Among Philadelphia’s best-loved mid-size music halls is this easily accessible Loft District gem, which hosts a well-curated lineup of both local and national hip-hop, indie rock, folk and electronic acts. Opened in 2011, it’s a relative newcomer to the city’s overall scene, but the building itself has been standing since the 1800s, its name a nod to the multi-level space’s former life as a railroad facility. The high ceilings provide the proper acoustics to complement a state-of-the-art sound system, plus a customizable stage that can creep forward or shove back to alter the scope of any performance.
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