Ruby Diamond Concert Hall
In 2010 the newly christened Ruby Diamond Concert Hall was reopened following a 38 million dollar renovation that completely transformed the facility into a 1260 seat music performance space and added state of the art production systems along with dressing rooms, wardrobe, catering kitchen, green room, production offices, and a large rehearsal room. The renovation also created space for the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Lobby which welcomes visitors to Westcott and RDCH. Today the performance hall is seen as a cultural icon not only at the university, but within the Tallahassee arts community.
Directions & Parking
Ruby Diamond Concert Hall is located within the Westcott Building at 222 South Copeland Street at the intersection with West College Avenue.
General parking is available in the Diffenbaugh Lot on the corner of West Jefferson Street and South Copeland Street, as well as in the student lot on the corner of College Avenue and Macomb Street.
Parking is also available in the two lots across the street from the Westcott Building; however these lots are often reserved for members and subscribers of the presenting organization.
Handicap parking is available at the North entrance of the Westcott Building which can be accessed from Convocation Way via West Call Street. The Handicap Parking map for Ruby Diamond is below.