Dr. Phillips Center Hosts Ribbon Cutting for Judson’s Live

Judson's Live

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Orlando held the ribbon cutting for the grand opening of its FIFTH venue, the Joyce & Judson Green Room, better known as Judson’s Live.

Judson’s Live was designed as an intimate space for music with an elevated stage and seating area for up to 150 guests. The guest experience is 90-minutes, with a 50-minute performance.

Guests will also enjoy a seasonal driven curated menu that features shareable plates, developed by the arts center’s executive chef, Jason Klingensmith. Additionally, a craft cocktail and extensive brown spirits menu will be presented alongside wine offerings, hand-selected by the in-house sommelier.

The venue is located in the newer wing, behind Steinmetz Hall.

At today's ribbon cutting, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Jerry Demmings joined Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts chair emeritus Jim Pugh and board of directors member Joyce Green to officially welcome this new entertainment venue to Orlando.
Jim Pugh, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Joyce Green, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demmings, and DPC CEO Kathy Ramsberger

At today’s ribbon cutting, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Jerry Demmings joined Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts chair emeritus Jim Pugh and board of directors member Joyce Green to officially welcome this new entertainment venue to Orlando.

Judson’s Live is set to welcome music performers starting with Twisted Pine on February 6, 2024, followed by Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis February 8 & 9, Selwyn Birchwood February 10, and Jane Monheit on February 14th, among previously announced acts.

To see the full schedule through April 2024, or to purchase tickets, visit DrPhillipsCenter.org.

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