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Dear Friends of My Father's Place, patrons, and ticket holders.
Due to the pandemic, we have been rescheduling our shows scheduled for this summer on a show-by-show basis.
The current unsettled situation, when it is not clear when and how we can reopen, makes us want to be extra cautious, so that we can present shows in a way that is safe and comfortable for you, our staff, and for our artists.
We have been working with all of our artists to reschedule a date far enough back that we know we will not have to postpone shows twice. We anticipate the rescheduled dates to be in late 2020 or in early 2021.
We ask you to please not seek refunds until we have a new confirmed date for any postponed show. If at the time we have a new date, you decide you cannot make the show, then we will provide you with a refund.
This will help us out tremendously, as refunding tickets is an expense difficult for us to afford right now. We thank you very much for you understanding and support, and we assure you that My Father's Place will be back better than ever.
We hope you are safe and in good spirits during this difficult period, and we look forward to bringing you great shows and entertainment again soon.
My Father’s Place
There was a time in Long Island's cultural history when the whole world looked here for the next big trend in rock 'n' roll. That was between 1974 and 1980, the heyday of My Father's Place, a cabaret in Roslyn. And Michael Epstein, known as Eppy, ran the whole shebang. Along with My Father's Place, which opened on Memorial Day in 1971 with a concert by Richie Havens, a confluence of entities created a scene that would influence music for decades to come.
The New York Times, August 27, 2000.
Between 1971 and 1987, My Father’s Place presented more than 6,000 shows from over 3,000 diverse artists. It was the premier venue for original local talent and an essential tour stop for established national acts. During its prolific era, the club presented an unmatched and unforgettable range of talent in rock, jazz, fusion, country, punk, soul, reggae, folk, and comedy. The club was especially known for as a place for aspiring artists such as Madonna, Bruce Springsteen, Aerosmith, Billy Joel, Charlie Daniels, Linda Ronstadt, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Tom Petty, and so many more. Not just musicians, but young comedians like Billy Crystal, Eddie Murphy, and Andy Kaufman also got their start there.
MFP debuted in America most of Reggae’s biggest stars, helping to make the genre mainstream, and along with CBGB’s and Max’s Kansas City, was a nurturing ground for young punk and new wave acts like The Runaways, The Ramones, Blondie, The Police, and The Talking Heads. But unlike other clubs, who specialized in one form of music or one period in time, My Father’s Place hosted national acts at the same time it was helping to break new artists. James Brown, B.B. King, Stanley Clarke, Rick Derringer, Bo Diddley, and a host of other music greats performed as well. Indeed, few clubs in history have showcased the depth and breadth of talent like My Father’s Place.
Located on the 2nd Level of the Parking Garage.
Seating is first-come first seated, arrive early for the best concert and dining experience.
Free parking is available on site. Enter via Lumber Road and up to Parking Garage or Old Northern Blvd. and down to the Parking Garage
There is a $25 minimum per person which can be filled by ordering any menu items.
Served 6pm to 9pm.
1221 Old Northern Boulevard, Roslyn, NY 11576
We are here to make your musical and dining experience the best possible.
Please let us know your special needs and we always welcome your suggestions.
If you are a large party, we will do our best to hold a table for you.
For small groups, no reservation necessary, your ticket is your table reservation.
Please come early, so we can give you the best seats.