Highmark Blue Shield Community Stage on the Air Products Town Square: June Shows
Photo by Diane Richter
The Highmark Blue Shield 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. Start or end your night at SteelStacks with these upcoming performances in June…
Ginger Coyle – Saturday, 6/1 (9 PM)
Musically, Coyle embraces many of the genres that have grown from the honest roots of American blues: R&B, funk and even reggae, gospel and jazz make their presence known throughout her performances and recordings.
Dina Hall – Friday, 6/7 (9 PM)
Dina Hall is a powerhouse singer, guitarist, percussionist, songwriter and recording artist from Bethlehem, PA, USA.
Mosey Beat – Friday, 6/14 (9 PM)
Mosey Beat is a progressive funk rock group bringing high energy dance grooves, mellow waves, and classic rock and roll to create a new fusion of sound.
Swing Shift – Saturday, 6/15 (9 PM)
Swing Shift is a 9 piece combo with a big band sound dedicated to preserving classic American music.
Herencia Jibara – Friday, 6/21 (6:30 PM)
Herencia Jibara is an energetic, fun, and diverse Latin band.They bring with them beautiful vocals, a rhythmic percussion line, and a Cuatro Puertorriqueño/ Guitar combo that provide soul filling melodies. Part of ¡Sabor! Latin Festival.
Hector Rosado Orchestra – Friday, 6/21 (10 PM)
Hector Rosado, an accomplished percussionist, has toured with the best in the business. He has traveled nationwide, as well as world tours with music titans such as David Burne, Dave Valentine, and the legendary Tito Puente. Part of ¡Sabor! Latin Festival.
Pancho Bongo y su Orquesta – Saturday, 6/22 (4 PM)
Pancho Bongo Y Su Orquesta is a high energy Classic Salsa Band resonating through the Tristate area and East Coast and currently expanding to the Mid-Eastern States causing a true explosion and come back to the roots and elegance of worldwide Classical Salsa. Part of ¡Sabor! Latin Festival.
Lehigh Valley Urban Latin Orquesta – Saturday, 6/22 (6 PM)
LVULO was created in September 2017 by lead vocalist and owner Angel Merced and his wife Luisa Morla. In 2007 represtenting Philadelphia he was the semi finalist in Univision’s talent competition “Objetivo Fama.” Part of ¡Sabor! Latin Festival.
JD & su Grupo En Secuencia – Saturday, 6/22 (10 PM)
Part of ¡Sabor! Latin Festival.
Los Pleneros de USA – Sunday, 6/23 (11 AM)
Allentown native band playing salsa plena merengue! Part of ¡Sabor! Latin Festival.
Brody Buster – Friday, 6/28 (6 PM)
Brody Buster is a former child prodigy and was featured on countless TV shows growing up including the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Dateline, Crook & Chase, and the Jon Stewart Show. Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.
The BC Combo – Friday, 6/28 (9 PM)
They are infectiously fun, dynamic and energetic – truly Americana! Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.
Kevin Burt – Saturday, 6/29 (4 PM)
The Iowa based Burt’s vocals are absolutely amazing – extremely powerful, rich, warm, expressive and exploding with soul. Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.
Ursula Ricks – Saturday, 6/29 (6 PM)
Ursula Ricks is unapologetic, opinionated, big-hearted, and most importantly, authentic. Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.
Brandon Santini – Saturday, 6/29 (9 PM)
Multi-BMA and Blues Blast Award nominee, Memphis vocalist and harmonica player Brandon Santini is worthy of conversations that include James Cotton, Kim Wilson, Dennis Gruenling, Charlie Musselwhite and other frontline harmonica players. Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.
Laura Rain and the Caesars – Sunday, 6/30 (4 PM)
Detroit’s Laura Rain and the Caesars transform funky soul and r&b into their own unique vision. Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.
Studebaker John and the Hawks – Sunday, 6/30 (6 PM)
Under the spell of music he heard on Maxwell Street, Chicago’s famed blues melting pot, Grimaldi began performing as Studebaker John and the Hawks in the ‘70s. Part of Blast Furnace Blues pres. by Highmark Blue Shield.