2022 Music Fest

Chicago 9 Tribute Band

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Friday, June 17th at 7:30 PM

Phil Saglembeni, a lifetime fan of the band “Chicago”, re-created the Sounds Of Society, Chicago Tribute Band in 2010. In January 2016 they renamed the group “Chicago 9 Tribute Band” to better convey what this band was all about. Back in 1978, Phil was a member of a group of musicians in his hometown of Willingboro, NJ. This group of the top talented musicians in each of their musical categories from the Willingboro Jazz band had put together a sound that was a replica of the group, Chicago. The band was together for a brief 6 months and disbanded as members of the group went on to college.

At that time, Phil had a vision to some day bring back that style and type band, this vision became a reality in January 2010. As the first meeting commenced at Phil’s home in Hamilton, NJ, the members present were realizing that they were going to be part of something big. They started rehearsals in mid-summer 2010 and after only three rehearsals performed their first live show for a video demo shoot in August 2010. The response to that show was amazing as the crowd gave a standing ovation. They knew that they were on to something very special and continued to work to become the best they could be. The band has grown by leaps and strides and is currently referred to as the Premier Chicago Tribute band in the Delaware Valley area. Some are saying that they are the best on the East Coast and we tend to agree. They are committed and excited to bring you the best sounds possible and make you feel like they’ve taken you back to yesteryear. For the love of the band “Chicago”, they bring you “Chicago 9” a Tribute to the music of Chicago!!

Visit the Chicago 9 Tribute Band website:  www.sosctb.com

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Essential Tips for Attending the Festival

CASH ONLY for all parking and beer gardens (there is an inside ATM at Ambler Savings Bank)

ROAD CLOSURES: At 2 PM on Friday, June 17th Butler Ave will close from Main Street to Lindenwold.  Partial closures of Poplar & Ridge Streets. begin Friday at 2 AM.  For detailed listing of closures click here.

All performances are FREE

The music and stage will be in the Cavalier Drive Parking Lot again this year.

No Glass Containers - Glass containers (bottles, drinkware, etc.) and coolers are not allowed.

BYOC (Bring Your Own Chair) seating is limited.

The Ambler Arts & Music Festival will run RAIN or SHINE

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