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Venango Hall

900 W. Venango St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

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The Rock Star Revolt @ Club Mambo

1850 N. 5th street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (North Philadelphia) United States

484.477.6446

2 Bars, Large Dance floor, Stage and Professional lighting. Artist booking and promotions venue. We are putting together a Compilation cd and are holding talent shows in Ft. Washingtion, Pa., Brooklyn, NY and Miami Florida. The Compliation Cd will be released and distributed Worldwide. If you are interested please email: [more]

Palace Theatre

21 West Otterman Street, Greensburg, Pennsylvania United States

(724) 836-8000

Palace Theatre The Palace Theatre has been a major force in Westmoreland County's cultural scene for generations.  Opened September 2, 1926, as the Manos Theatre, The Palace Theatre today hosts the widest variety of live entertainment in the area in a beautifully renovated 1369-seat facility, located across from the county courthouse at [more]

Hard Rock Cafe

230 West Station Square Drive, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States

412-481-7625

Hard Rock Cafe Though it used to be a steel mill town, Pittsburgh has become a high- tech metropolis that is ranked among the U.S.'s most livable cities. Famous for its friendly ethnic neighborhoods and downtown architecture, there is much to see and do for residents and visitors alike. Check out the great view of Mt. Washington and the [more]

TBA

Tba, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania United States

Blue Bell Inn

601 Skippack Pike ,, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Montgomery County) United States

Blue Bell Inn has a rich history of welcoming guests since 1743. One of the original patrons was George Washington himself. The Inn was marked as the “White Horse Inn” on military maps that led his troops to the historic Battle of Germantown. The room Washington slept in was later used to display military memorabilia from the Revolutionary [more]