With Bethlehem’s traditional Parade of Shamrocks canceled for 2018, our community partners at SouthSide Arts District are trying to ensure that St. Patrick’s Day is still worth celebrating in Christmas City.
While you wait patiently for news on the March edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series – it’s coming soon, we promise! – we’re excited to announce another fun performance opportunity we’re offering alongside our community partners at SouthSide Arts District starting in May.
We are proud to co-present the new Out to Lunch series. Starting Friday, May 4 on the South Bethlehem Greenway (between New & Adams Streets), attendees can enjoy the beautiful weather, catch a free concert, and rock their lunches from 12-2 p.m. Partake in discounted take-out lunch specials, live music, and pop-up vendors. Every week will showcase a different sound and style. Picnic tables and blankets will be provided, but seating is limited.
Now, for the “live music” part of this equation: we are looking for artists to perform as a part of Out to Lunch this spring and summer! The only requirements are as follows:
- You must be available from 12-2 p.m. on the Friday of your performance.
- Due to the laid-back nature of the series, solo/acoustic performers are preferred.
- You need to tell us more about yourself using the form below!
We will be accepting performers on a rolling basis. Please feel free to reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions!
Local musicians Anita and Dan DeChellis are preparing to release their new improvisational duo recording, titled “Do You Mind.” To celebrate, the couple will hold a special listening party this Saturday at 8 p.m. at Connexions Gallery in Easton.
In advance of next month’s Lehigh Valley Music Awards ceremony at SteelStacks, the Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association (GLVMA) has announced the event’s special honorees.
Thought you were done voting for this year’s Lehigh Valley Music Awards?
Think again, because there’s still one more award to decide.
Tape Swap Radio and the Bethlehem Area Public Library have teamed up to host the Lehigh Valley Punk Rock Flea Market at BAPL on Saturday, February 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Groove Merchants have a big show next Sunday, February 18, when they’ll open for nationally-known bluesman John Nemeth at Mauch Chunk Opera House in Jim Thorpe.
To start the week, they’ll share their excitement on WLVU: The Sound of The Underground.
An acclaimed singer-songwriter playing amid the pottery of Color Me Mine, and the alt-country sounds of Acoustic Kitty Project at the Comfort Suites are part of the diverse music experiences SouthSide Arts & Music Festival (SSAMF) attendees can enjoy for free, thanks to a new partnership between ArtsQuest and Lehigh Valley Underground.
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Local blues/funk/rock standouts The Groove Merchants have had no shortage of notable performances over the years.
In just a couple weeks, they’ll add yet another to their impressive resume.