For more than a decade The Vox has worked to create a space where people within the community can experience live music, not just hear it. The original idea behind the concert series? Create a room within the community that could transform to host rock bands, blues, bluegrass, jazz, singer/songwriters, classical music, kids shows and even comedy acts! Our aim is to provide a place in the community where residents can experience culture more typical of a larger city without having to take the time, risk the weather, or incur the travel expense (gas, food, hotel, etc.) of going to a larger metropolitan area. Not to mention the challenge of making arrangements for the kids when taking those trips.
We work very hard to make Vox an exceptional place to experience a concert – with intimate performances, crystal-clear sound, and without a bad seat in the room. In 2017, Vox established a permanent venue location with its 200-seat capacity listening room after using mostly rented spaces within the community since opening in 2005. Listening room performances include a reserved seating option, offering an up-front view of the stage and a table to set your drink. General admission seating is also available.
GENERAL TICKET / PRICING INFORMATION
All tickets are sold via Vendini. All ticket purchases carry a transaction fee unless otherwise noted. This fee will be added onto tickets purchased during completion of the transaction.
Please note that the ticket policies vary by the event and are posted on that event page. Please read these policies prior to purchasing your tickets.
Our staff works to create an experience with music that is satisfying, meaningful, but most of all, inspiring. We carefully pick and choose artists that have passion and drive to touch an audience, rather than just perform for them. Vox is considered a boutique platform for artists to display their own personal portfolios in an intimate setting. This allows for an exciting experience that comfortably serves a personal connection for both the artist as well as the audience.
We believe in consistently presenting great musicians, a great experience to those that attend and doing so at the lowest price we can. Hosting concert events requires a considerable amount of time, effort, investment, and overhead costs to do so properly and remain viable over the long term.
Will Call service is available in at the door for all advance tickets purchased online with a Valid Photo ID & the credit card used to purchase the ticket.
The Vox is not responsible for tickets sold second-hand via Craigslist, eBay, StubHub, Facebook and other similar websites. Once a ticket is scanned at the door duplicates are automatically rejected. We do not advise buying a photocopy of a print at home ticket. This is one of the easiest frauds. The best place to purchase advance tickets is by calling our ticket service at 1-855-444-4036 available Monday-Friday from 8am-8pm CST or via our website anytime.
If you have lost or damaged your tickets, please call box office during the stated hours.
Tickets purchased are done so for the date of the event. No Refunds or exchanges. Although rare, line-ups are subject to change without notice. Any refunds for canceled shows that cannot be rescheduled will be issued as a credit on Vox gift cards, less any ticketing, processing or shipping fees charged.
What is The Vox?
The Vox is Marshfield, Wisconsin’s premier listening room venue, offering national and regionally touring acts in an intimate setting. Our goal is to provide a quality, exceptional concert experience to every guest who enters our door as well as every act which graces our stage. We’re keenly focused on becoming one of the best listening rooms in the United States.
Where are Vox events held?
The Vox is located at 113 E. 4th St. in Marshfield, Wisconsin. Our outdoor summer concerts series is held at Columbia Park Band Shell found at 201 W Arnold St in Marshfield, Wisconsin. Conveniently situated in the heart of Central Wisconsin, our events are within walking distance of some of Marshfield’s best dining, hotels, nightlife, and outdoor opportunities.
Who are these musicians?
Since our first event in 2005, Vox has hosted more than 200 events within the community, including partnerships with charity fundraisers, currently averaging 35+ events per year. We feature high quality, recognizable acts such as Sam Llanas (formerly of the BoDeans), Tony Lucca (finalist on NBC’s The Voice), Matt White (featured performer on The Bachelorette), and Tyler Hilton (musician and movie/television actor: Walk the Line, One Tree Hill) to name a few. In addition to more famous names, we aspire to provide local musicians, very talented emerging musicians from Chicago, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, New York, Nashville, Austin, Los Angeles, and musicians from various other countries (New Zealand, Canada, England, Finland) a welcoming stage in Central Wisconsin. Many of the new musicians that emerge on radio and television have to play somewhere and hone their craft before “breaking out”. We strive to make one of those locations our stage in Marshfield, Wisconsin!
What time do events start / how long do they run?
Doors typically open around 7:00pm, about 60 minutes before to the start time of the show. Most shows end around 10:00pm
Are there age restrictions on any of your shows?
Our venue is 21+, unless otherwise stated. Anyone 20 and under attending a regular event or any Meet & Greet opportunities MUST be accompanied by a parent or guardian that is 21 or older. No exceptions. An expired license or passport is NOT considered valid and cannot be accepted. Please make sure to have your ticket & Valid Photo ID prior to arriving at the venue for a seamless experience.
What do I need to bring with me to a show?
Please verify the age restrictions of the show via the event listing, prior to purchasing the tickets as to avoid any disappointment the day of an event. A Valid Photo ID may be required to enter the venue. An expired license or passport is NOT considered valid and cannot be accepted. Please make sure to have your ticket & Valid Photo ID prior to arriving at the venue in case it is needed.
What is Vox's Photo, Audio, or Video policy?
The Vox asks that you please leave all Pro-Rig and DSLR cameras at home unless you have been granted a pre-approved photo pass from the venue and artist prior to the show. You can inquire about individual show policies via email@example.com to request permission.
What kinds of concessions are available?
We do offer a variety of bottled beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages available at each event. Due to State law, no carry-ins are allowed.
There are plenty of great restaurants within a few blocks of the venue. Please visit the Marshfield section of our website for more information.
What form of payment do you accept?
Tickets, merchandise, and concessions can be paid for using these major credit cards: Mastercard, VISA, American Express, and Discover. No checks accepted. But there’s always cash!
Are you ADA compliant?
Our venue is ADA accessible and ADA compliant. If you are in need of handicap accessible seats, please contact us directly at 715-502-9850.