A banner Saturday in South Bethlehem came full circle with positive vibes and a message of unity, sent out by six performers who determined our community is No Place for Hate.
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An all-star lineup of local musicians will Come Together at Godfrey Daniels this month to support “No Place for Hate,” a program that aims to help kids throughout Pennsylvania and the U.S. figure out how to get along with each other.
This Saturday night, an all-star lineup of Lehigh Valley performers will Come Together for No Place for Hate at Godfrey Daniels.
Before then — or, if you can’t make it on Saturday night — you can support the cause via a GoFundMe crowdfunding campaign and receive cool incentives, including tickets to upcoming shows at the legendary South Bethlehem listening room.
Here we are: the home stretch of an undeniably epic April.
This month has provided a wealth of fantastic performances and exciting events, and we promise no shortage of those as we close it out with these…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week
Prepare your taste buds for a Chili Challenge like no other at the SouthSide Arts District’s Spring on the SouthSide Community Festival & Chili Cook-Off.
Hey, everybody. My name is Michael Duck, I am Not For Coltrane, and I have some new information about our Come Together benefit show coming up on April 28. As we announced last month here on Lehigh Valley Underground, this is a show at Godfrey Daniels benefiting No Place for Hate — a program in schools across the region, the state, and the country that aims to help kids learn how to relate to each other.
Hey, everybody! My name is Michael Duck; I am Not For Coltrane. And at 7 p.m. on April 28, I’ll get to join some amazing performers onstage at Godfrey Daniels for “Come Together 2018,” a show benefiting “No Place for Hate.”
This is our second annual show supporting “No Place for Hate,” a program that’s in schools across the Lehigh Valley — along with 46 school districts across Pennsylvania, and many more across the U.S. It aims to help kids figure out how to get along with each other: Reducing bullying, increasing respect for each other, and challenging anti-Semitism, racism, and bigotry in all its forms.
We had a lot of fun at last year’s show, but this year we’re partnering with Lehigh Valley Underground and SouthSide Arts District to pull together a much bigger event! And for the performance itself, we’re going to have seven (seven!) performers onstage at once, swapping songs and playing together. I’m thrilled that I’ll get to share a stage with these six other performers: