It’s time to start planning your weekend as live, local music slowly makes a comeback in the Lehigh Valley. Remember, if you have upcoming shows, get your information to me by Wednesday evening and I’ll promote them right here. Use the “contact us” form on the website, Facebook messenger or email me at email@example.com. Most of these events are weather permitting, of course. Let’s show the local music scene we care.
TONIGHT – 4pm, Kendal Conrad at the Hamilton Kitchen and the Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo at Food Truck Thursday in the South Mall parking lot. 5pm, Shaun Lally at the Sun Inn Tavern and at 6pm, Mike Pilgermayer at Blue Ridge Estates Winery
FRIDAY – Noon, Mark & Ralph Acoustic Duo at Pocket Park. 6pm, Kendal Conrad at Bell Hall, The Moondogs at Seven Sirens Brewing Company and Mike Pilgermayer at Blue Ridge Estates Winery. 6:30pm, Chuck Schubert at Easton Wine Project. 8pm, Michayla Marie & Jaycie Cuprill at One Ten Tavern.
SATURDAY – 1pm, Mike Pilgermayer at Tolino Vineyards. 3pm, The Chelsea Lyn Meyer Band at New Tripoli Hotel and Bill Medei & Andy Lang (open mic) at Bell Hall. 7pm, Pentley Holmes at Sette Luna and Deal at Pinnacle Ridge Winery. 8pm, Jaycie and Tyrone at the Pocono Pub. 10pm, Doyle and the Dudes at Porter’s Pub.
SUNDAY – 2pm, Erin Kelly at Tolino Vineyards, Mike Pilgermayer at Blue Ridge Estates Winery and Pentley Holmes at Sorrenti Vineyards. 3pm, John Cannavo’s open jam at the Shanty on 19th and Chelsea Lyn Meyer at Woodstone Country Club.
Sunday also happens to be Worldwide Make Music Day, which falls on June 21 every year. Make Music Upper Perk will be celebrating their 8th year hosting this event. Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, they are going all virtual this year. There will be live music from 7:30am through 11pm featuring many local artists. Live streams can be seen at the top of every hour on their Facebook page and recorded sets will be played on the half on YouTube. For more information and a complete line-up, visit https://www.facebook.com/MakeMusicUpperPerk/.