Anticipation is building - what will Music Hall look like when the renovation is complete? While tickets to the ''Unwrapped'' event are sold out, you can still see the ''new'' Music Hall. On Saturday, October 7, there's an open house from 10am until 3pm and SPMH will have Program Guides at several locations to help out and answer questions.

If you're not available, and would like an entertaining and informative one-hour tour, SPMH is working with CAA and the Music Hall resident companies to set up indoor tours of the structure. Details will be released soon!

For everyone who was able to get tickets to the Unwrapped event: an exciting evening is planned: behind-the-scenes guided tours, lite bites with soft drinks, cash bar, and music by the Faux Frenchmen.

You'll have an opportunity to talk with preservationist Thea Tjepkema and archivist Ed Rider, both SPMH board members, about the renovation and get details on future SPMH projects for Music Hall, including exterior detailing!

On your guided tour, SPMH Program Guides will share stories and answer questions about Music Hall, its event-filled history, and all the renovations that have occurred since it was built.

As a special bonus, attendees who sign up as a new SPMH member will get a Music Hall ornament memento, the SPMH publication Music Hall Marks, and a full-year membership to SPMH.

Proceeds from this event benefit SPMH, the Society for the Preservation of Music Hall a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which means they benefit Music Hall itself!

SPMH Board member and Preservationist Thea Tjepkema

SPMH Board member and Preservationist Thea Tjepkema

Mural "Allegory of the Arts" by John Rettig

Mural "Allegory of the Arts" by John Rettig