The newly renovated Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, PA has announced a calendar of more than thirty full-capacity shows set to take place in late 2021 and early 2022.
The Philadelphia-area venue will open to full audiences starting in September with performances by Ghost-Note (9/10), Melvin Seals & JGB (9/30, 10/1), Jackie Greene (10/7), Moon Hooch (10/14), Pink Talking Fish (10/15), Perpetual Groove (10/21), Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe (10/30, 10/31), Del McCoury Band (11/18), BoomBox ft. Backbeat Brass (11/19), Cabinet (11/26), Rebirth Brass Band (12/4), KT Tunstall (12/8), Donna The Buffalo (12/16), and more.
Tickets for all newly announced shows at the Ardmore Music Hall go on sale this Friday, April 9th at 12:00 p.m. ET. Head to the venue’s website for ticketing details and more information.
In honor of its full reopening, AMH will host a pop-up store and venue walkthrough to accompany the weekend on-sale on Friday, April 9th (12–6 p.m.) and Saturday, April 10th (12–5 p.m.). Fans can use this opportunity to take a peek at the venue’s newly renovated space, purchase tickets to upcoming shows, and grab some exclusive Ardmore merch.
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Upgrades to the venue include a new balcony area with the best seats in the house, a new signature marquee, classic street-facing box office windows, a new and larger stage, expanded hardwood dancefloors, and a private party lounge. Below, you can take a tour of the upgraded Ardmore Music Hall courtesy of The Disco Biscuits’ Aron Magner.
Aron Magner Gives Tour of Ardmore Music Hall Renovations
[Video: Ardmore Music Hall]
While AMH will not open to full-capacity audiences until later this year, the venue partnered with Nugs.net to keep fans entertained with a series of livestream-oriented shows by The Disco Biscuits, Dopapod, Star Kitchen ft. Robert Randolph, Living Colour, and Joan Osborne featuring a handful of in-person “Golden Ticket” attendees. Later this month, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Everyone Orchestra will hit the Ardmore stage for similar livestream/”Golden Ticket” engagements. Full replays of those shows are available to revisit via the Ardmore Music Hall YouTube channel.
See below for a full list of upcoming concerts at the Ardmore Music Hall. For more information, head here.
Ardmore Music Hall – Upcoming Concerts
(9/16) Enter The Haggis
(9/17) Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears
(9/25) David Uosikkinen’s In the Pocket
(9/30 & 10/1) Melvin Seals & JGB
(10/3) Peter Cincotti
(10/7) Jackie Greene
(10/14) Moon Hooch
(10/15) Pink Talking Fish
(10/16) Splintered Sunlight (Grateful Dead tribute)
(10/21) Perpetual Groove
(10/22) Broken Arrow (Neil Young tribute)
(10/23) Los Amigos Invisibles
(10/26) The Accidentals & Sawyer Fredericks
(10/30 & 10/31) Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
(11/06 & 11/07) 10,000 Maniacs
(11/18) Del McCoury Band
(11/20) Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers
(12/4) Rebirth Brass Band
(12/8) KT Tunstall
(12/16) Donna The Buffalo
(1/14) The Samples
(3/05) Stephen Marley
(8/22) Greg Howe ft. Stu Hamm + Joel Taylor
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