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School of Rock Mason: Tribute to the Talking Heads "Stop Making Sense"
School of Rock Mason: Tribute to the Talking Heads "Stop Making Sense"

Sat, Jan 20


The Brightside Dayton

School of Rock Mason: Tribute to the Talking Heads "Stop Making Sense"

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Time & Location

Jan 20, 2024, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM

The Brightside Dayton, 905 E 3rd St, Dayton, OH 45402, USA

About the event

School of Rock Mason debuts at The Brightside with an exuberant tribute to the famed Stop Making Sense concert performed by the Talking Heads 40 years ago. The concert was immortalized on film in what is considered one of the greatest rock concert movies ever. Talking Heads blended New Wave, funk, art rock, and world music to create a new music of their own. School of Rock Mason, which boasts some of the best young musicians in the area, will capture the spirit of the music and the performance of the original concert with their show.


Saturday, January 20, 2024

The Brightside Music & Event Venue (905 E 3rd. St, Dayton)

Doors 7pm / Show 7:30pm

All ages welcome

Tickets are general admission and $10 in advance HERE:

$15 day of the show (at the door)


There is free off-street parking on both sides of the building (first come, first serve). Please see our parking map on our website,, for information. Please be mindful when you park that you are not blocking any other patrons in. Additional parking is available in the surrounding areas if the lots are full.

The venue is handicapped-accessible and has installed UV-C filters to sanitize circulated air. 

Both alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages are for sale. No outside beverages are allowed.

Purses and small bags are allowed. No backpacks, please. Weapons of any kind and fireworks are strictly prohibited. 

Most events do not allow re-entry, so please plan appropriately. There is a patio for smoking.


School of Rock Mason teaches music making to kids and adults through private lessons in guitar, bass, drums, keys and vocals and through performance programs that get its students performing together live on stage at real rock venues. In the 12 years that the school has been open, its students have put on more than 200 different shows.

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