The 3rd floor of 508 Park will be dedicated to music recording and education. In the same location where the Light Crust Doughboys, Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys, the Crystal Spring Ramblers, Black Boy Shine, W. Lee O’Daniel and his Hillbilly Boys, Robert Johnson, and many others recorded, current musicians and students will be able to record.
The Museum of Street Culture
The Museum of Street Culture presents film, music and architectural history exhibitions and public programs. Exhibitions focus on the homeless and the art they create, as well as current directions in street culture, including performance, installation and emerging art forms. Learn more about The Museum of Street Culture and its upcoming events.
Coffee Bar & Gift Shop
The 1st floor of 508 Park will include a coffee bar and gift shop, as well as the Museum of Street Culture and the Art Studio. Stay tuned here for updates!