Music Haven Star Bar Reopens Following A Change In Ownership

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Music Haven Star Bar Reopens Following A Change In Ownership

The Little Five Points music venue is back open!

Following a closure last January, Star Community Bar is back for business. The Morland Avenue music venue in Little Five Points is now co=owned by Christopher Jackson, Luke Lewis, Dan Meade, and Bruce McLeod.

Slowly easing back into things for the summer season, the venue are “cautiously optimistic” to have a full entertainment calendar back by fall.

Right now you can enjoy your beverage of choice in Little Vinyl Lounge, or on their back patio downstairs. The first live gig is scheduled for June, with limited capacity.

On Saturday 5th June, Tuk Smith & the Restless Hearts are headline an evening of awesome music, with evenings like it planned throughout the season.




The bar opened in 1991 inside an old Citizens and Southern National Bank (C&S Bank). Known for its nights of electronic music, the venue has hosted music events from all genres, comedy, cabaret, and more!

The closure of the venue was announced in a public statement made last December by previous owner Kahle Davis, who had owned the music lovers paradise since 2013.

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