The #LVUFirstFriday train rolls along into March, with a fresh slate of local music – and variety – that is sure to delight on Friday, March 2 in South Bethlehem.
With Bethlehem’s traditional Parade of Shamrocks canceled for 2018, our community partners at SouthSide Arts District are trying to ensure that St. Patrick’s Day is still worth celebrating in Christmas City.
Friday night was Mardi Crawl time in South Bethlehem!
With our 2nd Birthday Spectacular now in the rear view, we turn our focus to Year 3 of Lehigh Valley Underground – which we’ll officially kick off in style on Friday, February 2 with the latest rousing installment of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series in South Bethlehem.
Frigid temperatures in our region couldn’t stop the many hardy souls who braved the elements and came down to South Bethlehem for the first First Friday of 2018.
Earlier this month, we indicated that we’d be taking a brief winter’s nap in January, with regard to the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series.
Well, even with our biggest event to date just two weeks after the fact, we just couldn’t bear the thought of being without plans on Friday, January 5. So, the #LVUFirstFriday party will rage on in the first week of the New Year!
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.
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.
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.