We stand here, in slight disbelief that we’ve already reached the middle of October. 2017 has been quite an eventful year, here at Lehigh Valley Underground and across our community in general. And, while the year is certainly still far from over, it’s not too early to reflect on all we’ve seen and heard.
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.
We have official artwork for the October edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series. Once that happens, that’s the official signal that it’s getting real out here.
I was catching up with LVU Contributor Lisa Robinson last night during a visit to Hardball Cider in Bethlehem. As you might expect from two people so involved in our local music scene, the conversation included the music that is important to us.
With the live scene coming down from its summertime peak, fall seems like a fine time to release some new material.
Summer isn’t over yet — we still have the epic start to a new era of First Friday in South Bethlehem to kick off Labor Day weekend, after all. However, the temperatures are getting slightly cooler, the days are just a bit shorter, and it’s undeniable: summer is winding down.
This is the first weekend in three weekends that there’s not a festival happening right in our backyard.
Guys, it’s getting real now…
In two weeks, we’ll be smack in the middle of Musikfest.
We are completely prepared for Friday night’s Hard Rock Rebellion to be a ridiculous night of rock and roll. We hope that you are, too!
Our May-riffic Music Festival is only ten days away at American Spirits Roadhouse (1090 NJ-173, Asbury, NJ). We can’t wait to spend Memorial Day Weekend with you and 15 of the region’s top original artists, beginning on Saturday, May 27 and carrying through Sunday, May 28.