Gayville Hall

 

502 Washington St.
Gayville, SD (605) 267-2859

Welcome to Gayville Hall
Our 17th season is underway!

     Gayville Hall is a music hall started in 2001 that features many genres of music, including folk, country, popular song, bluegrass, and jazz. It is located in Gayville, South Dakota, 10 miles east of Yankton and 14 miles west of Vermillion. Established in an 1879 mercantile building that had been a grocery store for 120 years, the hall features a small raised stage surrounded on three sides by 160 chairs. The acoustics of the room are very good, and audiences and musicians love the hall's intimacy and simple setting. Most also love the fact that Gayville Hall is a non-alcoholic, non-smoking venue. Patrons come for the two-hour music show, not for smoke and alcohol. Soft beverages and snacks are available. The hall is air conditioned. An art gallery and historical displays of music and Americana dress up the hall. Come see a show!


 

Upcoming Shows:

Saturday, April 29, 8 p.m.: “The Hay Country Jamboree,” starring Good People (Bruce Gray and Becca and Cindy Gehm), John and Susan McNeill, Matt Kiger, and Joe Sokolowski.

Saturday, May 13, 8 p.m.:  “A Celebration of Johnny Cash,” starring John and Susan McNeill, Nick Schwebach and Owen DeJong.

Saturday, June 3, 8 p.m.:  “The Hay Country Jamboree,” starring Mike & Jay, Dan Kilbride, Ervin Pickhinke, and Boyd Bristow.

Saturday, June 24, 8 p.m.: “Gayville Hall’s Big-Time, Two-Hour Jazz Jam VII,” starring the Public Domain Tune Band, L.A. Saxophonist Roger Neumann, and pianist Terry Brooks.

Saturday, July 8, 8 p.m.:   “The Hay Country Jamboree,” starring John and Susan McNeill, Owen DeJong, Nick Schwebach, and guests.

Saturday, July 29, 8 p.m.:   “The Poker Alice Band with Brenda George.

Call (605) 267-2859 for ticket information.

 

The Home of Old Time Music

Gayville Hall Tickets

$12.50 at the Box Office   $15 Reserved Seats

 

Box Office opens at

7 p.m. on day of show, unless otherwise noted

For reservations,
call 605-267-2859

 

“No One’s Gay in Gayville, Except on Saturday Night”
Song lyrics by Doug Sharples