Since 1995 Murray Hill Theatre, a non-profit nightclub on the westside of Jacksonville, Florida, has put on over 2,000 live music events.
This year Murray Hill Theatre, one of Jacksonville’s longest running live music venues, is commemorating their 17 years of operation by holding a 2-day festival style event in August featuring some of music’s biggest names: Disciple, Bleach, A Plea For Purging, Sent By Ravens, House Of Heroes, Nine Lashes, My Epic, Run Kid Run, The Wedding, As Hell Retreats, Onward To Olympas, To Speak Of Wolves, Becoming The Archetype, Wolves At The Gate plus several local bands and acoustic singer/songwriters on the Café Stage.

The festivities are scheduled for August 17 & 18, 2012 at the Murray Hill Theatre, located at 932 Edgewood Ave South, Jacksonville, Florida, 32205. Doors on  August 17th open at 3:00pm and 11:00 am on the 18th. More info available on the Facebook event page:
https://www.facebook.com/events/210644389057192/ and advanced tickets are available for purchase online on Murray Hill Theatre’s website:
www.mhtrocks.com.

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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