The Dressing Room

220 E. Roosevelt St.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Colorfully quirky and filled with bohemian charm, this shoebox-shaped structure located adjacent to MonOrchid fits in with the eccentric array of galleries, boutiques, art spaces, and music venues dotting Roosevelt Row in downtown Phoenix. Most of the week, it serves as a rehearsal and recording space for the members of rock band Wooden Indian. On First Fridays and occasional weekends, however, the Dressing Room hosts gigs by local rock and indie acts, where standing-room-only crowds are lit by the glow of Christmas lights hanging from the exposed rafters.

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