The Pietasters

The seed was planted in 1990. A bunch of friends started a band with no pretensions: the idea was to make music for house parties, not to make a career out of music. These guys and a girl grew up in and around Washington, D.C. The scene was small and all the Punks, Skins, and Mods intermixed in those days. You were as likely to see a Mod at a Scream show as you were to see a Punk at a Toasters show. This varied influence is what informed the covers that the Pietasters played and the originals they wrote trying to emulate their favorite bands. From Two-Tone Ska, to Jamaican crooners like Alton Ellis, to Stax, Motown, harDCore, and British Punk, the Pietasters played what they liked to play and the house partiers appreciated the mix and crammed into basements and living rooms for sweaty all night keg drinking and dancing.

Sgt. Scagnetti

The Monkeychunks

Three Grown Bastards out to prove that Punk Rock Keeps you Young!
Suburban Street Punk spanning from NY's South Shore to NJ's Jersey Shore. Old school punk, snotty power pop, traces of hardcore and Oi! All the things that will make you Pogo 'til your pants fall down. Bring the kids. Heck, bring the babysitter. We're pretty sure her taste in music sucks and her pants are ugly. Everybody's pants are gonna fall down and there's not a damn thing you can do about it. Come out early. Stay late. Have a beer. Have a shot. Have a banana. Have an aneurysm. Freak out and go apeshit!

Lunch Trucks


Band of brothers from New Jersey playing surf punk ska.



$20 in advance, or $25 cash at the door.

$5 Food & Beverage Minimum collected in cash at door for all guests under the age of 21; Voucher redeemable in restaurant.

Who’s Going

Upcoming Events
Stanhope House - Main Stage