Ardmore Music Hall
Ardmore Music Hall is partnering with Nugs.tv to present Ardmore: Reprise, a lengthy broadcast of 25+ archival performance clips on Saturday, January 9th. The stream will be free and 100% of donations will benefit the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund – providing financial assistance to musicians and industry workers in need, including a few micro-grants earmarked for Ardmore Music Hall staff who need support.
Ardmore Music Hall will broadcast rock legends Living Colour’s only concert of 2020 on Saturday, October 24th, followed by Matt Butler’s Everyone Orchestra for their first live show since the beginning of the pandemic. Everyone Orchestra on Sunday, October 25th will feature Steve Kimock, Eli Winderman (Dopapod), Dylan Skursky (Cabinet), Arnetta Johnson and more.
Philly Music Fest will hold an all-virtual LIVEstream music festival on September 24 and September 25, with performers actually performing LIVE ON STAGE and featuring nationally acclaimed bands - Japanese Breakfast, Mt. Joy, Langhorne Slim, The Districts and Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. The annual festival—which usually takes place over four nights at three independent Philadelphia music venues, selling out all four nights the last two years—will still exclusively feature local musicians.
Everyone Orchestra and Conductor Matt Butler have announced the third event in their Virtual Sessions Series, featuring an incredible lineup of prominent women musicians from across the musical map. The FREE performance takes place on Friday, August 14th at 9:30 PM EST and can be viewed on Everyone Orchestra’s Facebook and YouTube pages, along with video partner NUGS.net.The lineup includes:
Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band)
Nick Perri & The Underground Thieves, a Philadelphia-based rock band led by artist/songwriter/producer Nick Perri, announced a live-stream album release show at the Ardmore Music Hall today. The full band, full production concert will take place the day the group’s anticipated debut album SUN VIA will be released, Friday August 14th.
Ardmore Music Hall, recently named the Best Music Venue on the Main Line by Main Line Today, announced the launch of a brand new logo and online merch store. These changes have been a long time coming but hit at the perfect time as the venue adapts to the challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Following the success of their live webcast with Talking Heads tribute, Start Making Sense, Ardmore Music Hall is dialing up two more audience-free concerts with Cabinet this weekend. The Scranton-based bluegrass outfit will webcast brand new, live performances on Friday, June 26th and Saturday, June 27th via Nugs.net.
The Ardmore Music Hall team has been working nonstop to bring the joy of live music to fans missing a summers’ worth of touring acts, festivals, and local shows due to nationwide restrictions. As the only venue in the Greater Philadelphia area with built-in, multi-camera HD video infrastructure thanks to the streaming titans at Nugs.net, the music hall will broadcast the first live concert from their stage in three months on Saturday, June 20 with Talking Heads tribute Start Making Sense.
Ardmore Music Hall Announces Staff Family Band, Audio and Video Releases, and Support for Independent Venues
The staff at Ardmore Music Hall is staying active during the COVID-19 pandemic, working hard to keep music top of mind and lift spirits throughout the area. The music venue, located in Ardmore, PA just outside of Philadelphia, has several projects in the works to keep the fan-favorite venue on the radar of music lovers who miss the thrill of the live music experience.
Over the past few weeks, a sublime musical connection went on tour, hitting a series stages throughout the northeast: Psychedelic groove band Circles Around The Sun performing with lead guitarist Scott Metzger. This past weekend, the foursome took the show to none other than Ardmore Music Hall, where they played to a packed, super receptive crowd, playing one of their best showings yet.