Author: LoriLee

2016 Christmas City Trellis Ornaments are now on sale

2016 Christmas City Trellis Ornaments are now on sale. Sales support the Christmas decorations around the City of Bethlehem, PA – specifically the new artificial trees which will save the City over 60% in labor costs for Christmas – replacing live trees.  This year’s ornaments are brushed stainless steel in the shape of a Bethlehem Star/  Small ornaments are $50 and large ones are $100.  “Christmas City 2016” will be engraved on each ornament as well as a personalized message. The ornaments will be hung on the trellis starting November 25th through early January. To order your ornament, please contact Emily Krall at emilyk@lehighvalleychamber.org.  Order them while supplies...

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Review: The Australian Pink Floyd Show

The Australian Pink Floyd Show at Sands Event Center, August 12 2016 Review by Michael Miller Just after 8 last night, Bethlehem was alive with Musikfest, At The Sands Event Center we had The Australian Pink Floyd Show, a second only to the original Pink Floyd. Starting off with “Shine On You Crazy Diamond” set the mood for the rest of the high energy, a spectacular lights and lasers display, plus a great Sax played by Mike Kidson, he had a Pink Sax too. Followed by such classics as Time, Breathe, On The Turning Away, “Wish You Were Here” was...

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Review: Don Henley at Musikfest

Don Henley at Musikfest Sands Steel Stage, August 10 2016 Review by Michael Miller Don Henley performed live at Musikfest. The concert started at 7:15pm. Drew and The Neighbors opened up for Henley.  This was their first time they opened a show for Don and they were ecstatic. They played until around 8:00 pm and then Don Henley took the stage. Don started things off with the song “7 Bridges Road” to set the tone for the evening and from start until end at around 10:15, it only got better. He played hits such as “Boys of Summer”, “Hotel California” and “End of the Innocence”. “Boys of Summer” was followed by a standing ovation and Don left the stage. As the crowd cheered, Henley returned to the stage to do an encore including “Life in the Fast Lane”, “Hotel California”, “All She Wants to do is Dance” and finishing out the night with “Desperado”. Don Henley: 7 Bridges Road Dirty Laundry That old Fling Sunset Grill Witchy woman Words can Break Your Heart. (Cass County album) One of these Days In a New York Minute No Shame at all Nobody Knows (Cass County album) Ain’t Going to Stop the World I Don’t want to hear anymore (back up singers women solos) Return of the Innocence They called it Paradise Train in the Distance Heart of the Matter How Bad do...

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