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Make Music Upper Perk

Wednesday, June 21st – all free, all day, all open to the public

 ” a one day celebration of the role of music in our lives”

Upper Perkiomen Valley, Pennsylvania (northeastern PA, 40 miles north of Philadelphia, 17 miles from Allentown, 10 miles from Quakertown)

Make Music Upper Perk takes place every year on the first day of summer, June 21st, throughout the Upper Perkiomen Valley; free music concerts held indoors and outdoors, in local parks, green spaces, libraries, coffeehouses, local businesses, community centers, everywhere and anywhere musicians of all ages and abilities and instrumental preference would like to perform. A full performance schedule will be widely distributed online and on paper in May. Of course, one might also just stumble across a public performance on the sidewalk, while getting some coffee, or a book at the library, or on the way to workout at the local YMCA.


Outdoor Concerts Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sundaythis summer at Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks, 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, PA

Free concerts, free parking, some seating (feel free to bring blankets or folding chairs). Concerts are rain or shine, family friendly (occasionally concerts may be moved indoors or cancelled due to weather). The musical genres scheduled range from blues to country, folk to jazz, oldies to rock and roll.

Levitt Pavilion SteelStacks is a nonprofit community organization that presents 50 FREE concerts each summer as part of the Levitt Summer Concert Series. The concerts take place at the Levitt Pavilion nestled at the base of the iconic Bethlehem blast furnaces on the SteelStacks arts and culture campus.

What to know and to bring:

 

  • Blankets or folding chairs. Lawn seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis. The front section of the Pavilion is reserved for blankets only.
  • Sunscreen, a hat, bug spray… any protection from Mother Nature you may need
  • Food & beverage are available for purchase at the Mack Truck Stop and the ArtsQuest Center.
  • Coolers are permitted (non-alcoholic beverages only). Alcohol is available for purchase for patrons 21 or older. Outside alcohol is not permitted.

 

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