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Concerts in Quakertown

North Brunswick, NJ

#1 Jun 4, 2013
Trying start something in Quakertown, by bringing National touring acts into our theater for an intimate and special experience.

Parlor Concerts LLC presents
www.McCoolesConcerts.com

1st show is in 2 weeks... John Hammond... Blues Legend

Please support the 1st show, so we can bring more special acts to Quakertown.

www.McCoolesConcerts.com
Concerts in Quakertown

North Brunswick, NJ

#2 Jun 4, 2013
I forgot... we are upfront... what you see is what you get...
1 honest.price

No processing fees either... most venues charge $5 on top of ticket...
KingFish

Newtown Square, PA

#3 Jun 5, 2013
This is a good thing. Very excited to see this.
retired viewer

Perkasie, PA

#4 Jun 5, 2013
Wonderful resturant, great prices and food.
Rory

Perkasie, PA

#5 Jun 5, 2013
I will support it if they get some good Irish bands.
psst

Bronx, NY

#6 Jun 6, 2013
Concerts in Quakertown wrote:
Trying start something in Quakertown, by bringing National touring acts into our theater for an intimate and special experience.
Parlor Concerts LLC presents
www.McCoolesConcerts.com
1st show is in 2 weeks... John Hammond... Blues Legend
Please support the 1st show, so we can bring more special acts to Quakertown.
www.McCoolesConcerts.com
I got my tix. Checked out the theater. Well worth the trip to see John Hammond here. I hope its as good as it looks.
psst

Bronx, NY

#7 Jun 6, 2013
Rory wrote:
I will support it if they get some good Irish bands.
Go to their site they have a place where you can recommend your favs. BUT, they are only booking national tours. I recommended James Cotton - it isn't confirmed, but they got back and said maybe there's a date in September.
Joe

Chalfont, PA

#8 Jun 6, 2013
I would like to turn the former Diming building into a bar / music venue that features underground punk and alternative acts. Kind of like the Black Cat in DC.
Info

Broomall, PA

#9 Jun 6, 2013
Joe wrote:
I would like to turn the former Diming building into a bar / music venue that features underground punk and alternative acts. Kind of like the Black Cat in DC.
Not enough parking. Besides, it would attract all the "residents" of the nearby flop houses.
Hophead

United States

#10 Jun 7, 2013
For a place that claims To be a beer bar they have an awful tap and bottle list. maybe they should worry about that instead of concerts that no one will go to!!
Concerts in Quakertown

North Brunswick, NJ

#11 Jun 8, 2013
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony before the show!

It's going to be the place to be on June 20

John Hammond in a limited engagement in an intimate concert setting...

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Limited Seats
joeshaf

Sellersville, PA

#12 Jun 10, 2013
Love your idea Joe
Tony

Perkasie, PA

#13 Jun 10, 2013
Concerts in Quakertown wrote:
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony before the show!
It's going to be the place to be on June 20
John Hammond in a limited engagement in an intimate concert setting...
www.McCoolesConcerts.com
Limited Seats
Never heard of him,how about getting a well known act then people will come.
KingFish

Newtown Square, PA

#14 Jun 10, 2013
Tony wrote:
<quoted text>Never heard of him,how about getting a well known act then people will come.
You never heard of him? Don't know what to tell you. Then people will come? That show will easily sellout. Feel sorry for you.
FOH

King Of Prussia, PA

#15 Jun 12, 2013
McCooles is a old style Black Box theater designed for listen to spoken word. Good for acoustic acts, blues, jazz, indie. The layout is not good for wildly popular pop/punk, punk, metal, hardcore and the like. There is no "pit", no place for people to stand, mosh, crowd the stage or pile on. This location has never worked for modern-style music that draws an active audience. These types of acts, which do draw large crowds, demands chest-thumping subs and face-melting cabinets. This is very difficult to do well in a rectangular Black Box theater.
Perhaps the idea is to compete with The Sellersville Theater?

Quakertown and vicinity has hosted some very popular modern bands but it has always been underground and below the radar as far as most citizens know.
OMG

Souderton, PA

#16 Jun 12, 2013
I've been to many events there and had a great time. I've had many dinners and lunches also. But the thing I most like about McCooles is their effort at making this area a great place to come and spend time and money. If you step back and look at Q-Town you could see some real potential.

Great job McCooles! Do you think you could get Led Zeppelin to play some day or maybe Bob Dylan?
OMG

Souderton, PA

#17 Jun 12, 2013
Sorry, I forgot to add laughter at the end of my last post.
Anyway, great job and good luck McCooles!
OMG

Souderton, PA

#18 Jun 12, 2013
FOH wrote:
McCooles is a old style Black Box theater designed for listen to spoken word. Good for acoustic acts, blues, jazz, indie. The layout is not good for wildly popular pop/punk, punk, metal, hardcore and the like. There is no "pit", no place for people to stand, mosh, crowd the stage or pile on. This location has never worked for modern-style music that draws an active audience. These types of acts, which do draw large crowds, demands chest-thumping subs and face-melting cabinets. This is very difficult to do well in a rectangular Black Box theater.
Perhaps the idea is to compete with The Sellersville Theater?
Quakertown and vicinity has hosted some very popular modern bands but it has always been underground and below the radar as far as most citizens know.
You're right it kind of reminds me of an unplugged show, the musicians are right there conversing with the audience in between sets.
Concerts in Quakertown

North Brunswick, NJ

#19 Jun 12, 2013
Check out the Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/pages/Parlor-Concerts-at-Mcc...

Champagne then Blues!

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Concerts in Quakertown

North Brunswick, NJ

#20 Jun 16, 2013
Seats are limited and filling up fast

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