The Lehigh Valley’s jazz festival returns for its third year. Experience a wide range of sounds, from Bebop and Swing to Cool Jazz and Free Improvisation, as you enjoy internationally acclaimed artists and some of the best performers from the local area.
It's three days of sizzling music, food and fun celebrating the region's Latino culture. Enjoy the best in salsa, merengue, reggaeton, Latin jazz and other sounds as you dance the night away. Plus look for great, free family programming; interactive exhibits and special events all weekend long.
The nation's largest free music festival returns for its 30th year with more than 500 musical performances, 60 food vendors, 45 artisans and tons of family fun.
Indulge in music, food and fun as Oktoberfest presented by Yuengling returns for its third fun-filled year. Highlights include barrel rolling competitions, stein races, dachshund races and the Oktoberfest Skills Challenge. It all gets underway with the official Oktoberfest Keg Tap featuring D.G. Yuengling & Son President Dick Yuengling on opening night.
InVision is back with four days packed with presentations by internationally renowned photographers, dynamic photo exhibitions and more. The festival also kicks off Lehigh Valley Photography Month, featuring photography exhibits and presentations at more than 30 different venues throughout the region.
Showcasing features, documentaries and shorts, all made by filmmakers living in or near the Lehigh Valley. The 2012 festival included more than 25 different films during its three-day run.
Named one of the top holiday markets in the world by Travel + Leisure, Christkindlmarkt features aisles of handmade works by 125 of the nation’s finest artisans; live holiday music; demonstrating artists; jolly, old St. Nicholas and more.
FREE | Some activities require a ticket. Enjoy two sweet days of family fun featuring live music, arts & crafts and plenty of PEEPS ®-themed programming. It all culminates with the popular giant PEEPS ® Chick drop and fireworks to welcome in the New Year on Dec. 31!
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