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Old Rock House Presents:

Phillipalooza – Friday

18+ Only
Phillipalooza 411621697552788
Friday, December 01
Doors: 5:30pm // Show: 6pm
$15 / Day Of : $15
$2 cash surcharge at the door for under 21

The two night holiday season tradition is BACK!! The Old Rock House is proud to present Phillipalooza 2023. This local music festival and fundraiser returns to the Old Rock House for the 17th year on Friday, December 1 and Saturday December 2 with unique and diverse lineups of local talent for each night. There’s something for everyone at Phillipalooza. There will also be a silent auction, raffle prizes and a 50/50 raffle each night. 

Phillipalooza is a concert held in honor of local musician Phil Wright’s father Phillip. Phillip lost his battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease) in 2006. The show is held every year in honor of his memory. A portion of the proceeds will go to support the ALS Association.

Doors will be at 5:30pm and music will begin promptly at 6:00 pm and go till around 1am each evening with 6 of St. Louis’s top bands performing each night.

Tickets are $15 per night or $25 for a two night pass.

The lineup and schedule for each is below (please note that lineups are subject to change). Schedules for each night will be released the week of the show.

One Way Traffic 
Brother Francis and the Soul Tones
The Scandaleros
The Service
Colt Ball & Friends

Funky Butt Brass Band
Sean Canan’s Voodoo Players
Alligator Wine
Emily Wallace
Moon Valley

There was a legendary musician who coined a term 'electric church' in reference to the live music experience. The vibrations of the electric guitars, the drums, and the speakers equating to the energy in the room. We all have an appreciation for music, the beautiful sounds that reflect our humanity. The love and pain, wrong and right, hot and cold, day and night. These sounds embody the energy of inspiration flowing naturally as the seasons. Soul, for its heart, its sweet surrender, and joy. Rock, for its raw emotion, epic heights, and foundation. Funk, for its groove, its ass shaking, and mash potatoes.
One Way Traffic is from St. Louis & features Leah Osborne, Drew Lance, Erik Ferguson, Sam Aubuchon & Sam Avery. Just a band making music we believe in.
Made up of a group of veteran St. Louis musicians with years of experience performing and recording with some of the top bands in the region. The Scandaleros have played multiple festivals and events around the region and have shared the stage with some of the top talent in the area as well as national acts along the way.
The Grooveliner was formed in February 2015 with the idea of keeping all the avenues of creativity open by not labeling themselves as a genre-specific group. Instead, The Grooveliner brings everything to the table with one consistent theme, IT MUST GROOVE! With their current focus on Funk/Latin/Rock/Soul, The Grooveliner is comprised of six seasoned (funky/salty/sweet) St. Louis musicians with different personal and musical backgrounds. Their goal is to be as musically diverse as the people that make up the great city of St. Louis. So give them your ear and let The Grooveliner take you on a musical journey unlike any other.
Founded in the spring of 2012, The Service has come. A new funk super group certain to groove you. Enjoy!