It’s hard to believe “summer” is almost over but, all good things must end. Well, almost all good things – the music never stops and, this weekend has plenty of that in store for you.
Get your Labor Day Weekend started early – like 11:30am early – at the Bethlehem Farmers Market. Shop local to the tunes of local favorite Tim Harakal. Later in day, stop by Cave Brewing Company at 5:30pm for their all original open mic night hosted by Nick Lindsay. Finish off your Thursday to the sounds of Sandy’s Trio at Porter’s Pub starting at 9:00pm.
The end of the summer signals the end of the Out to Lunch Concert Series with one last show at Molly’s Irish Grille with Not For Coltrane at noon. Carter Lansing will entertain you outside at Mueller’s General Store starting at 6pm. At 8pm, The Billy Bauer Band will be joined by guests Cubbage and Tyler Rothrock at the Musikfest Cafe or, you can help Michael Reisman celebrate his birthday at Colonial Pizza and Spaghetti. Doyle and the Dudes will be rocking the Southside 313 Bar and Grille at 9pm and Dear Anna will make the Funhouse the place to be at 10:30 to wrap up your Friday.
Saturday has some early tunes from Jay-T (11am) and Darin Jellison (noon) at the taste of Hamburg Festival. The rest of the days’ lineup has Bill McConney at the Connexions Gallery (6pm), Brian Kibler at the Beef Baron (7pm), Pentley Holmes at Sorrenti Cherry Valley Vineyards (8pm) and Doyle and the Dudes at Pocono Vacation Park starting at 8:30. To finish up the day, Dear Anna will be making their debut at the Sunset Grille at 9pm.
Still need a little more music in your life ? How about the Stray Seeds at the Funhouse at 10pm Sunday ? After all, Monday is a holiday so, why not stretch the weekend out. No matter which band or venue you choose to support, you can’t go wrong with live music. There are some great choices this weekend so, get out and support local music and the venues that make it happen.
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