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Rock & Roll After School’s $1 Friday Night Concert Series Starts September 18

Rock & Roll After School, located at 400 Franklin Avenue (in Franklin Commons), will be hosting a $1 Friday Night Concert Series this fall plus several other special events and discounts for kids, teens and families.

PHOENIXVILLE, PENNSYLVANIA – AUGUST 14, 2009 – Rock & Roll After School, the innovative new music school in Phoenixville, offers a full slate of special events and discounts for kids, teens and families during September and October, including an all-ages, $1 Friday Night Concert Series starting on September 18.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 4 (6 pm): First Friday Performance, Bridge Street, Downtown Phoenixville, PA
Rock & Roll After School students perform outdoors as part of Phoenixville’s acclaimed First Fridays celebration. Students will perform their original compositions and selected cover songs during their 45-minute set.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16 (6-8:30 pm): Open House, Rock & Roll After School at Franklin Commons, 400 Franklin Ave., Phoenixville
Tour Rock & Roll After School’s brand new, 5.850-sq.ft. facility featuring 8 private lesson rooms, game room, quiet study room, and impressive, 4,000-sq.ft. performance venue, complete with professional stage, lighting, sound system and seating for 250. Meet the instructors, enjoy refreshments and register to win one full month of free membership.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 18 (7:30 pm): Friday Night Concert Series at Rock & Roll After School (all-ages)
The launch of Rock & Roll After School’s Friday Night Concert Series features performances by two hot Philly-area teen bands, High Society and We Are Nothing Yet, for just $1 admission.

SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 (7:30-11pm): Teen Dance Party featuring DJ Erica Baran (The Baraness Von So Def)
FREE admission! Teens can dance to the ultra-hip sounds spun by renowned DJ and Rock & Roll After School DJ instructor Erica Baran (The Baraness Von So Def). Snacks and drinks available.

THROUGH SEPT. 30: Special Charter Membership Pricing – only $195 / month
Monthly membership includes weekly lessons (guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, voice or DJ techniques) and full access to Rock & Roll After School facilities/amenities.

FRIDAY, OCT. 2 (7:30pm): Friday Night Concert Series at Rock & Roll After School (all ages)
Featuring performance by The Mahlors for only $1 admission.

FRIDAY, OCT. 9 (7:30 pm): Friday Night Concert Series at Rock & Roll After School (all ages)
Featuring performance by all-girl band SugrHi for only $1 admission.

FRIDAY, OCT. 16 (7:30 pm): Friday Night Concert Series at Rock & Roll After School (all ages)
Featuring performance by Shelbyville and Edens Unknown for only $1 admission.

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