Lori's Roadhouse

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4924 Union Centre Pavilion Dr, Ste B , West Chester Township, OH, 45069, US

Phone: 513-603-6200


LRHLive is a full-service restaurant and live music venue located in the heart of Greater Cincinnati.

Our menu offers a wide variety of backyard BBQ style southern favorites locally sourced and prepared from our kitchen to your table.

This 24,000 square foot facility features two stages that will showcase live country music from local, regional, and national artists. We offer 250 dining seats, multiple large screen TVs, and three bars serving freshly made cocktails all night long.

LRHLive is the perfect location to host private events and can accommodate up to 2,200 guests.

Come out and enjoy delicious food, live music, and amazing nightlife as we bring Music City to the Queen City for a one-of-a-kind intimate and memorable experience.


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Ian Munsick at Lori's Roadhouse

Recap of Ian Munsick at LRH on 5/14/22

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Lori's Roadhouse- Live Music, Cold Beer, and A Lot of Fun!

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Jo Dee Messina at Lori's Roadhouse

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Coupons & Deals

Happy Hour 4-6p Tuesday-Friday

$3 Bud Light 12oz
$4 House Wine
$5 Select Cocktails
$10 LRH Burger & Beer

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Become an official LRH membership holder today! Below are all of the perks that come with a membership purchase:

-Free access to national artist meet and greets on select shows
-First access to concert tickets through the official LRH membership presales when applicable
-Free entry to Tuesday's line dancing
-15% off hotel rooms at Avid hotel in West Chester, OH. Booking link will be sent in your confirmation email
-10% off a dozen at Molly's Cupcakes located at Liberty Center
-One free VIP ticket upgrade per year
-20% off LRH merchandise
-Free cover on Friday nights for non national acts
-10% off LRH food on non-national act nights


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Line Dancing

Free Line Dancing from 7-9 PM. Open dance 9 PM-close

When: September 26, 2023 7:00PM - 9:00PM
Where: Lori's Roadhouse
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Boozy Bingo

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When: September 27, 2023 6:00PM - 11:45PM
Where: Lori's Roadhouse
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John Michael Montgomery

LRH presents John Michael Montgomery live! John Michael Montgomery has turned an uncanny ability to relate to fans into one of country music’s most storied careers. Behind the string of hit records, the roomful of awards and the critical and fan accolades that have defined his phenomenal success lies a connection that goes beyond his undeniable talent and his proven knack for picking hits. Since the days when “Life’s A Dance” turned him from an unknown artist into a national star, John Michael’s rich baritone has carried that most important of assets–believability. Few artists in any genre sing with more heart than this handsome Kentucky-born artist.

It is readily apparent in love songs that have helped set the standard for a generation. Songs like “I Swear,” “I Love the Way You Love Me” and “I Can Love You Like That” still resonate across the landscape–pop icon and country newcomer Jessica Simpson cited “I Love The Way You Love Me” as an influence in a recent interview. It is apparent in the 2004 hit “Letters From Home,” one of the most moving tributes to the connection between soldiers and their families ever recorded, and in “The Little Girl,” a tale of redemption that plumbs both the harrowing and the uplifting. It is apparent even in the pure fun that has always found its way into John Michael’s repertoire–songs like “Be My Baby Tonight” and “Sold (The Grundy County Auction Incident),” where John Michael’s vocal earnestness takes musical whimsy to another level.

The family band played on weekends throughout the area, and John Michael and his brother Eddie eagerly soaked up everything about it.

The hits followed steadily, with songs like “Rope The Moon,” “If You’ve Got Love,” “No Man’s Land,” “Cowboy Love,” “As Long As I Live,” “Friends” and “How Was I To Know” establishing him as one of the elite acts of the era. He received the CMA Horizon award and was named the ACM’s Top New Vocalist, setting off a long series of awards that included the CMA’s Single and Song of the Year, Billboard’s Top Country Artist, and a Grammy nomination. Heavy touring meant he kept the close touch with fans he had begun in the clubs back home.

“You get to know your fans and what they like more and more through the years,” he says, “and you kind of gravitate towards one another.”

Indeed, he has always had an extraordinarily close relationship with his fans, and they have stayed with him through good and bad times.

Asked what he thinks gave him the edge in a career that calls millions but gives stardom to just a few, he pauses, then thinks back to the legacy of his parents.

“I reckon it was good genes and good blood,” he says with a smile. Few who know the depth and breadth of his own growing legacy would disagree.

When: September 29, 2023 8:00PM - 11:45PM
Where: 4924 Union Centre Pavilion Suite B
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LRH presents LANCO live on Friday, October 13th. Multi-Platinum selling band LANCO continues to forge new territory after the roots-frontier explorers and live-performance junkies broke out with the 2x Platinum multi-week No. One hit “Greatest Love Story.” Creating a heartland rocker for a new generation, the band followed up with the Billboard Country Albums chart topper HALLELUJAH NIGHTS, marking the first Country group to earn a No. One debut in a decade. Additionally LANCO garnered another PLATINUM certified hit with “Born To Love You”, before the launch of their new anthemic HONKY-TONK HIPPIES EP, which was self-produced by the band, with each track penned by at least two members. The group traveled to the iconic Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, AL to record the new music, absorbing its heart-pounding and soul-shaking influence. Now set to release five new tracks fit perfectly for the road. New music from the ACM “New Group of the Year” follows multiple nominations from the CMT, CMA, ACM, AMA and iHeartAwards, while Lancaster became the first member of a group to win NSAI’s “Songwriter/Artist of the Year” award. As LANCO continues to “bring the full-band sound back to Country” (Newsday) the five-man band will build off their deep-rooted connection with fans on their headlining HONKY-TONK HIPPIES TOUR. For more information on LANCO visit www.lancomusic.com.

When: October 13, 2023 8:00PM - 11:45PM
Where: Lori's Roadhouse
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Chase Matthew

LRH presents Chase Matthew live on October 27th. Warner Music Nashville’s Chase Matthew is on the fast track to becoming one of Nashville’s hottest newcomers. A Music City native, Matthew began his career by independently paving a path for himself in the genre, due to his infectious personality, rowdy live performances and authentic, relatable music – amassing a massive 450M+ global career streams (with more than 150M global streams on his first RIAA GOLD-certified smash, “County
Line”), garnering 1M+ followers across social media and being named a HITS Magazine “One to Watch.” Since releasing his debut album, ‘Born For This,’ earlier this year, Matthew has been busy selling out venues across the nation on his headline ‘Born For This’ Tour, recently making his hometown headline debut in Nashville to a SOLD-OUT crowd of more than 1,600 fans. His latest single, “The Way I Am,” is out now, and fans can expect more new music from this Nashville riser in the coming months.

When: October 27, 2023 8:00PM - 11:45PM
Where: 4924 Union Centre Pavilion Suite B
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Chayce Beckham

American Idol winner and “Artist to Watch” (Country Now, Country Swag, Music Mayhem Magazine, Sounds Like Nashville) Chayce Beckham is “no doubt a force to be reckoned with, while proving he will leave a scorching mark on the Country music genre for years to come” (PopCulture). Beckham’s debut EP Doin’ It Right skyrocketed to No. 1 on iTunes All Genre and Country charts and received critical acclaim from E! News!, Billboard, People, CMT, PopCulture, Sweety High and more. The first to ever win the competition show with an original song, his semi-autobiographical, self-written track “23” instantly shot to the top of numerous viral charts. Now climbing the charts at Country radio, Beckham’s “23” resonated so deeply with fans that it has continuously banked over 1 million on-demand streams per week since its 2021 release, amassing over 238 million thus far. A triple threat artist, Beckham is an incredibly captivating performer, powerhouse vocalist and talented songwriter who will join Country superstar Luke Bryan on his 2023 Country On Tour this summer. The “rising Country star” (Country Now), whose voice Katy Perry said sounds “like the heart of America,” went from working as a fork-lift driver to winning American Idol to appearing on Good Morning America, Jimmy Kimmel,and Live with Kelly & Ryan to becoming a truly prolific songwriter in the room with some of Nashville’s best. Recognized as one of 10 new Country artists “destined for killer careers” (Country Swag) and the “Next Big Thing” by Music Row, the “full-fledged Country star” (CMT) just released the whiskey-soaked ballad “Till The Day I Die” on April 28, continuing his rise as “one of the best new country artists to watch out for” (PopCulture)

When: November 3, 2023 8:00PM - 11:45PM
Where: 4924 Union Centre Pavilion
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Drake Milligan

When country music newcomer Drake Milligan moved from Fort Worth to Nashville, he didn’t just come here to sing. He came to listen. At just 19 years old, armed with an appreciation for the history of country music, Milligan listened in co-writes and recording sessions, where songwriters taught him how to tell a story, legendary producers taught him how to use the mics and studio as a vehicle for his voice, seasoned musicians were willing to back the new guy, and his country music heroes shared insightful advice on how to seamlessly shift from the studio and the stage –letting things snowball from there.Now at 23 years old, having taken inall that wisdom, he’s ready to introduce himself to the world with the release of his debut EP,Drake Milligan. It was Milligan’s intent to pen every song on his first release, but he knew that he’d be better off if he didn’t go at it alone. “Word got around, and I was invited into more and more co-writes, and finding my own sound was what that was all about.”“I wrote for the last three years. I write every day. You realize when you get to Nashville that you have to write thousands of songs before a really good one comes out,” he says.That’s where his heroes came in. Milligan was able to book writing sessions with industry legends like Bill Anderson(Brad Paisley, Conway Twitty, George Strait), Dean Dillon(Chris Stapleton, George Strait, Kenny Chesney),Monty Criswell(Josh Turner, Trace Adkins, Tanya Tucker), MarvGreen(Billy Currington, Brooks & Dunn, Lonestar), Paul Overstreet(Blake Shelton, Randy Travis, Ronnie Milsap),Terry McBride(Easton Corbin, Garth Brooks, Hank Williams Jr.) and Brice Long(Jon Pardi, Gary Allan, Randy Houser). “The reason I came to Nashvilleis because all of my heroes are here. All the guys who wrote and played on my favorite songs are still so good. They wake up every day and want to write the best song they can. I wanted to learn something from every write. Writing with those songwriters was a rite of passage for me,” Milligan says. “Seeing how excited Bill and Dean and the others are about writing songs was so inspiring to me.” “We all get here with a different set of influences. Mine were mainly George Strait and Elvis. Along with a lot of Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, and George Jones. That’s what my mom and dad listened to, so my earliest music memories came from that,” he says. “As I was writing, I learned that the best sad songs are bittersweet and even a little hopeful. I love that tradition in country music: how sad songs can help you feel understood. That’s the magic, because not everything in life is sunshine and rainbows.”Once the songs were written, it was time to find a producer. Milligan enlisted the award-winning music producer and industry iconTony Brown(Brooks & Dunn, George Strait, Vince Gill) and songwriter/producer Brandon Hood. Brown first discovered Milligan’s talent as a performer when he saw him portray Elvis Presley in the 2017 CMT TV series Sun Records, an adaptation of the Tony-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet.

When: November 17, 2023 8:00PM - 11:45PM
Where: 4924 Union Centre Pavilion
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