The Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series concluded for 2017 with a healthy dose of holiday cheer which included, among other things, charitable work, a fun new pub crawl and — of course — a healthy smattering of live, local music throughout South Bethlehem.
What? Just because it’s now officially the holiday season, you thought things were going to slow down around here?
If anything, things are picking up before the end of the year! For evidence, march right into December with these…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week
In the midst of other delicious First Friday activities on the South Side, we are proud to announce the latest installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, presented by SouthSide Arts District and Banko Beverage Co. and set to promptly take over South Bethlehem on Friday, December 1.
November’s edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series featured our most diverse lineup yet. Performances from 10 artists across eight venues spanned more genres than ever, including rock, blues, hip hop, reggae, and even showtunes.
Our monthly Friday night party in South Bethlehem continues on November 3, and we have another exciting lineup that promises to be as diverse and interesting as any we’ve had yet.
With that, we are proud to present the November lineup for the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, presented in conjunction with our community partners at SouthSide Arts District.
The First Friday of the month meant that it was once again time for South Bethlehem to be filled with the sounds of live, local music.
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.
Labor Day Weekend got off to an incredible start.
We haven’t even gotten to the inaugural edition of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series, and already, the movement is growing throughout South Bethlehem.