New music venue Cannonball Music Hall to jazz up Salvage Yard

Cannonball Music Hall will join Salvage Yard’s lineup in late 2024 and will add music to the entertainment district as well as a space for burgeoning bands.

A rendering of Salvage Yard at Raleigh Iron Works.

Salvage Yard will feature three reimagined warehouses with a variety of entertainment-oriented businesses.

Renderings provided by Grubb Ventures

Mixed-use development Salvage Yard will add a live music venue to its already stacked lineup. Cannonball Music Hall will join the development led by Grubb Ventures in late 2024.

In addition to its performance space and a diverse selection of local bevs, the music hall will feature month-to-month rentable practice spaces for up-and-coming bands in the area, according to a press release. Cannonball will showcase a variety of genres, including pop, blues, rock, metal, and plenty more.

“We envision Salvage Yard and the entire Raleigh Iron Works District as the Raleigh area’s foremost entertainment destination, and this addition further enriches our dynamic community,” said McKenzie Wilson, Director of Leasing at Grubb Ventures, in a press release. “We’re excited to provide a platform for local musicians, fostering a thriving music scene that aligns with our evolving project.”

Salvage Yard is located along Atlantic Avenue and Laurelbrook Street and neighbors the growing Raleigh Iron Works development.

Cannonball Music Hall is the fourth tenant confirmed for Salvage Yard. Raleigh Iron Works’ Jaguar Bolera’s pickleball space, Triangle Rock Club, and Bond Brothers’ NOCO taproom will join the district.