Our friends in Mystery Girl will be on their way back from Atlanta and playing this banger matinee on Feb 5th! Our friends from NJ are about to drop a killer record and joining us a long with phillys own Revelatours & Spados!
Come catch Drifting Roots for their first time in Philly on the Winter Madness Tour! LNJ Sessions will be joining them for a full night of great music! More bands TBA.
Drifting Roots is an original reggae band based out of Central Florida. The band was founded in San Diego, CA in 2018 by brothers Matthew Mavericks (vox/guitar) & Chris Mavericks (drums). After establishing roots in California, Matt & Chris relocated home to Florida where they met Joey (bass). The music is written, recorded, and produced by Matthew in his home music studio in Satellite Beach, FL. � Drifting Roots have had the pleasure to share the stage with artist such as Collie Buddz, Steel Pulse, Julian Marley, The Movement, Mike Love and Authority Zero. With two Top 5 iTunes Charting albums out (Life is Good 2021) & (Meant to Be 2022), Drifting Roots is currently working on their third full length studio album. From the East Coast to the West Coast and everywhere in between, Drifting Roots tours relentlessly sharing their music and spreading love to each city they pass by.... See MoreSee Less
Open Jam at The Fire Philly! Every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. 8p-midnight. All musicians, instruments, genres are welcome! Come collaborate with other local artists. There are drums, keyboards, acoustic guitar, small guitar amp, bass and bass amp available to share if needed. Non-musicians are welcome to come and enjoy the music. Hosted by @Char_lyanne @shatteredfiguresband and The Fire
Bernie Bygott had the map of Ireland on his face, even sporting gorgeous red hair! His cousin was Sean Potts, tin whistle player for The Chieftans. Like many good Irshmen, he opened a neighborhood bar. His was in Northern Liberties in 1988. In 1999 Bernie went into a vegetative coma, trying to stop a man from attacking his wife & son in front of their home in center city His wife began running their tavern & soon after began bringing her studdents who were not opera singers to sing in the side room. That was 24 years ago. Please join us for this uniquely Irish event to celebrate Bernie, Ireland & the Irish in all of us!. Featuring Sheridan Rúitínm & Friends, Irish food & Irish friendship!!... See MoreSee Less
Bernie Bygott had the map of Ireland on his face, even sporting gorgeous red hair! His cousin was Sean Potts, tin whistle player for The Chieftans. Like many good Irishmen, he opened a neighborhood bar. His was in Northern Liberties in 1988. In 1999 Bernie went into a vegetative coma, trying to stop a man from attacking his wife & son in front of their home in center city His wife began running their tavern & soon after began bringing her students who were not opera singers to sing in the side room. That was 24 years ago. Please join us for this uniquely Irish event to celebrate Bernie, Ireland & the Irish in all of us!. Featuring Sheridan Rúitín & 3rowback, Irish food & Irish friendship!!... See MoreSee Less
Kanekoa, The ultimate Hawaiian ‘ukulele jam band comes to Philly for the first time! Full lineup TBA
“I’ve been jamming with Kanekoa for years now and whenever I get over to Maui we share the stage. Hawaiian style roots music at its best.” —G LOVE
Sailing in on a wave of blissful sound, Maui’s Nā Hōkū Hanohano Award winning band Kanekoa has become a global phenomenon. Powered by electric ukuleles and exotic rhythms, these ukulele masters ride the wave of Hawaiian roots with jam band energy, creating a sound they call Hawaiian jam-rock. For the last 25 years audiences never fail to swoon over their soulful originals and crafty covers interpreted with pure originality.
They recently graced the cover of Ukulele Magazine and were referred to as “Hawaiian Trailblazers”. The Grateful Dead’s drummer Bill Kreutzmann goes so far as to call them, “the Hawaiian Grateful Dead.” David Hidalgo of Los Lobos says, “These guys scare me. They are that good.” Once you hear Vince Esquires lead ukulele, you’ll know why he was invited by his good friend Gregg Allman to play with the Allman Brothers Band at their 2007 Beacon Theater show in New York.... See MoreSee Less
Every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month from 8pm-midnight, The Fire opens its stage for local artists to gather and collaborate! Come be inspired by the magic which can occur when noble minded artists gather to invent songs spontaneously! All musicians, instruments, genres are welcome! We have a full backline except for guitar amps, but please feel free to bring any preferred equipment necessary! Hosted by Charlyanne of Shattered Figures.
Sanctorium at the Fire is happy to announce Deathrock titans Jesucrisis with the legendary TWO WITCHES, all the way from Finland, will be joining us for an epic night of Goth, Post-Punk and Deathrock!!
April 7th 2023 9pm-1am 21+ Advanced tickets 14$ and 17$ at the door!