The one-year anniversary of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series is this Friday, and we’re excited. SouthSide Arts District is excited. Hopefully, you’re excited, too.
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September 7 marks the one-year anniversary of the SouthSide Arts District’s partnership with Lehigh Valley Underground! This past year, LVU has been dedicated to curating a fresh, hip concert series, delivering homegrown musicians of every genre, creating a unique and inclusive music scene throughout the SouthSide Arts District.
While Bethlehem was beginning ten days of Musikfest on August 3, there was more than one festival in town.
If you’re in the Lehigh Valley, chances are you already know what awaits you at the end of this week. It’s time for Musikfest!
As usual, we’ll have a Five-Point Preview each day of the festival, highlighting the free stage performances that you need to experience. However, there’s plenty else happening this week off of festival grounds that you should know about (hello, #LVUFirstFriday).
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Our August 2018 First Friday Concert Series lineup in South Bethlehem just got a bit groovier.
On Friday, August 3, there’s more than one festival coming to town.
It turned out to be a beautiful night for First Friday in South Bethlehem — and the music was on point, as well!
We’re putting the finishing touches on this Friday’s All-American Celebration for #LVUFirstFriday, jointly and proudly produced alongside a number of partners including SouthSide Arts District, C.F. Martin & Co., Banko Beverage Co., 610 Underground, and Molly’s Irish Grille & Sports Pub.
Friday, September 7 marks the one-year anniversary of the Lehigh Valley Underground First Friday Concert Series in South Bethlehem, which we’ve proudly presented in conjunction with SouthSide Arts District since the end of last summer.
We hope you’ll come out and celebrate with us — and now, you’re being given another reason!
The first Friday of July is right around the corner, which means it’s time for South Bethlehem to be overtaken with local, independent music of many varieties.