Lancaster is blessed to have many great venues for seeing live music. Here are the ones that are involved with the 2015 Lancaster Roots and Blues, a Festival of Music. There are 8 venues with 10 stages and the venues are shown here.Please Excuse our appearance. Our venues page and map page us undergoing updates for the 2015 festival. We be done soon.
Chameleon Club & LL

Chameleon Club

223 N. Water St, Lancaster 17603

This has been Lancaster’s premier music showcase nightclub for close to 30 years featuring a wide range of live music from Rock to Blues and much more on its two stages. Chameleon Club hosted a very successful Blues Festival for 20 years.

Main Stage – This features a large dance floor with two balconies for the best views of the bands.

Federal Taphouse

Federal Taphouse

201 North Queen St, Lancaster 17603

Lancaster’s newest (Opened 2013) and largest craft brew venue with 100 beers on tap. This will make a fun late night venue for the Festival. Definitely a place to go for the beer connoisseur.

Lancaster Convention Center

Lancaster County Convention Center

25 South Queen Street, Lancaster 17603

An extraordinary gem of a facility set in a city rich with authentic tradition and sophistication, the Lancaster County Convention Center and Lancaster Marriott at Penn Square Incorporates the iconic 19th-Century Beaux Arts façade of the former Watt & Shand department store, the complex anchors Lancaster’s historic Penn Square, offering visitors an incomparable experience directly amidst the vibrant appeal of Downtown Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Main Stage – This is the largest venue at the Festival and is in Freedom Hall.

Tellus 360

Tellus 360

24 East King St, Lancaster 17602

This multi-floor venue defies conventional description. It is a furniture store, a clothing store, a restaurant, a bar, a recording studio and so much more. But most importantly for us, they have two stages.

Main Stage – The large stage at Tellus 360 with great sound and sight lines.

Front Stagey – This is a true Irish bar with a balcony for a great view of the band. The bar itself is 150 years old and shipped from Ireland. The back bar features magnificent doors from a 400 year-old theater in Ireland.

Trust Performing Arts Center

The Trust Performing Arts Center

37 N Market St, Lancaster, PA
The Trust Performing Arts Center is Lancaster newest performance space. This gorgeous building was built as a bank in 1912 and is considered a Beaux-Arts masterpiece.
This is a truly classy venue.

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The Elks Lodge

219 N Duke St, Lancaster, PA 17602

This classic private venue is opening its doors to Lancaster Roots and Blues.
This vintage hall has a large stage with a large dance floor.
They will be serving food during the festival.