Even the most devoted music fan won’t be able to watch everything on this weekend’s live music agenda. This is due to the fact that there are 6 major concerts happening on the same day (Saturday), all within a hundred miles of each other. Here you will read about 6 concerts in one day: weekend pics and details on band performings.
Bookending Three more major outdoor concerts are happening in our neighborhood this weekend, following two on Friday and one on Sunday. For this reason, we have included information on all nine concerts happening throughout the course of the weekend.
Check out the schedule below to determine the best way to spend your free time!
This Friday night, the Harrisburg University Summer Concert Series will host LANY and their Forever Tour opening act Surfaces. Costing $55, tickets are selling out fast.
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Fuel and Fastball
Spyglass Ridge Winery, Sunbury, Ohio, 5 p.m. Bands responsible for such radio staples as “The Way,” “Hemorrhage,” and “Bittersweet” will be performing at Spyglass Ridge Winery. A ticket will set you back $45 at this time.
Musicians Rod Stewart and Cheap Trick
Time: 7:30 PM Where: Hersheypark Stadium, Hersheypark Location: The CD “You’re In My Heart: Rod Stewart With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” is the inspiration for this tour. Admission prices begin at $29.50.
Rick Springfield and Men at Work
At 7 o’clock tonight, at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course. The band behind “Down Under” and “Who Can It Be,” as well as the vocalist of “Jesse’s Girl,” will share the outdoor stage at the Hollywood Casino for a concert. The cheapest available tickets are $77.
Time: 3 o’clock @ Hershey’s Vineyard and Brewery. The band performing at the Vineyards and Brewery at Hershey is recognized for their songs “One Headlight,” “6th Avenue Heartache,” and “The Difference.” Here you can learn more about their upcoming performance in 2019. Prices start at $39,50 for tickets.
The Great Lord Huron
Meeting in Harrisburg’s Riverfront Park at 8 p.m. Lord Huron is a well-known indie folk-rock band, performing such fan favorites as “The Night We Met” and “Love Like Ghosts.” First Aid Kit, known for songs like “My Silver Lining” and “Emmylou,” will be performing as the opening act.
The War and Treaty
Time: 8:30 PM Location: XL Live – Harrisburg.Michael Trotter Jr. and Tayna Trotter, a married couple, perform as the band The War And Treaty, playing soul, R&B, and blues. Leah Blevins will also be performing at their XL Live concert, which is being put on the radio station WXPN. Costing $22 a pop, tickets are selling fast.
Everclear and Lit
Spyglass Ridge Winery, Sunbury, Ohio, 5 p.m. Their hits “Wonderful,” “Father of Mine,” and “Santa Monica” have made Everclear famous. Lit, widely known for their song “My Own Worst Enemy,” will be opening the show for the alternative rock group. A ticket will set you back $45 at this time.
The MarshallTucker Band
At 7 o’clock tonight, at Hollywood Casino at Penn National Race Course. The group responsible for such classics as “Can’t You See,” “Heard It in a Love Song,” and “Take the Highway” will perform on the Hollywood Casino’s outdoor stage. Prices start at $39 for tickets.
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