Weekly “HOT SPOTS” – 9/19-9/22

It’s late September and I really should be………..at a festival somewhere ? We’ve got you covered. On a smaller scale, there is Fall on the Farm in Kutztown featuring live music from Brother Louv (Sat) and Out of the Orchard (Sun). both shows at the Rodale Institute start at 11 am. On a larger scale, you have the Riverside Festival of the Arts in Easton. Doyle and the Dudes get things started on Saturday at 11 am. The festival finishes up with possibly the best 1-2-3 punch you’ll find anywhere on Sunday. Come see Billy Bauer (duo, 2pm), Roi and the Secret People (3pm) and Dear Anna (4pm), all on the Scott Park Stage. There’s lots of great music in between, too. for a full lineup, visit https://www.EastonRiversideFest.org.

Festivals aren’t your thing ? That’s fine, the weekend is jam-packed with live music throughout the Valley. Let’s get started with tonight’s lineup. The Billy Bauer Band is at the Slopeside Pub (6pm), The Bastard Sons Presents (Mike Roi and Carter Lansing) with special guest Chris Colaiaco will be at Two Rivers Brewing (8), Dave Johnsen at Pearly Baker’s (9:30) and Hexting at the Funhouse (10:30).

Friday finds Acoustic Kitty Project at Weyerbacher Brewing (5:30pm), Steve Brosky at the Steel Pub (7:30), Jeff Bellfy at Colonial Pizza (8), Wig Party at Pearly Baker’s (10) and Dear Anna at the Funhouse (10:30). If the first two nights whet your appetite for live music, you’ll love the choices you have on Saturday so, read on.

Get your day started with the Billy Bauer Band at Dimmick Park at 2:30pm. A busy Saturday night starts at Revel Social with Matt Dellecker, McConney at Franklin Hill Vineyards or Steve Brosky at Weaversville Inn – all at 6pm. At 7pm, Nick Lindsay is at Gallows Hill Spirits, and Brian Kibler is at the Beef Baron. The music starts at 8pm at Colonial Pizza with Heart Headed, the Ship Inn with Michael Reisman and the Steel Pub with Ricky and the Rebels. Late night has Dear Anna at Pizza Como (10), Roi and the Secret People at Porter’s Pub (10), The Jack Adams Band at Pearly Baker’s (10:30) and Johnny Kimmock w/DJ Discreet at the Funhouse (10:30).

On Sunday afternoon you can be sipping wine and listening to the sounds of Smooth Retsina Glow at Bishop Estate Vineyards at 2pm or you can wait until the evening and see Steve Brosky at Grim Barn (6pm). Of course, the Funhouse has your late night covered every night and Gemini Reign will be there at 10:30pm.

Looking for a more intimate, quiet, listening room setting to hear some great music ? There’s no better place in the Valley for that than the legendary Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem. They have a fantastic lineup this weekend starting with Dave’s Night Out tonight featuring Jack Murray and Brian Molnar at 7pm. Friday night is the Dana Gaynor band at 8 and Saturday is Abbie Gardner, also at 8. For tickets or more information, visit https://www.godfreydaniels.org.

Whatever your weekend has in store, include some live music in your plans. Get out and support the musicians who work hard to keep the Lehigh Valley music scene alive and the venues that make it all possible by hosting live music every weekend. Are you a band, a solo artist or a venue that hosts live music ? Be sure to let us know what’s on tap by Wednesday each week and we’ll spread the word.

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