Thanksgiving Eve: The Royal’s Open Jam hosted by David Jamison

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.

BYOB Policy:

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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