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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

Later this month!
Sat
Aug
3
Later this month!

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Show Type: Adult Contemporary
Restrictions: All Ages
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Macy Gray
Fri
Aug
30
Macy Gray

Show Time: 8:30 pm
Doors Open: 7:00 pm
Ticket Price: $45-$80
Show Type: Adult Contemporary
Restrictions: All Ages
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Pat Travers Band
Fri
Sep
6
Pat Travers Band

Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $20-$45
Show Type: Rock
Restrictions: All Ages
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POCO
Sat
Sep
7
POCO

Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $30-$65
Show Type: Rock
Restrictions: All Ages
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The High Kings
Thu
Sep
12
The High Kings

Show Time: 8:30 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Ticket Price: $20-$40
Show Type: Irish Folk
Restrictions: All Ages
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Ludlow Garage in the News...

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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Ludlow Garage 40th Anniversary

Cincinnati Public Radio, WVXU

In 1969, there were two streets in Cincinnati which were a hotbed for young activists, music lovers, and hippies… Calhoun Street and Ludlow Avenue. On this one-hour special, you’ll hear about a legendary music club on Ludlow Avenue from some of the folks who worked there and knew the scene.

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