The Royal is holding its first Open Jam Wednesday evening, hosted by local bass player David Jamison and friends.
Sign-ups will begin at 7:30pm. Performers are encouraged to bring their own instruments, and a full backline will be provided, including a drum set, bass amp, guitar amps, 88-key digital piano, mics, and more.
After The House Band’s 15-20 minute opening set, musicians are encouraged to jump in for the jam session.
For more information on the venue, you can check out The Royal’s FAQ page here.
The Ways Restaurant & Brewery will be selling beer throughout the evening. No outside beer will be permitted at the event, and BYO-Wine is allowed with a $10 corkage fee.
Guests of The Royal are permitted to park in the lot behind St. Paul’s Lutheran Church off of Mt. Carmel Avenue. At-your-own risk parking is available at the Glenside Train Station. Street parking is also available.
The Royal Music & Arts Center:
The Royal, soon to be The Royal Music & Arts Center (RMAC) has raised $2,217.12 toward its $25,000 goal. For more information on The Royal’s non-profit transition and fund drive, you can click here.
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