Easy to get up and Close.
Everytime I go, I am never disappointed. The bands rock and you can get real close and see the bands sweat. I also get to meet most of the bands after the show by there bus. Can you say autograph?
This place has all kinds of artist play there, local, national and tribute bands
The sound is great, when I saw Shinedown I thought I was listening to a Cd.
The Drink prices are amazingly cheaper than other venues and the service is swift.
I was really suprized the last time I was there tht it was now non-smoking, which made the enviorment more pleasant.
Don't bother with an accoustic show for sure. Went to see Rocco DeLuca and The Burden tonight. Didn't know "The Burden" was one guy on the drums. Waste of money for a concert, even the performers looked bored to death. This is a great artist, and I assumed people paid to go and see them like I did but it seemed like most of the morons there got free tickets or something because they didn't seem very interested at all in actually listening to the band. The venue was non-smoking for this show and I don't understand why because there was plenty of room for circulation of air. Besides...we live in NC...where tobacco is grown and is the livelyhood of many North Carolinians. The staff was constantly crashing bottles into the trash can. Hint for the staff...IF YOU ARE HOSTING AN ACCOUSTIC SHOW....BE QUIET! Just an overall disappointment. I've only been to 2 shows here, but both times it was complete chaos.
Be careful here!.
My 17 year old daughter attended the G. Love show here last weekend and someone slipped a "Mickey Finn" into her ginger ale. Within minutes she started to become dizzy, incoherent, couldn't focus or stay awake. I found her outside on some steps slumped over - all alone - and rushed her to the ER. I also filed a police report about this.
Great for concerts. Amos' always has the best artists, no matter what kind of music you like. I have seen Musiq Soulchild and Anthony Hamilton here and both concerts were amazing. I never had an issue with the place being smokey although it was rediculously crowded. I am not a person that minds standing up for concerts! It just allows you to get there early and get a good view of the stage. The sound is awesome and the tickets are never pricey!
Best Live Music In Charlotte.
Great Local And National Bands. Most bandfs even hang out after the show to sign autographs.
Cleaner than Treamont, Cheaper than Bobcat, BOA Stadium and Verizon.
Nothing else rocks in Charlotte like Amos' Southend.
Don't go here for concerts!.
I was very upset after trying to go to a concert here and having smoke blown all over me not once but many times.
I got so upset I finally left the place before the main act came on.
They also have very little seating for you and I can't stand up for 3 hours.
If you want a bar, then this place is OK, but if you're going for a concert....don't bother.
Where the young and trendy come to hear the coolest local and regional sounds..
Amos' has been a Charlotte favorite for many years, previously inhabiting a prime spot in front of the Park Road Shopping Center and now Charlotte's South End. The new location offers a roomy dance space, a well-stocked bar and a steady stream of hot local and regional bands. The second story is an intimate balcony that overlooks the stage and is fitted with tables with stools and cozy sofas.
Awesome Amos. Mary Prankster and Angie Aparo, to simple singers, all there a month apart not even. Amos is the place to BE!
great music. Ther is no other place in Charlotte to see and hear bands. The most diverse selection in the best sounding room. also the hottest bartenders in town!!
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