The 100 Men Hall is a one of a kind venue for weddings and receptions - brimming with historical ambiance and charm. Have your first dance in the same place Etta James sang "At Last" and soak in the sounds of many legends from the Chitlin Circuit.
The Hall’s table and chairs may be configured in a wide array of arrangements with white linen or blue checked oil tablecloths provided. There are Hollywood chairs and a VIP area with leather sofa and club chairs. There are movable walls to set up a custom photo booth. There is a sound system that accommodates a live band, DJ or playlist. Best of all - there is an historical dance floor that has the indelible imprint of a hundred years of good times.
The wedding reception fee includes access to the Hall the entire day of the wedding to decorate and prepare. There is also parking on the grounds. The wedding reception is a three-hour event.
Want to get married at the 100 Men Hall? For an additional fee, we have lovely grounds, the Tin Shed porch, and the stage at the 100 Men Hall that could accommodate your wedding ceremony. The director, Rachel Dangermond, is an ordained minister who officiates weddings.
If you are interested in renting the Hall, please let us know so we could secure your date on the calendar.
The rental fee for the wedding reception is $4,500 and requires a $1000 deposit to secure your date. The fee includes access to the Hall the entire day of the wedding plus tables, chairs and the sound system. Access to the Hall for decorating the day before is an additional $1000. The bar offers many options - a cash bar, a hosted bar, and/or a per person fee not included in rental. The Hall also works with top notch caterers, florists, and photographers who are familiar with events here (not included with the Hall fee). Interested in renting the Hall and grounds, which include the Tin Shed porch, the fee is $5,500. Inside the Tin Porch is available to rent as well for an additional $500, bringing the total to $6000.
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We also provide an entire outdoor wedding that ensures social distancing and masking during the pandemic.
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