Although the Bar of Modern Art, aka BoMA, was hosting major events as recently as last week's Pretty Lights concert, the 19th-century church-turned-nightclub is changing identities starting this Friday.

Although the Bar of Modern Art, aka BoMA, was hosting major events as recently as last week's Pretty Lights concert, the 19th-century church-turned-nightclub is changing identities starting this Friday.

The facility, now called The Bluestone, will host The Honey Brothers, a New York rock band featuring "Entourage" star Adrian Grenier on drums. Original "Saturday Night Live" cast member Garrett Morris will emcee, and "a very special surprise guest" from an iconic American rock band is promised.

Now managed by former Columbus Destroyers president Dave Whinham and his company The Team Sports Entertainment & Media, The Bluestone will cater to private functions and marquee music and variety shows with the motto "Come for the show, stay for the party." Whinham also aspires to turn the venue into the world's largest gallery of rock concert posters.

SNL alum Morris will announce The Bluestone's first six events at Friday's "Brand Opening."