The Independence Hall in Philadelphia was once home to a rock band that became known as the Philadelphia Express.
It was the site of the band’s first concert, a night in February 1955 that was the largest-selling show of the day.
The band would go on to perform at the Independence Hall twice more, most recently in 2014.
The Independence has hosted a string of big-name concerts, most notably a concert with the Rolling Stones, and the Independence has even had its own television show.
But despite the success of the Independence, the Independence hall has never been the home of a rock concert.
Now, that’s changing.
In a move that’s been hailed as a major milestone for rock bands, the Philadelphia Independence Hall is finally opening its doors for a rock show.
The concert is set to kick off on Thursday, May 19 at 7:30 p.m. and will be the first time the Independence’s entire floor will be filled with live music.
For those who don’t know, the rock-and-roll hall was built in 1959 to house rock bands from the 60s to the 90s.
Now it’s being used as a venue for the Philadelphia Jazz Band, the Philly Opera, and other groups.
The Independence Hall has long been the venue for local musicians, as well as rock bands.
But when the rock band The Eagles performed there in the early 1970s, the concert’s venue became an eyesore.
It became a target for vandalism.
The Eagles’ original venue, the Lincoln Theatre, is now home to some of the most beloved venues in the city, including the Museum of the City of New York and the U.S. Capitol.
The Philadelphia Independence was renovated and reopened in the mid-2000s.
It has hosted rock concerts since, including an intimate one on Sept. 1 with the Grateful Dead.