- $76.50 for two tickets to see Spank! Harder: The Sequel! (up to $105 value)
- Where: Musikfest Café presented by Yuengling at the ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks
- Seating: left and right sides of the main level
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
Dates and Times
- Thursday, March 27, at 7 p.m.
- Friday, March 28, at 7 p.m.
- Saturday, March 29, at 7 p.m.
Musikfest Café requires a $10 minimum food-and-beverage purchase per person on all table and bar seating, not included in this Groupon.
Spank! Harder: The Sequel!
Doubling down on the wacky satire that launched Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody on a 160-city tour, Spank! Harder whisks audiences off on another sexy romp. Expanding beyond the plot of the best-selling book that inspired the original show, the sequel follows fictional author E.B. Janet as she tries to follow up her wildly successful first novel. As she puts her fantasies down on the page, they spring to life in front of the audience, creating precarious love triangles and hunky romantic interests. Early-arriving guests can enjoy show-themed cocktails, and those who stick around after the curtain falls can meet the cast, posing for a quick photo or lengthy oil portrait.
This show is not affiliated, nor authorized, by author E.L. James or Vintage Books.
Musikfest Cafe presented by Yuengling at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks
ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks hosts film and performing arts venues on four stories overlooking the dramatically illuminated blast furnaces of the former Bethlehem Steel Plant. On the first floor, the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema projects independent, foreign, and documentary films on two full-size screens with 100 and 200 stadium-style seats. A full-service bar pours local Yuengling brews and other alcoholic beverages, and onsite chefs craft gourmet eats such as ham-and-brie paninis and beef sliders. Musical acts such as the Psychedelic Furs, Joan Osborne, and Rusted Root perform each weekend at Musikfest Café, where up to 1,000 concertgoers can spread across multiple levels of seating, or form a human pyramid to climb the exposed girders above the stage.