Cabinet To Stream Two Live Virtual Concerts At The Ardmore Music Hall

Article Contributed by Ardmore Music Hall | Published on Wednesday, June 24, 2020

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 weekend run will showcase multiple sides of Cabinet’s psychedelic folk-infused rock beginning with a special stripped-down ‘Unplugged’ set on Friday starting at 7:30 PM and a full band set on Saturday starting at 8:30 PM. Tickets are $10 for each night, but viewers can save $5 on two-night passes.

VIP tickets are also available for the Saturday show, featuring a 30 minute pre-show Zoom meet & greet and Q&A with members of Cabinet. As an added bonus for advanced buyers, the first 50 fans to purchase tickets for each night will be granted access to an exclusive Zoom party where superfans can interact with the band, dance on a giant projector screen, and be a part of the dynamic virtual concert experience.

Full multi-track audio recordings of both nights are now available for pre-order for those who just want to relive the magic of both nights later on, or for folks unable to tune into the streams. Additional tips are also welcome, and will be split between Cabinet and Ardmore Music Hall: Venmo: @MickeyCoviello Paypal: mickey.covilello@gmail.com

To purchase tickets and find more information about Ardmore Music Hall x NUGS.net live stream series visit the Nugs website or the AMH website. As a step forward from the active restreaming series of past shows dubbed “AMH x Nugs: Rewind” - which has featured past NUGS streams in Ardmore of artists like Soulive, Railroad Earth, Circles Around The Sun, and Everyone Orchestra, the dynamic pairing aim to provide fresh and never-before-seen concert experiences that viewers can access from their living rooms.

Now instead of wishing for live music to return, fans can join in on the fun in more than a few ways while receiving the most robust virtual concert experience possible!

About Ardmore Music Hall: Ardmore Music Hall is established as one of the premier landing spots in the Philadelphia area for nationally touring musical acts, and is a rock club with a rich and long history at 23 East. Due to its geographic location on the Main Line, close proximity to the City of Philadelphia (3 miles), and a calendar full of a diverse range of artists, AMH draws from virtually every demographic group in the greater Philadelphia area. Past performers of the venue include George Clinton & P-Funk, The Hooters, Toots & the Maytals, The Psychedelic Furs, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Stanley Clarke, members of the Grateful Dead / The Doors / Phish, Macy Gray, Television, Snarky Puppy, Steve Earle and many more. With the support of our fans and the region as a whole, Ardmore Music Hall will endure and cannot wait to start sharing live music with you again soon