July 19, 2013 - Show at 8:00, doors at 7:00 - Aubrey & Evan, The Floats, Whats Next

Aubrey & Evan

Aubrey has performed at numerous venues and sings for SF School District’s Blue & Gold competition choir. She sang the Star Spangle Banner for over 2,000 people and starred in a national commercial that aired on Disney and Nickelodeon. Aubrey had the pleasure of singing with many incredibly talented, young musicians but tonight is the pinnacle of her career as she takes the stage with her favorite “rock star studs” and one of her best girl friends.

Evan Napier is 13 years old. He’s an honor student at SF Middle School and is actively involved in sports and music. He’s always enjoyed music and decided to learn to play piano about a year ago. Over the past year, he’s performed at Chaplin’s, World Cafe Live, Sellersville Theater and a handful of smaller venues. He’s equally influenced by classics like Billy Joel and Elton John, as well as contemporary artists like The Fray and Bruno Mars.

The Floats

The Floats are a young band consisting of Matt, 16-guitar and back-up vocals, Chris-drum), Sean, 14-bass and a good friend Aubrey (14-lead vocals). They play a wide variety of music, including rock, pop, and country. They played many venues, including local golf courses, Alibi’s Café in West Chester, Steel City Coffeehouse, and numerous outdoor festivals. They won two Battle of the Bands competitions in 2012.

Whats Next

What’s Next formed in 2012 when Aubrey (lead vocals) asked friends Emma (keys, backup vocals) and Drew (drums) if they wanted to start a band. These three original band members are now joined by Logan (guitar) and Tate (bass). They played in venues, such as: The World Café Live (Philadelphia), Steel City Coffeehouse (Phoenixville), local township events and fundraisers, Chaplin's Music Cafe (Spring City), parades and private parties (birthday/graduation/neighborhood block parties).



General Admission
Tickets $10 Online or $12 at the door
($.75 online handling fee applies)

Stuff to keep in mind…
1. No paper tickets are mailed. Your name will be added to the “Will Call” list.
2. Chaplin’s is BYOB. There is a $4 per drinker corkage fee, for those who would like to bring beer or wine.
3. Doors open one hour before showtime.
4. Chaplin’s does not allow audio or video recording during live performances.
Reserved seating in the main listening room

Parties of 1 or 2 will be seated along the side bar in the main listening room. Parties of 3 or more will be seated at tables in the main room. Seating

Our Cafe opens at 7pm, and we will hold your table until 7:45.

Please print your receipt in order to redeem your reservation.