PJ Hummel and Company’s World Headquarters is a repurposed century-old factory located in the transportation hub of Tacoma known as the Dome District. The venue, Tin Can Alley, is a facility for human connectivity as well as celebration of art, culture, tourism and business. Constructed in 1919 as a factory to house Tacoma Can Company, the unique building features vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, and a delightful combination of contemporary and rustic accents laced throughout. Private and secluded yet in the middle of it all with easy freeway access.
Casual or formal receptions at a whole new level. Space for up 300 guests standing, and walls that can be brought in to accommodate a more intimate crowd. Industrial cocktail tables, in-house lounge seating, & use of in-house specialty bars will bring this unique space to life. We like to say this is a speak-easy style venue for its unique location and features.
With a capacity of up to 250 seating comfortably, we offer 250 in-house ice chiavari chairs and 17 sixty-inch round tables. We have a dock high loading bay with a ramp for easy catering access and set-up just outside of the main venue space. The venue is full of natural light during the day, and warm in the evenings with Edison light bulbs.
An ideal location for private photo and video shoots with or without PJ Hummel and Company’s exclusive collection. We have worked with Seattle Bride and South Sound Wedding & Events Magazine's on collaborations and editorial material.
Tin Can Alley Tacoma has good bones and amazing acoustics! "Great sounding room, and the people running it are fantastic! A new, professional establishment in Tacoma, and perfect for an intimate musical performance." - Joey Graham,Essential Audio Group