Venue Information

VENUE ACCESSIBILITY: Unfortunately the Starlite Room (including Temple Bar) and River City Revival House does not have wheelchair access. Our near centennial building also has quite a bit of stairs which has also been an issue for people with limited mobility.

If you, your friend or family member are have limited mobility (broken ankle, pregnant, etc.) or are in a wheelchair please contact us at or with the subject line “Mobility Issues” our friendly staff and ownership group is more than happy to accommodate any special needs, including manual wheelchairs.

We understand that these option are not ideal. We are truly sorry for any inconveniences this may cause you or your party. We were working towards creating an accessible space for all people by 2022, unfortunately the pandemic put a major strain on our finances, and these projects were put on hold until hopefully 2024/2025.

RESTROOMS: Starlite Room currently has five restrooms open to the public. Two gender specific restrooms and three all gendered restrooms.

ALL AGES EVENTS: The Starlite Room (including Temple Bar) occasionally hosts events where minors are welcome. On the event listing (on our main page or event calendar) you will be able to see if the event is “18+, no minors allowed” or an “all ages” event prior to purchasing tickets. All aged events are an incredible way to engage youth with the arts community and Edmonton’s robust live music scene. We cannot always guarantee that artists and bands won’t cuss or have song lyrics that are appropriate for all ages. Hearing protection is always recommend for anyone under the age of 18 years old.

THE STARLITE ROOM: Is open to all genres and walks of life and follows the rich musical history begun by previous incarnations in the same building such as the Bronx, the Rev and Lush. For more information on the rich history of our building please visit the “ABOUT” tab. 

MAIN HALL:The entrance is located either through the gate on the North side of the building or through the main double doors at the front of the building. All events are 18+ unless otherwise noted as an all aged event. 

TEMPLE BAR: Entrance is through the gate on the North side of the building. All events are 18+ unless otherwise noted as an all aged event.

RIVER CITY REVIVAL HOUSE: In January 2018 we began renovations of the Brixx Bar. In May 2018 we re-opened as a restaurant/lounge River City Revival House. Revival is open to the public (we never have a cover charge or host ticketed events), minors are welcome until 9pm, and are open 7 days a week! 5pm until at least 12am Sunday through Thursday (until 2am on Starlite Show nights) and 5pm until 2am Fridays, Saturdays, and the night before stat holidays, offering a full menu every day until 12am. River City Revival House’s entrance is located through the main double doors at the front of the building. Reservations are not required but are highly suggested prior to a Starlite event. For reservations please email


The Starlite Room, River City Revival House, ConcertWorks (head office), Starlite Sessions (head office) and Be Seen Street Team (Edmonton office) acknowledge that we are on Treaty 6 territory. We acknowledge and respect the history and land of the first people in this area. Treaty 6 territory is the ancestral and traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Blackfoot, Saulteaux, Nakota Sioux and Metis, we would like to pay respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We acknowledge this land as an act of gratitude to those whose territory we reside on, whose footsteps have marked this land for generations.


But just as we acknowledge the land we must speak out against the atrocities that Indigenous people face: the individual and systemic anti-Indigenous racism; the history, reality and trauma of residential schools; the brutalization and murder of Indigenous people at the hands of police; the lack of access to drinking water; poverty; substandard healthcare; broken treaties; environmental harm; employment discrimination; over-policing; and oppressive incarceration rates.

We must also acknowledge our complicity in the systems and structures that seek erasure instead of equality, incarceration instead of inclusion. And then use our voices and privilege to demand change.