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Built in 1789 and originally known as The Indian Queen Hotel, this incredible venue is rich in U.S. history. From U.S. Freedom celebrations held in the Queen of Otaheite Tavern in 1797 to special appearances from Martin Van Buren in 1829, this completely renovated 1,100 capacity space is the perfect location to host your next corporate event, private concert, wedding, reception or business meeting. Located in the heart of Wilmington's Historic District, our talented staff handles every detail, so you don’t have to!

General Location: Wilmington

Legendary Venues, Epic Events

As the region’s most celebrated live music venue, The Queen features an extravagant Music Hall and Balcony, as well as a smaller space, the Olympia Room and The Crown. The venue is uniquely positioned to curate soirées of every description. With access to the world’s greatest musical entertainment, full-service event production, state-of-the-art lighting and sound, custom menus and mixology, this unique 60,000 square-foot venue will exceed expectations!

Live Entertainment & Production

Live Nation is the largest entertainment company in the world. Our in-house team can assist you with producing large scale events, including booking local bands, DJs or headlining artists.

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Venue Capacities

Location Reception Banquet Theater Seating
The Olympia Room 200 120 150
The Balcony 250 80 95
Music Hall 675 300 370
The Crown 250 150 100
Knight Bar on 5th 50 N/A N/A

 

Food & Beverage

Catering Provided By: The Queen or via a Preferred Caterers List
Beverage Service Provided By:The Queen

 

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