For the last sixteen years the Murray Hill Theatre, a non-profit nightclub on the westside of Jacksonville, has offered a safe place for young adults to enjoy live, uplifting entertainment in an environment free of drugs, alcohol, and second hand smoke. Since the summer of 1995 the Murray Hill Thetare has put on almost 2,000 live music events and concerts hosting the likes of Switchfoot, Jars of Clay, P.O.D., Family Force 5, The Almost, John Mark McMillan and countless other artists. Murray Hill Theatre has established itself as not only one of the best live music venues in the greater Jacksonville area but arguably as the nation’s premier Christian rock venue.

Murray Hill Theatre will be commemorating their sixteen years of existence by holding a daylong event in August featuring The Wedding and a slew of local and regional acts. Some of the bands scheduled to perform include local favorites Kaliyl, Second Thief, Rejoice The Awakening, Quiet Science and several other bands re-uniting just for this occasion. Additionally, the event will feature several acoustic singer/songwriters on the Café Stage.

The festivities are scheduled for Saturday, August 13, 2011 at the Murray Hill Theatre, which is located at 932 Edgewood Ave South, Jacksonville, Florida, 32205. Doors will open at 12:00pm and show starts at 12:30pm. Advanced tickets are available for purchase online on Murray Hill Theatre’s website:  Visit the website or call the event hotline for more information.

Murray Hill Theatre is an independent, 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization that is not affiliated with any church or denomination.


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