Warehouse 3,82

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Warehouse 3,82
VHB, for now...
MR2Di4 (talk) 01:52, 7 March 2019 (UTC)
a warehouse

Foulkes Village [3, 82]

a carpark Ryse Place Raines Grove
Finlay Boulevard a warehouse Fyfhyde Plaza
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Basic Info:

  • Warehouses can be barricaded normally.

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The Heatherdome

Description

An old brick and glass warehouse. Inside a crude stage is nestled among the iron beams and rafters. Somebody has spraypainted "Welcome to the HEATHERDOME!" onto a wall. Wild flowers still grow here when the weather is right.

Barricade Policy

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Maintained at EHB in the dark when there are no shows playing. In the event of a show, a well-fueled generator and Christmas lights are welcome and encouraged.

History

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One of the older warehouses in Foulkes Village and one of the most storied. For most of its history, the Heatherdome served a variety of industrial purposes, including a plumbing supply warehouse and newspaper distribution center. By 1978 the warehouse had been abandoned for years and was situated in a decaying and mostly vacant neighborhood.

The building was adopted by a group of local punks, who began calling it "The Heatherdome" on account of the grounds being overgrown with wild heather plants, a beautiful pink and white flower. During this time several illegal underground shows took place, hosting mostly one-time performances by a variety of punk acts including The Adverts, Eddie and the Hotrods and the Buzzcocks.
On August 23rd, 1979, Conrad Ketnor, the son of local politician Joseph Ketnor, died of a drug overdose at one of the shows. Shortly thereafter, local law enforcement cracked down on the scene and the Heatherdome was once again quiet.

Styx live at the Heatherdome, post-outbreak

However the reputation of those early underground shows lived on, and the building was eventually reclaimed as a concert hall in the early 90s where it hosted a variety of shows. While it's official name was "Finlay Joint" many people continued to call it the Heatherdome.
After the outbreak, a number well-dressed women all sharing the first name of Heather redecorated the building, leaving "Heatherdome" graffiti on the inner walls.
Now, in the post-apocalypse, the building has continued to provide death-weary survivors a small shred of enjoyment. Recently the Heatherdome was host to The Band Styx attended by Heathers from all around Malton, CAPDs finest, and a smattering of amazed and bewildered locals.


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