Philadelphia's premier live performance venue and nightclub, Coda is located in the busy neighborhood of Rittenhouse Square. From the newest artists to live DJ sets, this flexible event space allows for all kinds of performances and events.
Coda is an up-and-coming venue, opening its doors in February 2015. Within that year, the venue, located at 1712 Walnut Street, became known primarily as one for EDM shows. To celebrate its one year anniversary, Coda threw a successful party, making it known that it caters to all kinds of music genres.
Within its first year in operation, Coda brought in various big names, including hip-hop veteran Grandmaster Flash and a local favorite band, Rusted Root. After having been open for two years, this venue has built a reputation for itself and hosted several sold-out shows, including Dead Maus. Live performances and DJs can be seen nearly every night.
Coda has certainly catered to the EDM scene while offering a lively and exciting space for a wide range of other events. Its lighting is impeccable, and the decor is modern, adding to the overall open feel of the space. Open every Friday and Saturday, as well as Sunday through Thursday on a per event basis, Coda generally always has something happening. Local residents can join Coda's email list in order to receive news and updates. As more and more artists perform at this venue, Coda has been able to land bigger names, creating more hype around its events.
Coda is a general admission venue, meaning the space is utilized on a first-come, first-serve basis. The large, open floor plan allows for great views from all surrounding locations. For those who would prefer to sit, there are some seats and tables available on both the main level floor, as well as on the second-floor mezzanine. These spaces can also be reserved in advance. For those who are interested, and 21 or over, there are three large full-service bars. The main level and restrooms are handicap accessible.
Known as the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia has a rich history and plenty to offer. Being Pennsylvania's largest city, it has no shortage of things to see and do. From the Liberty Bell to Independence Hall, this city played a major role in the American Revolution. Philadelphia also offers plenty for art and music enthusiasts. Catch a show at the historic Trocadero Theatre, which opened in 1870. For music lovers, this is a must-see venue. For those more interested in sports, be sure to stop off at Citizens Bank Park.
Coda operates as a member-based social club, offering certain privileges that other venues lack, including the right to legally operate until 3 a.m.