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Concert Concierge


All Salisbury Symphony Orchestra concerts are held in Holloway Hall Auditorium on the Salisbury University campus, unless noted otherwise.

Holloway Hall, 1101 Camden Avenue, is located at the corner of Camden and W. College avenues.

Convenient parking is usually available in the Camden Parking Lot F (behind Blackwell Library)and Scarborough Student Leadership Center lots off Camden Avenue. Overflow parking is available in the Commons lot off Camden Avenue. For more details, please see the Parking Map.

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Concerts and events normally take place in Holloway Hall Auditorium. Convenient parking is usually available in the Blackwell Library and Scarborough Leadership Center lots off Camden Avenue. Overflow parking is available in the Commons lot off Camden Avenue (see numbered orange boxes in maps below).

  1. Camden Parking Lot F (behind Blackwell Library)
  2. Scarborough Student Leadership Center
  3. Camden Parking Lot E (in front of The Commons, Chester and Severn Quads)

Note: Please feel free to drop off fellow concert-goers at the Blackwell Library lot (1) where vehicles can easily circle around.


Holloway Hall Auditorium

Holloway Hall is the first structure built on campus and currently serves primarily as the administrative office building of the University.

Planned in 1922, the auditorium in Holloway Hall was designed with a gymnasium opening into the rear of the stage. It was so arranged that doors between the auditorium and gymnasium could have been opened, making one large stage which can be used for athletic exhibition, large chorus work, etc. The back of the balcony had a motion picture projection booth. Unfortunately, the construction of the auditorium-gymnasium was deferred until the General Assembly of 1927 provided the necessary funds.

Opened in the fall of 1928, the auditorium was used for college assembly periods and productions by the Sophanes Players, a student dramatic group. The Community Concert Association and similar local groups presented programs of a cultural nature in the auditorium, the largest of its kind in this area. On October 19, 1928, the auditorium was first used by the Wicomico County Parent Teachers' Association on Friday, October 19th. The Glee Club performed "The Dragon of Wu Foo" on February 8, 1929 and on February 29, 1932, a pageant celebrating the George Washington Bi-centennial was held in the auditorium.

The Holloway Auditorium, located just inside the main entrance of Holloway Hall and up the marble stairs adorned with massive pillars, is now a modern 687-seat auditorium. Major renovations occurred in the fall of 2013 within the auditorium and they include: a new state of the art sound system using cutting edge technology; an all new lighting system utilizing LED fixtures; a new video projection system, new seating and a wheelchair lift to the stage.

Holloway Hall Auditorium

Nearby Hotels (within 2 miles of the University)

Hampton Inn & Suites
304 Prosperity Lane
Fruitland, MD 21826

La Quinta Inn & Suites
300 S. Salisbury Boulevard
Salisbury, MD 21801

Nearby Restaurants (within 2 miles of the University)

Sobo’s Wine Beerstro
1015 Eastern Shore Drive
Salisbury, MD 21804

Adam’s Taphouse Grille
219 S. Fruitland Boulevard
Fruitland, MD 21826

Lucky Star
208 N. Fruitland Boulevard
Fruitland, MD 21826

Evolution Craft Brewing Co. & Public House
201 E. Vine St.
Salisbury, MD 21804


Arrival – Concerts generally begin at 7:30 p.m. and doors will open approximately 30 minutes prior to concert time.

Late Seating – Late seating should take place during the first convenient pause in the concert program.

During the Performance – We respectfully request no talking, whispering, humming, texting or moving your personal belongings to ensure that you and others around you enjoy an optimum setting for the concert.

Applause – Please applaud at the conclusion of a full piece of music. Consider using your program as a guide to follow the SSO’s progression through each piece.

Cameras/Recording – All cameras and recording equipment are prohibited during SSO concerts.

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