Reactions to the Bomb Factory5.8.15
As ever, it will be exciting to watch how things will play out in the future, both for the neighborhood and this space. But if the first couple of months at The Bomb Factory’s history are setting any precedent, Dallas should expect big things from this venue.
-Brandon Mickeal, Central Track
The Bomb Factory Made a Stunning Debut in Dallas on Thursday Night
But in opening The Bomb Factory they took no shortcuts, spared no effort in trying to make it a truly exceptional room for live music. It’s hard to express what it’s like to stand inside a 4,000-capacity club filled with people.
-Jeff Gage, Dallas Observer
Apart from a few slight hiccups here and there, the Bomb Factory’s maiden voyage — a sold-out show, with 4,300 people piled into the vast, pitch-dark space — went off without a hitch.
-Preston Jones, Star-Telegram
The Bomb Factory is a top notch place with an excellent sound system, great lighting, no obscured sight lines, and insanely awesome bathrooms (trust me on this one – not waiting in line is an amazing thing mid-show).
-Frank Zaber, Amps and Green Screens
Full disclosure, I expected to hate the venue last night. I’m not a fan of the sound in big concrete venues. I should have had more faith in you! The sound was AMAZING, the bars well tended and the bathrooms spacious. I was very impressed and can’t wait to see another show.
YALL @bombfactorydfw HAS THE CLEANEST, MOST ACCOMMODATING LADIES ROOM I HAVE EVER BEEN IN.
— SWEET V (@pronailprincesa) May 10, 2015
— John Kraemer (@Jkraemer22) May 15, 2015
Sight-lines, sound quality, & AC @bombfactorydfw are all exponentially better than other venues this size in DFW, I’m a fan
— Jason Drübert (@jdruebert) May 10, 2015
A new venue in Dallas that I can say with confidence that will be around for a very long time is The Bomb Factory. This venue is big and exactly what Dallas had been craving.
— Adnan Mirza, MAGNETIC MAGAZINE