On Sunday night, eastern Pennsylvania came out in celebration of local music and community at the 20th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards, held inside Musikfest Cafe at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA.See the photos
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We came back to Pennsylvania for the Thanksgiving holiday, and just in time — because a night of stellar musicianship was in-store for us upon our return to Bethlehem.
One of the Lehigh Valley’s most anticipated annual performances of the year now has a set date.
The Infamous Stringdusters are one of the best bluegrass acts around today. Hot off their Grammy win for their latest studio album, “Laws Of Gravity,” the band has been touring the country to support the album.
On Friday night, the quintet made their first stop in Bethlehem, headlining the Southside Arts & Music Festival wristband stages.
In addition to 10 free performances presented by Lehigh Valley Underground at this weekend’s SouthSide Arts and Music Festival, patrons who purchase a pass at SteelStacks.org will have the opportunity to check out 20+ paid shows from regional- and national-touring artists.
Enter Michigan native Mike Mains into that equation.
This Saturday, Musikfest favorites Scythian return to Bethlehem for a special engagement inside the Musikfest Cafe.
As if you needed another reason to attend the 19th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards at SteelStacks this Sunday — aside from the amazing pre-show, the breathtaking performances, the special honorees (of all ages), and more — we have one for you.
It’s your chance to win a Dreadnought Jr. Sapele acoustic guitar from Martin Guitar!
It’s one of the biggest weeks of the year on our local music scene. On Sunday, the biggest collection of musicians, music supporters, and other prominent figures from our community will all be in one room for the 19th Annual Lehigh Valley Music Awards.
Before that, though, March will come in like a lion with these…
Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
Every year, the Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association (GLVMA) uses its flagship event of the Lehigh Valley Music Awards to give back to the young talent around us.
I didn’t know much about Uriah Heep heading into Tuesday night. All I knew is that I signed up for a concert photography class through ArtsQuest, and that the “final exam” was the chance to photograph the band during their Musikfest Café performance that night.