The Roseland Ballroom opened its door in the 1920s, but Billboard Magazine reports the famous music venue will close in April.
Goodbye, Roseland Ballroom. The historic Midtown venue will close in April, Billboard.com reported Saturday, citing an internal email.
The Roseland began as a popular ragtime and jazz venue in the 1920s, but in recent decades Fred Astaire has been succeeded by acts like Madonna, the Rolling Stones and Beyoncé.
Those wanting to catch a show at the Roseland still have plenty of opportunities: Upcoming concerts at the venue include Chris Brown and Danity Kane, New World Punx and Panic! At The Disco.