Phoenixville’s Live Music Venue Is Closing
It’s never easy to hear about a great small business closing its doors. Phoenixville’s live music venue, The SoundBank, is closing, according to owner Chris Bailey’s post on Instagram. Since 2020, the music booking professional has been providing live music for the community. The last day of business will be on April 22, 2023.
The Sound Bank Announces Closure
Quoted from Instagram:
It’s never easy making a post like this…
We have had a long road full of ups, downs and everything in between but the time has come for us to close our doors. It was a difficult decision but ultimately the circumstances are beyond our control.
Despite that, we want to convey how much we appreciate the support this community has given us over the past 4+ years.
We are proud to have provided a high quality space for local, regional and national touring bands to play and we have loved being a part of the Phoenixville music scene. This community has been the backbone of our business and it has been an incredible ride.
What this means: As of right now our last day open to the public will be 4/22 and our last open mic will be on 4/12; until then it is business as usual! We have some amazing events lined up throughout the next month so come out and grab a chicken sammy and a cocktail and listen to some of the best music around. We are working on some special plans for 4/22 as well so stay tuned for that!
We can’t make a post like this without mentioning our incredible staff. @celsimus_prime , @alixmage777 and Matt Lenrow thank you for sticking with us since day one, helping us rebuild during and after covid and keeping our small venue thriving as long as it has. Huge shout out to @price_stevenson_iv who just came on board within the last year but has been an invaluable part of the operation as well.
To the hundreds of musicians who have graced our stage, anyone who came out to enjoy a show or anyone who just stopped in for a beer. Thank you!
We’ll see you tonight at open mic!
Bailey was an early supporter of bizcolumnist.com, and we wish him well in his next endeavors!