December 01, 2022
Music lovers can soon return to seeing live performances at a popular Center City venue that has been closed for renovations since the summer.
MilkBoy Philly, 1100 Chestnut St., will reopen its second-floor stage with a host of performances, beginning with a tribute to 90s alt rock on Saturday, Dec. 3.
"We're stoked for the return of live shows at MilkBoy Philly," co-owner Tommy Joyner said in a press release. "We've missed our bands, and now folks coming out to see shows will have an enhanced experience in our intimate and fun second-floor venue."
The second-floor venue has been closed since June. Updates to the space include a refurbished bar, all-new lighting and an improved sound system. By the spring, the marquee will be digitalized, but with an old-school theater design, to promote upcoming shows, and a MilkBoy mural painting will completed.
Tickets for Saturday's show by 90s, alt-rock, tribute band Plush in the Box cost $12 online in advane and $15 at the door. Doors open at 6 p.m., the show begins at 7 p.m., and there will be food and drink specials available.
MilkBoy Philly's 21-and-older entertainment schedule for the remainder of 2022 is as follows:
Dec. 5: Blitzkid — Escape The Grave Tour
Dec. 8: Ruby Haunt —
Dec. 9: Citywide + Ben Seltzer
Dec. 10: Butcher Brown
Dec. 20: J Roddy Walston's Second Annual Christmas To The Bone Tour
Dec. 31: Goth New Year's Eve