Photo: Ted Colegrove
The Highmark Community Stage on the Air Products Town Square is the home to great live music at an affordable price: FREE! Grab a Yuengling and food from the bar and sit outside as you enjoy great singer-songwriters and bands from across the region. All of this month’s concerts are part of Oktoberfest presented by Lehigh Valley International Airport (ABE)!
Kyle Lacy and the Harlem River Noise – Friday, 10/5 (5 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Kyle Lacy & the Harlem River Noise conjure a potion that stirs the soul, bringing you home to the roots of 50’s rock’n’roll and blues.
T&T Duo – Friday, 10/5 (9 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
T&T Duo has a distinct acoustic take on classic rock that injects 21st century production values into rock’s golden age.
General B and the Wiz – Saturday, 10/6 (12:30 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
General B and the Wiz is made up of a few really nice jazz boys who are into some really weird, yet wholesome, stuff.
Lou Franco Project – Saturday, 10/6 (5 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Now as a member of the growing Lehigh Valley music scene, the Lou Franco Project is known for spontaneous improvisations covering a wide spectrum from the classic rock catalog.
Scott Marshall and Marshall’s Highway – Saturday, 10/6 (9 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Multi-Award winning singer/songwriter Scott Marshall and his award winning band Marshalls Highway have established a brand of Americana made music to bring a show that quickly becomes an experience, and continues to entertain and inspire audiences of all ages and musical tastes.
Sylvana Joyce and the Moment – Sunday, 10/7 (12 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Sylvana Joyce and her band, The Moment, are a dynamic interplay of Blues Rock and Balkan Folk music that have gotten audiences of all ages and backgrounds raving about their stellar live performances.
Big Bone Daddy – Friday, 10/12 (9 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Big Bone Daddy is a SMOKIN’ Rock & Blues band from Eastern PA and Western NJ.
The Moondogs – Saturday, 10/13 (5 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
From the mind of band leader Nicholas Capozzolo to the stage, the Moondogs bring an eclectic mix of 60’s and 70’s hits alive with 5 vocalists, perfect harmony and high level musicianship. From Motown and Soul to eclectic folk and 60’s pop rock, The Moondogs do it all.
Sixteen Jackies – Saturday, 10/13 (7 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
By setting the intimate details of singer Jody DeMarco’s singularly queer experience against a soundscape which takes cues from the atmosphere of classic horror films, Sixteen Jackies have produced a unique set of torch songs for misfits and weirdos of all kinds.
Eighteenth Hour – Saturday, 10/13 (9 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Hot off the heels of opening for Bon Jovi, Bethlehem-based Eighteenth Hour has earned a reputation as one of the best live original bands around.
Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen – Sunday, 10/14 (12 PM) / Part of Oktoberfest
Capturing the vibe of late 60’s & 70’s blues-laced rock–n-roll, Pennsylvania’s premier power Blues trio, Dustin Douglas & The Electric Gentlemen mix retro-style and groove a-la (Jimi Hendrix Experience, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Black Crowes, Led Zeppelin) for a lightning charged, vintage style all their own.