jacksonville
When Jaguar’s owner Shad Khan decides to go big, the city of Jacksonville benefits. Opened in 2016, the Daily’s Place amphitheater is the perfect complement to the city’s beautiful football stadium.
With 5,500 seats the size is just right. Large enough to attract top-shelf talent but small enough that there’s not a bad seat in the house.
The state-of-the-art amphitheater was designed to best suit the audience and performers alike. From clear sight lines to high-end sound and video technology, seeing a concert at Daily’s Place is truly an outstanding experience.
- Daily’s Place | 1 Daily’s Place, Jacksonville, FL, 32202 | 904.633.2000
Orlando’s Famous Plaza Live
As one of the oldest theaters in Orlando and the city’s first ever two-screen cinema, the Plaza Live has been a part of central Florida history since 1963. Here’s a fun fact: Up until the early 1990s, the Plaza Live was the place to be if you were a fan of the cult-classic Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Today, the venue is the 3rd largest seated theatre in central Florida and a fabulous place to catch a show. With reserved capacity of 903 and standing room just over 1,200, you’ll be up close and personal with the performance even if you’re seated in the balcony.
- Plaza Live | 425 North Bumby Avenue, Orlando, FL 32803 | 888.929.7849
Toe-Tapping in Tampa
When it comes to musical variety, Tampa is one of the most diverse cities in the state of Florida. The Spanish arrived 500 years looking for gold and the city’s still evolving after all these years.
Begin your search of intimate concerts playing in Tampa with visits to the New World Brewery and Skipper’s Smokehouse, then head on over to the Crowbar in Historic Ybor City. 7 nights a week the Crow’s Nest Beer Garden will get your blood pumping and legs dancing – even on Ol’ Dirty Sunday!
- Crowbar | 1812 N 17th St Tampa, FL 33605 | 813.241.8600
- Skipper’s Smokehouse | 910 Skipper Road, Tampa, FL | 813.971.0666
- New World Brewery | 1313 East 8th Avenue | 813.248.4969
Fort Myers and Naples Sing the Blues
Fort Myers real estate is usually known for stunning beaches and tropical bliss – but one visit to Buckingham Blues Bar will show you a different side of this SW Florida jewel. The Buckingham boasts a curious story. It was once known as one of the dingiest bars around but a big-time remodel and shift in philosophy now means it’s where you want to be for harmonicas and beer.
For a less Harley Davidson themed evening, Agave Bar and Grill in Naples is fantastic for Mexican food and Latin music. The 86 Room Speakeasy hosts Elvis and Johnny Cash type cover bands or jazz. The Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall offers big name performers and visiting symphonies.
- Buckingham Blues Bar | 7465, 5641 Buckingham Rd, Fort Myers, FL 33905 | 239.693.7111
- 86 Room Speakeasy | 22 Patio de Leon, Fort Myers, FL | 239.332.0014
- Agave Bar and Grill | 2380 Vanderbilt Beach Rd. Naples, FL | 239.598.3473
- Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall | 13350 FSW Parkway, Fort Myers, FL | 800.440.7469
Vaudeville to Metal: Music History in Chicago
Housed in the old Crystal Theater, circa 1910, the Rochaus has been entertaining patrons in West Dundee for over 100 years. Completely gutted and remodeled in 2012, the venue has hosted top rock bands and serves as an oasis for performing artists and the fans that pay to see them.
- Rochaus | 96 West Main Street, West Dundee, Illinois 60118 | 815.482.2870
New Build Homes that are Music to Your Ears
Taylor Morrison is a home builder that beats to a different drum. We understand that like your taste in music, your home says as much about you as your words ever will.
Rock and roll!