The Hooters performed a rare intimate home-town show at the new
Ardmore Music Hall in Ardmore, PA
on Saturday September 21, 2013 starting at 9:30 pm.
The Hooters were celebrating 33 years together as a band in 2013, and had just returned from the European portion of
their “33 1/3” Tour. To celebrate the Grand Opening of the venue, and in the spirit of the tour, this special
Evening with The Hooters featured two sets with a break (just like the good old days),
allowing the band to dig deeper into their songbook and pull out some less often heard classics (both old and new).
Doors opened to the general public at 8:30 pm. Showtime was 9:30 pm.
Tickets were $45 - $100 in advance, and were available along with more information at
Ardmore Music Hall.
The $100 VIP ticket included early admission at 7:30 pm, a buffet dinner, an open beer & wine bar from 7:30 - 8:30 pm,
a meet & greet with the band, and access to an exclusive VIP area with a private lounge.
About The Ardmore Music Hall:
Over three decades of music experience and a history of concert promotion are behind The Ardmore Music Hall.
Formerly Brownies 23 East, and before that the legendary 23 East Cabaret where The Hooters played many shows in the early 80s,
the historic suburban space has been transformed into a cutting edge concert venue. Significant updates include
an improved stage and customer seating for better sight lines, sound system upgrades, a whole new ambiance,
and a diverse selection of craft beers.
The venue is conveniently located just steps from the Ardmore train station in the heart of Philadelphia's Main Line,
and close to plenty of free parking in nearby municipal lots.
Ardmore Music Hall
23 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003