Country music awards program honors Grand Junction venue

Warehouse 25sixty-five in Grand Junction was selected as venue of the year as part of the Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards program. The facility was selected over six other venues in six states. (Photo courtesy Warehouse 25sixty-five)

Warehouse 25sixty-five in Grand Junction has been recognized as a top regional venue for country music performers.

Warehouse 25sixty-five was selected as the venue of the year as part of the 2020 Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards program.

“This is a we award for sure,” said Butch Miller, co-owner of Warehouse 25sixty-five along with Terri Miller and Noel and Ryar Hayward.

“We have to first thank our incredible staff — from bartenders, servers, kitchen to sound and lights. We are blessed with an amazing team,” Butch Miller said. “We love country music and we love that we can bring great acts from all over the country to play in our intimate venue for y’all,”

Warehouse 25sixty-five was selected from among a total of seven venues in six states.

The Rocky Mountain Country Music Awards showcases efforts in Colorado and eight other states, including the top musicians, vocalists and songwriters and their songs, albums and performances as well as venues and events.

Warehouse 25sixty-five is located 2565 American Way and includes a concert venue as well as restaurant and bar. For more information, visit www.warehouse2565.com.