Ardmore Music Hall on Tuesday announced more than 30 full-capacity shows, beginning Sept. 1, at the newly renovated venue on Philadelphia’s Main Line.
Ghost-Note (Sept. 1) will kick off the initial slate of shows, followed by acts including Melvis Seals & JGB (Sept. 30, Oct. 1), Jackie Greene (Oct. 7), KRS-One (Oct. 8), Del McCoury Band (Nov. 18), Cabinet (Nov. 26), Rebirth Brass Band (Dec. 4) and KT Tunstall (Dec. 8). The full list is at the bottom of this post.
“Upgrades to the venue include a new balcony area with best seats in the house,” according to a press release, as well as “a new signature marquee, classic street-facing box office windows, a new and larger stage, expanded hardwood dancefloors and a private party lounge.”
Tickets for all shows will go on sale at noon on Friday, April 9 at ardmoremusichall.com.
AMH will also host a pop-up store and venue walkthrough to accompany the on-sale weekend on Friday, April 9, from noon to 6 p.m., and Saturday, April 10, from noon to 5 p.m.
You can watch a video walkthrough of the venue guided by Disco Biscuits keyboardist Aron Magner here:
Ardmore Music Hall schedule as of April 6
(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