Built in the 1920's during the Spanish Revival Period, the Madrid is one grand venue. With full restoration of its original trappings completed in 2001, doors were opened to eager audiences and several memorable shows have since followed- Interpol, the Cramps and Modest Mouse to name a few. Doing right by its heritage, the Madrid also features salsa dancing every Friday night, and while it's hard to miss the ornate fountain in the tiled lobby, the art nouveau angels in the ceiling are best seen from the capacious upper level and balconies. If ever backstage, keep an eye out for the bullet holes that riddle the area just beneath the stage- it's rumored they're a result of sharp shooting by Al Capone himself.

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