“We built that entire venue to celebrate local musicians, to provide a space where locals can see their friends on stage without having to worry about paying for a ticket or buying a cover, and we’re excited now to be able to operate in that way,” says Spencer Fronk, one of Number Thirty Eight’s owners.
Soon after the indoor-outdoor venue opened at 3560 Chestnut Place in 2021, some neighbors complained that music from its stage and audio-visual system could be heard inside their homes late at night. That kicked off a case with the city to determine whether the venue should be able to keep its cabaret license.
In June of this year, the neighbors and Number…
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