Welcome to the Last Great American Roadhouse!

The Stanhope House is a historic New Jersey concert venue housing live performances by popular national artists, up-and-coming local bands and comedians. There’s something for everyone here at the Stanhope House; blues, rock, jazz, folk, reggae, comedy, pop, hip-hop, ska, hardcore, dance and everything in between!

If walls could talk, the old walls of The Stanhope House would have some unbelievable stories to tell. Built in the 1790’s, we take great pride in keeping the building as original as possible. From the wood floors to the original tin ceiling, and everything in between, the building is a time capsule of musical history. The club was the stomping grounds and post-show hangout of a massive array of beloved blues legends.  When you come to an event at The Stanhope House, you will be gazing upon the same stage where Muddy Waters, Johnny Winter, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Buddy Guy, Paul Butterfield, and John Lee Hooker had all once stood. We continue making history today as John Mayall, James Cotton, Joan Osborne, Rusted Root, The Original Wailers, Rakim, Mobb Deep, Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Fishbone, Taproot, Aaron Carter, Gilbert Gottfried, and Judy Gold take the stage, just to name a few.

As one of the most prestigious and historically significant concert venues in the country, we welcome you into our home to enjoy an unforgettable musical experience and a taste of hundreds of years of artistry.



45 Main Street, Stanhope, NJ


40.9025571, -74.708085

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