Live Music “HOT SPOTS” – July 18-21

The Blueberry Festival takes Center Stage this weekend with two full days of family fun and entertainment. There will be live music throughout the day both Saturday and Sunday, pony rides & a petting zoo, a blueberry brewery tent and much more. For complete details visit .

Get your weekend started tonight with another edition of The Bastard Sons Presents with your hosts Carter Lansing and Mike Roi at Two Rivers Brewing Company at 8pm. For some late night entertainment, swing on by the Funhouse Southside for the sounds of Hexting at 10:30pm.

FridayThe Out to Lunch Concert Series continues at Molly’s Irish Pub with Carter Lansing at noon. At 6pm you can catch Brian Kibler at Seipsville Inn or follow Carter Lansing to Mueller’s General Store. Bill McConney will be at Easton Wine Project starting at 7pm. Redwood Reggae will finish out the night at The Funhouse at 10:30pm.

Saturday – The Blueberry Festival kicks off at 11am with the Temple Ave Jazz Band followed by Acoustic Kitty Project (1pm), Cassidy Rain (3pm), Cubbage (4pm) and the Blueberry Jam (5pm). At 4pm The Castaway Band will provide the sound for “Cruise Night” at Macungie Park. “Pubapalooza” takes place at the Original Pocono Pub with 4 live bands starting at 5pm. StillCraft Band will hit the stage there around 6:30pm. 6:00pmJon Doyle solo at Revel Social. 6:30pmJeni Englund at Cave Brewing. 7:00pmKyle Yankowy at The Beef Baron, Jeremiah Williams at Taylor House Brewing and Smooth Retsina Glow at Indian Fort Inn. Public Displays of Rejection will be at Pearly Baker’s Alehouse and This Way to the Egress is at The Funhouse, both at 10:30pm.

SundaySmooth Retsina Glow will get the music started at the Blueberry Festival at 10:30am and Lorenzo Bubba will finish off your night at The Funhouse at 10:00pm. If you just want to listen to live local music but, don’t want to leave the house, you can tune in to Hamilton Radio at 5pm for Peaschee and Price2. You can find those details here .

Every weekend there are many local bars, restaurants, breweries and other venues that host live music. They not only provide an opportunity for you to get out and enjoy live music, they provide an opportunity for so many talented area musicians to share their music with you. Whether you are looking for cover bands, original music or a little of both there is always a chance for you to support both the venues and the artists. Get out and enjoy some music this weekend.

If you are a venue or a musician who would like to have your events included in the weekly “HOT SPOTS” simply email your information to or use the contact form at our website.

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