You’ve waited for months. Now, tickets to our May-riffic Music Festival at American Spirits Roadhouse are finally available to the public!
With her workshop, “Finding Your Voice, and Making It Heard,” singer-songwriter, recording artist, graphic artist, entrepreneur, mother, grandmother, wife, and community activist Dina Hall chronicles the journey of a shy introvert who learned how to look within herself for the ability to take on adversity, and strengthen her family and her community.
On Saturday, May 28, Hall will bring her program to Bethlehem’s Charles Brown Ice House.
This week, we sit down with Bryan Tuk who, in addition to running law practices across Pennsylvania as the namesake behind Tuk Law Offices, is the founder of Performing Arts Live!, Inc., which produces Allentown JazzFest. Bryan shares what’s new and exciting about this year’s festival, taking place May 3-7 in downtown Allentown, PA, and how it all fits into his vision for a more vibrant Allentown.
Also, we have a couple more May-riffic Music Festival artists, a world premiere, and classic Stupid News and Somethin’ Good.
Thanks to The Valley Ledger and Tuk Law Offices for their ongoing support.
Two bands made their Originals Music Series debut on Thursday night in the form of progressive instrumental trio The Cozy and alt-rockers Glue Factory.
Heading into this week, it seems that a lot of people are looking forward to the Southside Arts & Music Festival, taking place all over South Bethlehem and presented by ArtsQuest this Friday and Saturday. We are, too. In fact, somebody will be there on behalf of LVU pretty much all weekend!
That, however, is just the tip of the iceberg. Many more performances of note await this week. These include our…