A vibrant community, a beautiful city.

The city is situated in the center of Lancaster County, and its seven square miles are packed with art, museums, historical attractions, restaurants and cafes, theatres, shops and boutiques.

A great deal of the city’s charm stems from the stories, architecture, and traditions rooted in its rich history.

Main Stage at Lancaster County Convention Center Tellus 360 The Chameleon Club The Ware Center Federal Taphouse Zoetropolis The Elks Lodge The Village Nightclub The SugarTank Prince Street Garage East King Street Garage North Queen Street Garage Duke Street Garage Water Street Garage Central Parking Garage Penn Square Garage Red Rose Transit Lancaster Train Station Yellow Cab Lancaster City Cabs Comfort Suites Hilton Garden Inn Double Tree Hotel Lancaster Lancaster Marriott @ Penn Square Lancaster Arts Hotel Commonwealth On Queen The Pressroom Aussie & The Fox Spring House Taproom Annie Bailey's POUR Federal Taphouse Carr's Restaurant Sprout of Rice & Noodles Barberet Flora's Belvedere Inn Commonwealth Kitchen & Cafe The Fridge John J. Jeffries FENZ

venues

Main Stage at Lancaster County Convention Center (A)

This year’s main stage will be held at Lancaster Square, under a large heated tent – complete with food vendors, a full bar, and heated restrooms.

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Tellus 360 (B)

Updated Irish spot pairing craft beers & modern pub food with regular live music, DJs & a roof bar

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The Chameleon Club (C)

A 30+ year old cultural institution in Lancaster, PA, nationally known for it’s commitment to live original music

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The Ware Center (D)

The Ware Center is the City’s community center dedicated to fostering civic engagement, encouraging collaboration and promoting innovation.

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Federal Taphouse (E)

Elevated comfort fare & 100 craft beers on tap are found at this lively gastropub with a bar & TVs

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Zoetropolis (F)

Built in 1853, this magnificent, historic landmark offers an atmosphere of sophisticated urban elegance

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The Elks Lodge (G)

A great place to see a live act, the Lancaster Elks Lodge Ballroom is reminiscent of big band halls of days gone by.

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The Village Nightclub (H)

A landmark for music in Lancaster, PA for over 50 years, and the area’s largest nightclub

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The SugarTank (I)

Recording studio & intimate performance venue.

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parking

Prince Street Garage (A)

Located near The Ware Center. Entrances on N. Prince St., and Orange St.

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East King Street Garage (B)

Located near Excelsior & Tellus360

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North Queen Street Garage (C)

Entrances on N. Queen St., and Lemon St.

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Duke Street Garage (D)

Located near The Village Nightclub, Elks Lodge, & Federal Taphouse. Entrances on N. Duke St. and W. Chestnut St.

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Water Street Garage (E)

Located across From The Chameleon Club

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Central Parking Garage (F)

Located near Lancaster Marriott. Entrances on S. Prince St. and W. Vine St.

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Penn Square Garage (G)

Located near Tellus360 & Lancaster Marriott. Entrances on E. King St. and E. Vine St.

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transportation

Red Rose Transit (A)

Lancaster Train Station (B)

Amtrak Rail Service, Greyhound Bus Service

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Yellow Cab (C)

Lancaster City Cabs (D)

accomodations

Comfort Suites (A)

perfectly situated in a beautiful rural setting with farmland views near farmers markets, smorgasbords, arts and music and attractions

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Hilton Garden Inn (B)

Classic hotel with an American restaurant, garden courtyards, free WiFi & parking

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Double Tree (C)

Sophisticated resort with indoor pool, tennis, 18-hole golf course & free Amtrak station shuttle.

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Hotel Lancaster (D)

Modern hotel with en suite rooms with desks, including free WiFi & breakfast

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Lancaster Marriott @ Penn Square (E)

Polished hotel with refined rooms & an American eatery, plus an indoor pool & conference facilities

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Lancaster Arts Hotel (F)

Art-filled, industrial-chic lodging in a former warehouse with free Wi-Fi & continental breakfast.

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restaurants

Commonwealth On Queen (A)

Bright, hip corner cafe with locally sourced, gourmet breakfast & lunch, plus sweet treats & coffee

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The Pressroom (B)

Warm bistro has brisket, burgers & more New American cuisine, plus a courtyard with waterfalls.

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Aussie & The Fox (C)

Elevated Australian & American sandwiches, steak & veggie fare served in a space with kitschy style

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Spring House Taproom (D)

Brewpub offering creatively named beers & casual tavern food in a funky space.

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Annie Bailey's (E)

No-nonsense Irish pub serving pints & across-the-pond eats in a lively setting with an outdoor deck

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POUR (F)

Local mainstay offering wine, draft beers, small sharing plates & brunch.

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Federal Taphouse (G)

Elevated comfort fare & 100 craft beers on tap are found at this lively gastropub with a bar & TVs.

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Carr's Restaurant (H)

Eatery & bar with a convivial, warm space & focus on local produce offers regional fare, plus wine.

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Sprout of Rice & Noodles (I)

Simple Vietnamese cuisine in a casual, simple, and fun atmosphere.

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Barberet (J)

Classic French cuisine, wines & artisan desserts presented in a sleek space.

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Flora's (K)

Latin American inspired cuisine served in an artistic atmosphere.

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Belvedere Inn (L)

Seasonal New American fare in a homey, Victorian space with a patio & an upstairs jazz lounge.

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Commonwealth Kitchen & Cafe (M)

Breakfast & Lunch, Coffee & Tea, Sweets & Baked Goods

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The Fridge (N)

Craft beer bottle shop & flatbread pizzas, sandwiches, and more.

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John J. Jeffries (O)

Farm-to-table, seasonal fare from shrimp & grits to grass-fed beef in an elegant, comfortable space.

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FENZ (P)

leek, casual hangout, with a rooftop terrace, serves creative bistro fare, wines & cocktails

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