Venue 578 History
VENUE578 is an internationally acclaimed Orlando staple featuring a multidimensional entertainment complex bridging together world renowned talent with cutting-edge production and sound design. Formerly known as Firestone Live, it has developed itself into one of the nation’s leading historical concert and entertainment venues.
Every week Venue578 hosts National and International acts, welcoming droves of guests between the ages of 18 and 45. Venue578 boasts over 100 concerts annually, 25+ corporate events, 10+ outdoor music festivals, for a total of over 175 weekly entertainment driven events.
Located in the historic Firestone Tire & Auto building of 1928, Venue578 carries on the rich history of its namesake - with a twist. From cars to concerts, every wall of the two-story Depression-era architecture tells a tale. In 1993, amidst a burgeoning electronic music scene in Orlando, the venue was transformed from Harvey Firestone’s industrial factory into a multimillion dollar entertainment complex.
Hailed now as one of the “freshest nightclubs in the world” by Billboard Magazine and Rolling Stone Magazine, Venue578 has fabricated a legendary roster of National and International acts such as Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Indigo Girls, Snoop Dog, Ice T, Everything but the Girl, Jewel plus chart topping DJs such as The Crystal Method, Sasha & Digweed, Paul Van Dyke, Girl Talk, and countless others.