Thalia is a historic building landmark built in 1892 by John Dusek as a community hall. Currently, it hosts concerts by well-known artists and special events. In addition to the thalia hall, there is a central meeting place with a tavern, Dusek's board & beer, and two bars, Punch House and Tack Room. There is a standing room on the floor and seats on the balconies. The artists come from many different genres, but they're always great picks.
The tickets get sold out fast; book at your earliest.
All seated tickets are first-come, first-served for the performances. Guests should plan to arrive early to get the best seats or to ensure that a large party is all seated together.
Most shows don't require any seats; they are enjoyd while standing on the floor.
Plenty of parking is available; 18th street offers meter parking, while Racine does not require permits or meters. Free street parking is also available along the train tracks on 16th street between Ashland and Racine.