The Old Cigar Warehouse hosting first Venue Showcase of 2018


Those looking to host a wedding, private party or corporate event at The Old Cigar Warehouse in 2018 have the opportunity to explore the historic downtown space later at a free Venue Showcase in early February.

The Venue Showcase will be held on Thursday, February 1 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. The free showcase features the Old Cigar Warehouse fully staged for a mock event, and also includes the venues’ exclusive group of local vendors, who will be on-site to provide information on their services and how their expertise can fit the needs of any event. People interested in attending need to register here or by following this link:

Vendors include: Holmes Catering, Timeless Events, Renee Burroughs Design, Nard’s Backward BBQ, Cotton Rouge and Co., FamZing Photography & Video, Liquid Catering, Topside Pool Club, Tri-County Rentals, Noveli Photography, Holly’s Cakes, Fun in the Sun Vacation, Blush Nutrition, Just Write! By Nan and Uptown Entertainment. Beverage services will be provided during Liquid Catering during the event.

“If you’ve heard about the Old Cigar Warehouse but haven’t had a chance to see it for yourself, this is the perfect time to come experience all our venue has to offer in a casual, fun setting,” said Courtney Hamilton, the venue’s sales manager. “Between the mock event staging and our wonderful local vendors, guests will walk away with a true feel for the southern hospitality that our venue offers.”

About The Old Cigar Warehouse:
Located at 912 S. Main Street across from Fluor Field in the West End, The Old Cigar Warehouse features more than 7,000 square feet of event space, an open catering policy and full event support, allowing the venue to deliver a seamless event. The Old Cigar Warehouse was built in 1882 and historically used as a warehouse for cigars and cotton. With 30-foot-high ceilings, exposed brick and stained floors, the warehouse is sure to inspire the most creative of events.  Learn more at

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