The Capitol Theatre Announces "Cap Family Tiles!" Engraved Entryway Tiles

An Opportunity For Fans To Make Their Permanent Mark On The Venue’s Entryway


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ort Chester, New York - The Capitol Theatre is giving its loyal fan base an opportunity to leave their permanent mark on the historic entryway of the theater with a custom-engraved commemorative Cap Family Tile.

50 years ago, in its heyday, The Capitol Theatre hosted about every major rock ‘n’ roll act from the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, Santana, and Pink Floyd. The 1990s would see the likes of Phish, David Bowie, and The Rolling Stones. Since reopening in 2012 with Bob Dylan as the first act, the venue’s stage has played host to members of the Grateful Dead, Tom Petty, Sheryl Crow, Slash, Steely Dan, Snoop Dogg, Queens of the Stone Age, The Strokes, and many more. Fans can choose from any show from the venue’s storied history to include on a tile.

Cap Family Tiles give patrons the opportunity to become a permanent part of the theater's hallowed ground. Each custom engraved tile includes a name, a favorite show and the date it took place, and an icon to dress up the tile.

A limited number of tiles are available for $450 with a limit of four tiles per person. The engraved tiles are 8x8, consisting of three lines of text, with 20 characters per line (including spaces).

Watch a special message form the owner of The Capitol Theatre, Peter Shapiro BELOW.

Purchases can be made BELOW and will directly support The Capitol Theatre during this crisis and beyond. The theater has seen so many powerful names take the historic stage and now they want to honor the names of their fans. Quantities are limited so they recommend ordering today. For questions, interested parties can email for assistance.

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About The Capitol Theatre:

Designed by celebrated architect Thomas Lamb in 1926 and listed in The National Register of Historic Places, the Capitol is located 30 miles from NYC, accessible by I-95 and only one block from the Port Chester Metro North train station. The 2,000-capacity theater, known as “the original rock palace,” showcased rock legends such as Black Sabbath, Chuck Berry, David Bowie, Derek and the Dominos, Janis Joplin, Pink Floyd, and The Rolling Stones. Jerry Garcia once called it his favorite venue, claiming, “See, there’s only two theaters, man... that are set up pretty groovy all around for music and for smooth stage changes, good lighting and all that – the Fillmore and The Capitol Theatre. And those are the only two in the whole country.”

In 2012, the Capitol Theatre underwent a transformative renovation under the guidance of entrepreneur Peter Shapiro (Brooklyn Bowl, LOCKN' Festival, the "Fare Thee Well" Grateful Dead 50th Anniversary stadium shows, music magazine Relix, FANS). Since then, The Capitol has hosted many of music’s most prominent performers including Bob Dylan, Phil Lesh, Ringo Starr, Neil Young, Skrillex, Snoop Dogg, The Strokes, Tom Petty, Willie Nelson, and many more. The Capitol has also welcomed comedians like Kevin Hart and Amy Schumer. The New York Times raves: “A rock theater that looks and sounds as good as the Capitol is something to celebrate." Billboard agrees: “The lavishly decorated theater -- filled with mirrors, chandeliers and painstakingly restored detail -- looks absolutely stunning and sounds even better."

July 17, 2020 10:25am ET by Shore Fire Media  

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