Sky Church

EMP's mammoth indoor HD LED screen and a top-notch space in which to celebrate music.

  1. EMP celebrated the opening of AC/DC: Australia's Family Jewels with a headbangin' performance by Hell's Belles in Sky Church, where the all-female tribute band made up of Mandy Reed (bass guitar), Adrian Conner (lead guitar), Lisa Brisbois (rhythm guitar), Laura D (drums), and Australian-born Amber Saxon (Vocals), delivered one of the world’s hardest-rocking bands in sound and spirit.

    Pictured: Hell's Belles performing in Sky Church for the opening night of AC/DC: Australia's Family Jewels.

    Photo by EMP staff.

  2. A look at Sky Church from the third floor of the museum.

    Photo by Nat Seymour of Be Technical Graphics.

  3. Sky Church during Vibrations, an artistic short film.

A concert venue capable of holding up to 800 guests, Sky Church boasts 70-foot ceilings, state-of-the-art sound and lighting, and a mammoth indoor HD LED screen.

Inspired by a term Jimi Hendrix used to describe a place where people of all ages and cultures could come to collectively celebrate musical experiences, Sky Church sits at the heart of EMP where it acts as a performance space, cinema, and dance hall for various events hosted by the museum throughout the year.