Veterans Day falls on a Saturday this year, and the folks at Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) have come up with a way for you to spend it.
Tyler Rothrock, the Nazareth-bred, New York City-based comedian who recorded his upcoming debut album, “Tyler of Nazareth,” at SteelStacks earlier this year, will return to the ArtsQuest Center for the album’s official release party on Thursday, November 2.
A group of Northeastern PA musicians are coming together for a benefit for victims of the July 14 bus accident that took the life of former M80 vocalist Janet Rains, best known by her stage name, Jane Train.
Another spectacular, brilliant edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series — presented in conjunction with our fantastic partners, SouthSide Arts District — is in the books. You’ve heard the bands. You’ve seen the photos. Now, we move onward to November.
The spirit of independent art was in the air at Allentown’s Cedar Beach Park on Saturday afternoon, where long-awaited (by some) brisk fall conditions didn’t stop the crowds from coming out to enjoy Day 2 of Allentown ArtsFest.
Like the weather, the music scene plans to stay hot this week, with another weekend festival highlighting the action.
Take a look at what’s in store, ladies and gentlemen, as we ride into the (presumably) colder months with these…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Earlier this month, we announced that Billy Bauer Band and Acoustic Kitty Project would be teaming up to take the Godfrey Daniels stage during the next installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series on Friday, October 6.
Photo credit: Bonnie J. Schupp
Continuing the trend of our local libraries hosting full-time touring musicians, Allentown Public Library (1210 Hamilton St.) will be joining the action on the evening of Wednesday, October 4.
I spent a couple of hours at the festival at Scott and Riverside Parks along the Delaware River, and had the opportunity to enjoy sights and sounds that included live music, unique hairstyles, interesting talents, and a little bit of street art.
Easton’s Riverside Festival of the Arts takes place this weekend, September 16 and 17, at Scott and Riverside Parks along the Delaware and Lehigh River meeting in Easton. The festival “celebrates the colorful and creative spirit of Easton” by providing free visual, literary, and performing arts programming throughout the weekend.
Below, we have a full itinerary for both parks throughout the weekend. Those looking for more updates and information can find it here on Facebook.