Now that Musikfest is behind us, it’s time to start looking ahead. If Julia Sommer’s debut EP “Roots” is any indication, the future is very bright for this young artist.
Category Archives: New in 2018
Every year, in addition to Musikfest veterans, new artists come into the fold every year at the nation’s largest free outdoor music festival.
One of those, Matt Wheeler of Matt Wheeler & Vintage Heart, hails from Lancaster. Matt has the opportunity he’s been waiting for, set to perform a solo set at Martin Guitar Lyrikplatz on the festival’s final day, Sunday, August 12 at 7 p.m.
We caught up briefly with Matt to get his thoughts on the gig.
Patrons looking for convenient and close access to all the music, food, and fun of Musikfest have more options than ever this year.
In addition to hosting Julie Williams during the August 2018 edition of #LVUFirstFriday, our friends and collaborators at Domaci will keep the party going on weekends, for as long as Musikfest is in town.
Scott Marshall is known regionally for his contributions to numerous charitable causes. That includes organizing musicians for this Saturday’s Wings & Strings American Caner Society benefit at Hellertown’s Dimmick Park.
A cancer survivor himself, Scott had plenty to say about why he supports the cause. Take a look below.
Andrew Dunn’s “The House Above The Factory” is a magical journey through life’s ups and downs, told in a way only Andrew Dunn can. The musical arrangements, the lyrics, and the excellent harmonies throughout the album are a true joy to listen to. The title track tells the story of life-changing events that alter the plans you laid when settling in to your first house, and how a house becomes a home.
New Glass Sculpture, Community Art Project & Fireworks Photography Workshop Highlight Musikfest Art Activities
From live demonstrations of hot glass blowing to the shady comfort of kids crafts at the Crayola Creativity Tent, this year’s Musikfest has something for art lovers of all ages.
After taking a brief summer vacation, the Sounds of the Underground will ring out once again this fall — in a brand new location!
We’re back with another edition of the New Release Radar, highlighting the new music you need to know about in the Lehigh Valley — and occasionally beyond.
A little (or a lot) of rain couldn’t stop our train on Saturday afternoon.