Ardmore Music Hall


23 Lancaster Avenue
Ardmore, PA 19003
ph. (610) 649-8389
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Date Event Time (Price)
Oct20Fri Splintered Sunlight (grateful Dead Tribute), Peter Rowan 8:00 pm
Oct20Fri The Wailers 1:00 am
Oct21Sat Breakwater, Clip Payne, Clip Payne's 420 Funk Mob 7:00 pm
Oct22Sun Funky Brunch & Market 11:00 am
Oct27Fri Phillybloco (23 Piece Brazilian Funk Band) 8:30 pm
Oct28Sat Anders Osborne, Jackie Greene 8:00 pm
Oct29Sun Low Cut Connie, Smash Palace Feat. Members Of The Hooters, Travel Lanes, Hinton, Bower, Jones, Big Jangle (tom Petty Tribute), No Good Sister, Cow Muddy, Shannon Mcgill, Nik Greeley, Ross Bellenoit, Rekardo Lee 5:00 pm


Ardmore Music Hall

The Ardmore Music Hall has established itself as a premiere landing spot for many renowned, local and national touring musical acts. Due to its geographic location on the Main Line, close proximity to the City of Philadelphia, and an upcoming calendar full of a diverse range of artists, AMH draws from virtually every demographic group in the greater Philadelphia area.

The room holds as much history as any local venue in Philadelphia or the surrounding suburbs, known through the years as 23 East Cabaret (1980-1994), Brownies 23 East (1995-2012) and as of 2013, The Ardmore Music Hall. The legendary 23 East Cabaret lived within the same walls, and hosted an impressive array of artists from The Dave Matthews Band, to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Ramones, Blues Traveler, Hootie & The Blowfish, Phish, The Hooters, Joan Osborne and so many more. From 1996 to 2009, although the room became primarily a cover band venue, Brownies 23 East hosted national attractions such as Cheap Trick, Los Lobos, The Cherry Poppin Daddys, Merle Saunders, Vince Welnick, Melvin Seals, Steve Kimock, New Riders of The Purple Sage and more.

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