Concerts in Pottstown

"Early Days of Rock and Roll" at Sands Bethlehem Event Center on Sunday, November 16 (Up to 50% Off)

"Early Days of Rock and Roll"

Sands Bethlehem Event Center

$29.50 $14.75

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Sway to doo-wop hits such as "Sixteen Candles" and "Runaround Sue," performed by The Brooklyn Bridge, The Del-Satins, and The Earls

Dinner and Live Music for Two or Four at Duel Piano Bar (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Duel Piano Bar

Avenue of the Arts South

$35 $19

Expert pianists lead sing-alongs from a repertoire of more than 2,000 songs as guests nibble on bar snacks such as fried ravioli and wings

Nick Carter & Jordan Knight at Trocadero Theatre on October 11 or 12 at 8 p.m. (Up to 44% Off)

Jordan Knight and Nick Carter

Trocasero Theatre

$51.84 $29

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Members of New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys debut a new collaborative album on a tour full of harmonies and choreography

MattyB at Temple Performing Arts Center on October 19 at 3 p.m. (Up to 54% Off)

MattyB

Temple Performing Arts Center

$34.50 $16

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Internet rap sensation, who happens to be 11 years old, floors audiences with G-rated swagger and age-defying skills

Toby Keith at Susquehanna Bank Center on Saturday, September 27, at 7 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

Toby Keith

Susquehanna Bank Center

$47.35 $24

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Chart-topping country, country-rap, and country-pop artists rock an outdoor venue

The Midtown Men at APG Federal Credit Union Arena on September 28 at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

"The Midtown Men"

APG Federal Credit Union Arena

$40 $20

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Stars from the original Broadway cast of Jersey Boys bring their signature sound to the hits of the 1960s

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The Zombie Mud Run finally gives people an incentive to exercise—the survival of their species. Amid forested trails, muddy creeks, and challenging obstacles, participants of this post-apocalyptic 5K face off to either save the human race or feast on human flesh, respectively. Clad in a flag-football belt with three flags that represent their brains, heart, and entrails, human participants race to get themselves and their fellow living athletes to the Green Zone, which grants salvation in the form of food, water, music, and beer. Meanwhile, costumed zombies—each of whom are either slow-moving “creepers” or fast-moving “leapers”—positioned along the race course pursue the humans to devour their organs or simply return that contact lens they dropped a mile ago. Human runners who reach the Green Zone with at least one of their flags survive.

94 Park Ave
Sinking Spring,
PA
US

Puck hosts blossoming local artists onstage in a bustling jazz club atmosphere, augmented by a full menu of casual pub fare served on the fresh-air patio. Gum gallop through the salmon's horseradish-crusted terrain accented with flowing streams of raspberry sauce ($10.95, dinner service only) to bring out savory flavors and prompt splash fights, or scatter caramelized onions and mushrooms across the grilled steak doused in sun-dried tomato and gorgonzola sauce ($12.95, dinner service only). An 8-ounce burger burrows in a pillowy bun ($8.95) with savory snuggle buddies such as bacon and chili ($1 each), and behemoth chicken fingers stir up dangerous rip tides in seas of barbecue sauce ($6.95).

1 Printers Aly
Doylestown,
PA
US

Dance classes for all ages instruction in Ballet, lyrical. broadway jazz, hip hop, tap, musical theatre & voice Specializing in pre-school

842 Durham Rd
Newtown,
PA
US

Periodically, cries of "Nevermore!" reverberate through The Raven Lounge, which continually reaches out to local celebs such as NBC 10's John Clark to deliver in-house readings of the classic Poe poem. They are among many famous faces that fill the club, where six area DJs spin the latest jams every week, bands frequently blast out their tunes, and comedians H. Foley and Chris Cotton host open mic comedy every Thursday.

Neon lettering scrawled on the ceilings helps illuminate the two-floor lounge, where projectors and flat-screens showcase sports and, as reported on BBC Two, members of the rock, papers, scissors league compete for a spot in the world championship in Las Vegas. To complement optional bottle service from the fully stocked bar, The Raven Lounge's menu of bar classics includes chicken and vegetable dumplings or hot dogs from a late night menu that starts at 2 a.m.

1718 Sansom St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

In 2012, a group of well-connected Philly nightlife entrepreneurs transformed an old Spaghetti Warehouse restaurant in the Spring Garden neighborhood into Union Transfer, and it quickly became one of the most popular music venues in the city. Several nights a week, this mid-size, 1,000-capacity club books generally indie and small-label national touring bands: the garagey Heartless Bastards, retro-soul purveyors Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings and the synthy electronic-music trio Chvrches are the types of bands that grace Union Transfer’s stage. Shows are general admission with limited seating available in the upstairs balcony. Most concertgoers stand in the main floor area in front of the stage. During all-ages shows, concertgoers need a wristband to access one of the three bars.

1026 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia,
PA
US

First opened in 1968, the Electric Factory has been hosting rock shows for almost as long Puerto Rico has been a state. After dancing their faces off to headliners from Erykah Badu to the Dropkick Murphys, concertgoers can stop by The Chive Caf? to recharge with a cheesesteak or an all-beef hotdog on a potato bun, or refill their draft Yuengling at the bar. In summer, the Electric Factory reveals an outdoor location complete with more refreshment booths, vendors, and upgraded food stands.

421 N 7th St
Philadelphia,
PA
US