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On Tour in NEPA: Spring 2020 Concerts

Due to coronavirus concerns, many events this spring have been either postponed or cancelled. You can check our website calendar for event updates.

 

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Get on Your Feet and Sing Along to Every Word

 

Tons of national tours are hitting the NEPA stage.

The summer festival season is on its way, but until then, we have more than enough concerts to hold you over. Spend this spring singing along with Martina McBride, rocking out with Angels & Airwaves or listening to legends like Styx. From alternative and acoustic to country and classic rock, this season’s lineup has it all.

Come see your favorite artists or discover the next rising stars at NEPA’s live music venues. These can’t-miss shows will have you cheering for more.

Get Your Tickets For:

  • The Roadshow Tour

    March 6 at 7 p.m.

    The Roadshow Tour at Mohegan Sun Arena brings together a full lineup of inspiring Christian artists. Enjoy a night of uplifting music from headliner Bethel Music and special guests Matt Maher, Martin Smith, Unspoken, Apollo LTD, Elle Limebear and Peabod.

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  • Gin Blossoms

    March 7 at 5 p.m.

    The Gin Blossoms concert at Montage Mountainfest is an epic way to end a day on the slopes. This all ages concert will be a party on the snow. Admission is included in all lift tickets and snowtubing tickets, and entry is free for 2020 season members. General admission tickets are also available.

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  • Jake Owen

    March 7 at 8 p.m.

    Multi-platinum country star Jake Owen takes the stage at the Kirby Center for his Down to the Tiki Tonk Tour. This acoustic show is sure to make you dream of summer days on the beach. Special guest Larry Fleet will be the opening act.

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  • Newsboys

    Postponed

    The Newsboys have extended their latest tour and added the Sherman Theater to their list of stops. This Christian band will cover three decades of their greatest hits, including songs from their latest album, United. Special guests include Mandisa and Adam Agee.

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  • Aaron Lewis

    Postponed

    Aaron Lewis has done it all, from rocking out as the frontman of Staind to launching a solo country career. See him live at Mohegan Sun Arena, where he’ll perform for his State I’m In Tour.

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  • Styx

    Postponed

    Take a trip back to the golden days of rock and roll with the Styx concert at Penn’s Peak. They’ll perform decades worth of chart-topping hits.

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  • Coco Montoya and Ronnie Baker Brooks

    March 27 at 8 p.m.

    The world-renown guitarists Coco Montoya and Robbie Baker Brooks will perform a blues set at Mauch Chunk Opera House. A mix of edgy, contemporary riffs and melodic ballads are sure to shake your soul.

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  • In This Moment & Black Veil Brides

    April 3 at 7 p.m.

    The Sherman Theater presents a night of hardcore heavy metal with In This Moment and Black Veil Brides. Special guests DED and Raven Black will kick off the evening.

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  • Blue October

    Postponed

    Blue October is stopping by the Sherman Theater as part of their Get Back Up Tour. This alternative rock band’s haunting lyrics and soaring melodies are even more impressive live.

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  • The Beach Boys

    April 5 at 7 p.m.

    Come to the Kirby Center for a night of fun, fun, fun with The Beach Boys. The California icons are celebrating over 50 years of music. The show includes lead singer Mike Love and longtime member Bruce Johnston.

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  • The Infamous Stringdusters

    April 9 at 8 p.m.

    Jam out at the Sherman Theater with The Infamous Stringdusters, a Grammy-Award-winning bluegrass band. They mix the classic Americana sound with elements of rock, jazz, funk, country and more.

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  • MJ Live

    April 10 at 8 p.m.

    The King of Pop lives on at MJ Live, a Michael Jackson tribute show at Mount Airy Casino. You can’t resist singing along to all his iconic songs (and maybe breaking out your best moonwalk while you’re at it).

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  • Sara Evans

    April 24 at 8 p.m.

    Get your tickets to see Sara Evans perform at Penn’s Peak. The award-winning country singer and songwriter will bring her signature down-home sound to Jim Thorpe.

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  • Martina McBride

    May 1 at 7 p.m.

    Country superstar Martina McBride has topped the charts countless times and sold more than 18 million albums. If you think that’s impressive, just wait until you see her live at the Kirby Center. Her incredible voice and heartfelt lyrics will blow you away.

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  • Daughtry Acoustic Trio

    May 3 at 7:30 p.m.

    Daughtry is still going strong with over a decade of hits. Catch them in concert as they perform unplugged at Penn’s Peak. The smaller venue and acoustic set will give you an experience that you’d never find at a typical rock concert.

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  • Ann Wilson

    May 13 at 7:30 p.m.

    The Kirby Center welcomes Ann Wilson, lead singer of the classic rock band Heart. Ann forged the way for women in rock and roll, and her power-packed vocals make her nothing short of a living legend.

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  • The Amity Affliction & Sleeping With Sirens

    May 14 at 7 p.m.

    Make some noise with The Amity Affliction and Sleeping With Sirens. These two awesome rock bands are teaming up at the Sherman Theater for a night of hardcore metal anthems.

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  • Angels & Airwaves

    May 26 at 7:30 p.m.

    The wait is finally over for fans of the alt-rock band Angels & Airwaves, which is on tour for the first time in over seven years. They’ll perform new music at the Kirby Center, featuring frontman Tom DeLonge of Blink-182. This concert was originally scheduled for December. Original tickets are still valid.

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  • Josh Turner

    May 28 at 8 p.m.

    Josh Turner made history as one of the youngest members of the Grand Ole Opry. Now he’s bringing that signature Nashville sound to NEPA. Come hear all of his country and gospel hits at Penn’s Peak.

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  • Dylan Scott

    May 28 at 8 p.m.

    Country and pop fans alike can’t get enough of Dylan Scott, who will take the stage at the Sherman Theater this spring. This rising star combines traditional country with elements of rock and hip-hop.

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