Disability Connection


100 Men Hall

The Hundred Men Hall was established in 1894 by a group of 12 African American residents of Bay St. Louis. This social organizations purpose was to aid the ill, bury the dead and form close social ties with members of the group. the charter stipulated that “the association may from time to time give entertainments for the purpose of replenishing the treasury.” This landmark has been recognized for its contribution to the Mississippi Blues trail. Many great blues, rhythm  and soul artists have performed at the One Hundred Men Hall for decades. Come and see the Historic Hundred Men Hall.



Address: 303 Union Street

City: Bay St. Louis

County:  Hancock

Website: www.100menhall.org

Phone: 228-342-5770

Hours of Operation:  100 Men Hall is a private venue and not open for visitors.

Accessibility:  Entry/Exit ramp for wheelchairs; wheelchair accessible bathrooms.

Additional Pictures

100 Men Hall Inside View
100 Men Hall Record Album
100 Men Hall Inside Blues Display
100 Men Hall Blues Display