Ardmore Music Hall

Ardmore Music Hall’s ownership and management team have joined forces with longtime Philadelphia area concert producers Point Entertainment and Bonfire Entertainment to form Rising Sun Presents. Their team of industry-tested entertainment and hospitality professionals provide booking, marketing, production, ticketing, and operational management services for every kind of live event space.

Philly Music Fest is proud to announce the identity of a surprise national headliner, Mt. Joy, who will play the first two nights of PMF at Ardmore Music Hall on October 10th and 11th.

Singer-songwriter and band leader, Don McCloskey will celebrate the release of his new album The Chaos and The Beauty on July 22nd at Ardmore Music Hall.  The songwriter will bring his eight-piece band for a boisterous show at a venue not far from where the Bristol native grew up.  “Growing up in the Philly area, we’ve been going to Ardmore shows since it was called Brownie’s – so many great memories there,” says the singer.

Beginning in June, the live music series Concerts Under the Stars will return to Upper Merion Township Building Park for its 36th season. The summer-long concert series will be co-presented by Ardmore Music Hall, Point Entertainment & Upper Merion Township, and will include live music for all ages, a beer garden featuring local craft brews and cocktails and local food truck options. Events will take place from 7-10pm on select weeknights and 6-9pm on select Sundays.

Dopapod crushed the second night of their late fall two night run at the recently renovated Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, Pa with a signature blend of balance, symmetry and musical exploration. The band was in rare form, and treated the crowd to beloved originals, new covers, and teases from multiple genres. Solar Circuit was on hand for support.

Preparations for the 2021 Main Line Bike Race and Ardmore Rock N’ Ride Music Festival are officially underway. On August 21st the family-friendly, outdoor, fundraiser event will bring the Ardmore and surrounding community together for a day of cycling, live music, food and more.

Philly Music Fest returns for its fifth annual music festival between October 6– 10, 2021. Uniquely known for exclusively featuring Philly bands performing at independent venues, PMF is a non-profit in the business of raising money for kids’ music education and giving opportunity to emerging musicians. “Our genre is Philly” -- Philly Music Fest features Jazz, Rock, Hip Hop, Punk, Bluegrass, Folk, Spoken Word and Americana artists - all of whom call The City of Brotherly Love: “Home.”

Starting in May, the newly renovated Ardmore Music Hall will host a limited capacity concert series of 30 socially distanced seated shows to start out, featuring notable local and internationally recognizable artists like G. Love, Project Logic ft DJ Logic, John Medeski, MonoNeon, Vernon Reid & Daru Jones, Nick Perri & The Underground Thieves, Willie Nile, Donavon Frankenreiter, and many more.

Music fans can once again look forward to a full slate of diverse concerts at the newly renovated Ardmore Music Hall. The venue is announcing an initial calendar of over 30 shows to kick off their fall calendar, highlighted by acts that include Del McCoury, Rebirth Brass Band, Los Amigos Invisibles, 10,000 Maniacs, Tommy Conwell, KRS-One, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Cabinet and many more.

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