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Your neighborhood gastropub is a true Cincinnati icon where world-class musicians have been coming to play for decades.  Come and experience what makes the Ludlow Garage a true Cincinnati staple with the restaurant and music community.

Upcoming Shows

POSTPONED: Brand X – opener District 97
Thu
Sep
24
POSTPONED: Brand X – opener District 97

Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $30-$50
Show Type: Rock
Restrictions: All Ages
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New Power Generation: Featuring the Music of Prince
Fri
Sep
25
New Power Generation: Featuring the Music of Prince

Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $30-$50
Show Type: Pop
Restrictions: All Ages
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Johnny A. Virtual Concert
Fri
Sep
25
Johnny A. Virtual Concert

Show Time: 9:00PM
Doors Open: Virtual Show
Ticket Price: $20
Show Type: Jazz
Restrictions: All Ages
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Postponed: Let’s Groove Tonight
Sat
Sep
26
Postponed: Let’s Groove Tonight

Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $20-$30
Show Type: Funk
Restrictions: All Ages
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Suzanne Vega Livestream
Wed
Oct
7
Suzanne Vega Livestream

Show Time: 9:00pm
Doors Open: Live Stream
Ticket Price: $20
Show Type: Folk
Restrictions: All Ages
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Ludlow Garage in the News...

Delbert McClinton Plays Garage March 20

Rolling Stone

Delbert McClinton describes his latest album Tall, Dark & Handsome, out July 26th, as “kind of a salute to Texas blues, the music I grew up on.” With respect to the always-succinct McClinton, it’s much more than that. As with his 2017 effort Prick of the Litter, the singer/songwriter/harmonica wizard shifts deftly between styles, smoothly segueing from straight-up blues to swing, country and jazz with the confidence of a master.

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Ludlow Rides Again

Cincinnati Magazine

The Ludlow Garage is legendary for some of us in Cincinnati. The Kinks, The Allman Brothers, The MC5, and Iggy Pop all performed there in the heyday of the 1970s.

When I caught wind that Brian Knueven and Kevin Worthington had taken over managing the place under the new ownership of David Taylor, I decided to look into what they have in store.

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Rock History at Ludlow Garage

CityBeat

It was the summer of Woodstock. A few weeks after the epic concert in 1969, its counter-culture musical vibe came to Cincinnati with the opening of Ludlow Garage at 346 Ludlow Ave. in Clifton. The club even had pieces of the original Woodstock sound system.

Cincinnati had never seen any thing like it and hasn’t since. It likely won’t again.

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