The Stanhope House |
The Last Great American Roadhouse
The Last Great American Roadhouse

The Stanhope House

45 Main St. Stanhope, NJ 07874

Property Description

The Stanhope House, built in 1790, is a historic New Jersey concert venue housing live performances by popular national bands, up-and-coming regionals, and comedians. Making its mark as a historic blues venue, these halls have been graced with blues' superstars Stevie Ray Vaughn, Johnny Winter, Muddy Waters, Etta James and countless more. Buzz of paranormal activity lingers throughout the building's history and continues to touch employees and patrons; you can't help but feel the effect of the thousands who have passed through these doors.

The Stanhope House now hosts some of the most popular bands in the world from a myriadĀ of genres including; rock, pop, country, indie, punk, metal, hip-hop, comedy, and everything else!

We also have a full restaurant, game bar, and beer garden open daily.

If you're looking for an unforgettable musical experience, a unique venue for your celebration or corporate event, or even just a drink and meal, come join us at "The Last Great American Roadhouse."