Events

Pinnacle Ridge Policies

Parties larger than 6 are welcome ONLY in our upstairs barn space during our music events. We will not accommodate 6+ groups in the Tasting Room at any day or time, due to its small and cozy nature. We would like to avoid an unpleasant situation for you, the other customers, and ourselves, in the event of us having to ask you to leave. Buses, limos, and commercial vehicles are not allowed on our property. This includes parking anywhere in front of the facilities.

We have a new bar in the barn, which includes a ten tap system for beer and cider; we’ll also be pouring a wide variety of mixed drinks; and of course Pinnacle Ridge wines by the bottle or glass! Additionally, nonalcoholic beverages, such as soft drinks and bottled water, will be available for sale.

PLEASE NOTE: Pinnacle Ridge Winery has been forced to implement a new policy regarding outside beverages on the property, due to individuals bringing in alcoholic beverages in unmarked containers. 

No outside beverages of any kind will be permitted on the property of Pinnacle Ridge Winery. Customers must dispose of all beverages before entering the premises. Any customer on the property with their own beverage will be asked by our security team to dispose of the beverage or leave the property. 

Smoking and vaping are strictly prohibited.

Our concerts are for ages 21+.

Pinnacle Ridge Winery reserves the right of admission.

An Interview with Pennlive! (Nov 22, 2017)

An Interview with Pennlive! (Nov 22, 2017)
Click here to read winemaker Brad's assessment of our 2017 vintage!

Sparkling Wine in the Lehigh Valley (Dec 29, 2015)

Sparkling Wine in the Lehigh Valley (Dec 29, 2015)
Click here to read winemaker Brad's interview about the production of sparkling wines!

The Lehigh Valley Becomes an AVA! (Apr 17, 2008)

The Lehigh Valley Becomes an AVA! (Apr 17, 2008)
Click Here to read about the Lehigh Valley becoming an officially recognized wine region in 2008!

Pinnacle Ridge Does It Again in the Finger Lakes! (Feb 22, 2017)

Pinnacle Ridge Does It Again in the Finger Lakes! (Feb 22, 2017)
Click Here to read the Reading Eagle article about our medal wins for 2017!

An Interview With The Reading Eagle! (May 25, 2017)

An Interview With The Reading Eagle! (May 25, 2017)
Click Here to read Winemaker Brad speaking to the Reading Eagle about the wine business in Berks County!

Philadelphia Inquirer Recommends Our 2016 Traminette!

Philadelphia Inquirer Recommends Our 2016 Traminette!
Click here to read all about it!

Hillbilly Souls featuring Scott Marshall (Past Event)

May 19 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Hillbilly Souls featuring Scott Marshall (Past Event)
"The Hillbilly Souls have been paving a reputation for themselves by delivering authentic doses of true, heartfelt, real life, get it right, feel good, foot stompin', Northern grilled & a lil' Southern fried Americana spiced roots music. Their ability to combine elements of rock, country, blues and bluegrass, and continually offer generous helpings at every show is proving to be fresh recipes that have people of all ages, titles, and musical tastes cheering and coming back for more." See them performing in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Aioli.

George Kilby Jr + James Supra Band (Past Event)

May 26 | 2 - 8:30 pm
George Kilby Jr + James Supra Band (Past Event)
$5 COVER
2 - 5 pm : George Kilby Jr
"I play rough-cut American roots music. My lyrics cut to the heart of things with no apologies. Blues was, and is, important to me. Pinetop Perkins probably taught me more about playing music than anyone. I grew up listening to the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynrd, and Outlaw Country. If you listen, you can hear that in my music. But hopefully, you will mostly hear me. But there are some diverse ingredients in the gumbo that makes up my music." More info here!
5:30 - 8:30 pm : James Supra Band

James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together to bring you one of the Lehigh Valley's most dynamic rock bands. Every time they play here, they pack the house and get everyone on their feet! Don't miss out on some fierce playing, topped by Supra's soaring harmonica!

Check out some of their performances! FOOD TRUCK: TBA. Check back soon!

Appalachian Gypsy Tribe + Flux Capacitor (Past Event)

June 2 | 2 - 8:30 pm
Appalachian Gypsy Tribe + Flux Capacitor (Past Event)
$10 COVER
AGES 21+
2 - 5 : Appalachian Gypsy Tribe
The Appalachian Gypsy Tribe sound transcends the spectrum of music from one end to the next. Their creative songwriting touches down on multiple genres before soaring off again on a psychedelic sound craft. The band began playing together in July of 2012. Since then, AGT has exploded into Pennsylvania venues and festivals; gaining momentum and expanding their family base with a wide range of music styling and infectious songwriting. With each song, AGT brings a fresh and new atmosphere to the table. Their compositions are carefully layered with thick harmonies, intricate musical movements, deep rooted stories, and uplifting lyrics. Improvisation moves one song into the next, leaving a surprise around every corner. Check them out here!
5:30 - 8:30 : Flux Capacitor
This band of brothers consistently inspire and evoke a new and wildly addicting sound resonating with elements of rock, improvisation and electronica. They redefine musicality with positive prophetic vocals, complex guitar work, innovative keys/synths/bass stylings, with feverish syncopated drum rhythms. Flux Capacitor concerts are filled with improvisation, musical segues, spontaneous covers, and teases creating a unique, one of a kind experience at every performance. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Take-a-Taco.

Serene Green (Past Event)

June 9 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Serene Green (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Serene Green is a 4-piece bluegrass band from Eastern Pennsylvania, which began over a shared love for traditional bluegrass, but also a desire to impact the natural evolution of the music with its own songs. Serene Green performances include mostly original songs, with an occasional traditional bluegrass song or fiddle tune. Serene Green is on a mission to keep bluegrass music alive and well, with a vibrant sound emphasizing instrumental prowess and soaring 3-part harmonies. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

Craig Thatcher Band (Past Event)

June 16 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Craig Thatcher Band (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ "With both worldwide recognition and a slew of Lehigh Valley Music Awards, the Craig Thatcher Band has a well earned reputation for blending classic rock and blues standards with impressive original tunes, all with a joy of playing that's up front and bold. Wayde Leonard's rich vocals and solid bass and Don Plowman's unlimited expertise on the drums only take Craig's breathtaking guitar work to greater heights. Hey, they're the best!" "The Craig Thatcher Band has been entertaining audiences with their exciting brand of blues/rock music since 1993. This is a must-see-live performing band; their on-stage energy and confidence is explosive!" Check out a live performance here! FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse.

Barrel House 4: Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend (Past Event)

June 30 | 2 - 5 pm
Barrel House 4: Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Barrel House 4 is the equivalent to the power of a 1963 Split Window Corvette combined with the Finesse & Maneuverability of 2018 7-Series BMW… That’s what you get when you combine Chuck Hearne, Brian Berlanda, Doug Brown & Pat Powers into a band!!! The band covers many of your favorite Classic Rock Tunes, to Classic and Contemporary Blues, as well as their own Original Rockin’ Tunes… This band will keep you on your feet dancing, singing and having a blast the entire show!!! Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills.

Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend 2018

June 30 - 1 | 2 - 8:30 pm
Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend 2018
One weekend, four great bands!
$5 COVER
SATURDAY
2 - 5 pm : Barrel House 4 Barrel House 4 is the equivalent to the power of a 1963 Split Window Corvette combined with the Finesse & Maneuverability of 2018 7-Series BMW... That’s what you get when you combine Chuck Hearne, Brian Berlanda, Doug Brown & Pat Powers into a band!!! The band covers many of your favorite Classic Rock Tunes, to Classic and Contemporary Blues, as well as their own Original Rockin’ Tunes... This band will keep you on your feet dancing, singing and having a blast the entire show!!! 5:30 - 8:30 pm : The Youngers Hailing from southeastern Pennsylvania, The Youngers were founded in 1999. They have recorded at the Cash Cabin in Tennessee, with an all-star lineup of guest musicians including Laura Cash on fiddle, Ronnie McCoury of the Del McCoury Band on mandolin, and the late pedal-steel legend Ralph Mooney. They have shared stages with the late Levon Helm at one of his famed “Midnight Rambles,” as well as opening for Marty Stuart, Lee Rocker, David Allen Coe and Wayne Hancock. Their music has been featured on NPR, Sirius Radio, and Cowboy Jack Clement’s Radio Show. Heritage also received glowing reviews by Vintage Guitar Magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer. FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills
$5 COVER
SUNDAY
2 - 5 pm : Swamp Guard Swamp Guard is a folkish style band from Macungie, PA. They play a mix of their original songs and cover songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and today. They consist of two guitar players and a violin player. The band is very fun and high energy live. 5:30 - 8:30 pm : Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang “Blazing an unrivaled path through the local Pennsylvanian bar and festival scene… the Gang can be seen performing songs that have traditionally been originals, alongside some more tunes that are originally traditionals that can be heard reverberating out of the heart of most town and city folk alike, from any mountain tavern, campfire, or late night stage across this side of the continent." FOOD TRUCK: Pop's Original Screamer Sauce

Swamp Guard: Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend (Past Event)

July 1 | 2 - 5 pm
Swamp Guard: Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Swamp Guard is a folkish style band from Macungie, PA. They play a mix of their original songs and cover songs from the 70s, 80s, 90s, and today. They consist of two guitar players and a violin player. The band is very fun and high energy live. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Pop's Original.

Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang: Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend (Past Event)

July 1 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Uncle Jake & the 18 Wheel Gang: Rock ‘n’ Ridge Weekend (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Blazing an unrivaled path through the local Pennsylvanian bar and festival scene… the Gang can be seen performing songs that have traditionally been originals, alongside some more tunes that are originally traditionals that can be heard reverberating out of the heart of most town and city folk alike, from any mountain tavern, campfire, or late night stage across this side of the continent. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Pop's Original.

Frog Holler (Past Event)

July 7 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Frog Holler (Past Event)
$5 COVER

AGES 21+

REVIEWS FOR FROG HOLLER:

“Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act”— The Village Voice

“Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop”— The Washington Post

“Some of the most rollicking, heartfelt country rock songs this side of Nashville”— Brian Howard, The Philadelphia City Paper

“Works brooding soundscapes as easily as classic bluegrass with an ear catching shimmer." - Paste Magazine

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Grumpy's BBQ Roadhouse.

James Supra Trio (Past Event)

July 21 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
James Supra Trio (Past Event)

downloadAGES 21+

It’s Supra unplugged! See one of your favorite Lehigh Valley bluesmen perform acoustic versions of his rockin tunes!

They played a great set here last summer!

FOOD TRUCK: Aioli.

Oklahoma Dan (Past Event)

July 28 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Oklahoma Dan (Past Event)

AGES 21+

The Oklahoma Dan Band has been entertaining the Northeast since 1974. They have toured 48 of the 50 states but they remain a local PA band. They are a diverse professional act playing Country Rock, Rock-a-billy & acoustic contemporary music.

ODB has had the opportunity to open for many outstanding professional acts including - Bonnie Raitt, George Jones, Ricky Skaggs, John Anderson, the Nitty Gritty Dirty Band, Mark Chesnutt, Steve Wariner, Three Dog Nite & The James Gang over the years. They are dedicated to giving you a nite of good copy & original music as only ODB can deliver.

FOOD TRUCK: The Sticky Pig.

Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk (Past Event)

August 10 | 6 - 9 pm
Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Regardless of the location or size of venue in which they perform, Craig Thatcher and Nyke Van Wyk will have their audience at the edge of their seats with every note.  The dynamics and energy of their performance captivate listeners of all ages with a unique blend of styles ranging from blues to rock, fingerstyle to Celtic and everything in between.  These award winning musicians deliver their exciting sets with a vast selection of both original pieces as well as many songs you will certainly recognize, but performed in a way you'll only be able to experience with Craig and Nyke. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Sweet Ember Is Back! (Past Event)

August 18 | 5 - 8 pm
Sweet Ember Is Back! (Past Event)

AGES 21+

Katrina Ambron is the power house vocals for Sweet Ember. She provides amazing sound and emotion in every song, while entertaining the crowd with her energetic personality.

Sweet Ember is a pop/rock/funk band from Lancaster, PA. They play covers from '70s to current hits, as well as their own catchy tunes!

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: V & C Food Services.

Truth & Soul Band (Past Event)

August 25 | 5 - 8 pm
Truth & Soul Band (Past Event)
AGES 21+
Truth & Soul is a Lehigh Valley cover band that has been performing together for over seventeen years. This talented musical act is known mostly for their unique song selection, tight vocal harmonies, and small but mighty horn section. Their diverse repertoire (well over 200 songs) consists of everything from the classic music of the 70’s to the latest chart topping hits. Over the years, the band has had the opportunity to perform at a wide variety of venues ranging from nightclubs, weddings, and community festivals to opening for national touring acts such as Beatlemania Now, the Red Elvises and the Average White Band. One of the most anticipated shows of the summer is our annual performance at Musikfest. Powerful vocals, accomplished musicianship, and a state-of-the-art computer controlled live show all add up to place Truth & Soul in a class by themselves. Check them out here! https://youtu.be/aGTpMrF9qB4 FOOD TRUCK: Cone Appetit.

Roi & the Secret People: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)

September 1 | 1:30 - 4:30 pm
Roi & the Secret People: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Armed with all original music, Roi and the Secret People has played such renowned clubs as Rockwood Music Hall, Mercury Lounge and Arlene’s Grocery in New York City and The World Live Cafe, The Northstar Bar, The Tin Angel, and The Legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia. Their newly released 2nd album, Phoenix, blends Roi’s pop sensibilities with an alternative rock twist mired in sounds from the likes of Nick Lowe to Tom Petty. Roi has been known to say that all he needs is a good bottle of bourbon, a good cigar, and a guitar to create the kind of true-blue, sexy, and salt-of-the earth music that has captivated audiences up and down the Eastern seaboard. Check them out here! https://youtu.be/utUp930wV7Q FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse Food Truck.

Blues in the Barn 2018

September 1 - 2 | 1:30 - 8 pm
Blues in the Barn 2018
ONE WEEKEND - FOUR GREAT BANDS!
AGES 21+
Saturday
$5 COVER
1:30 - 4:30 : Roi & the Secret People
Armed with all original music, RSP has played such renowned clubs as Rockwood Music Hall, Mercury Lounge and Arlene’s Grocery in New York City and The World Live Cafe, The Northstar Bar, The Tin Angel, and The Legendary Dobbs in Philadelphia. Their newly released 2nd album, Phoenix, blends Roi’s pop sensibilities with an alternative rock twist mired in sounds from the likes of Nick Lowe to Tom Petty. Roi has been known to say that all he needs is a good bottle of bourbon, a good cigar, and a guitar to create the kind of true-blue, sexy, and salt-of-the earth music that has captivated audiences up and down the Eastern seaboard. Check them out here!
5 - 8 : The Dana Gaynor Band
The Dana Gaynor Band (DGB) is an internationally acclaimed, award winning jam band lead by female guitarist, producer, singer/songwriter Dana Gaynor, and her partner in crime, bassist, singer/songwriter Tony "T-Bone" Mancino. Frank Zelasny ("Frankie Z"), drummer, singer/songwriter, provides a solid foundation for this adventurous band. DGB has roots in a variety of musical genres including blues, rock, funk, jazz, and psychedelic. The free form nature of each performance, with originals and select cover material infused into their sets, has been called a "Tapers' delight" and produces a closer relationship between the band and their audience from show to show. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse.
SUNDAY
$5 COVER
1:30 - 4:30 : Sterling Koch Band
Sterling Koch is a nationally recognized guitarist and guitar instructor. For the past 17 years, from 2000 to present, he has been known for his blues guitar prowess on both 6 string guitar and lap steel guitar, releasing a dozen albums of varying blues styles. Currently he is returning to his instrumental guitar roots for which he was recognized for over a decade, from 1989 to 2000, during which time he released 4 albums of instrumental guitar music and an instrumental Christmas album. He was also featured in Guitar World and Guitar for the Practicing Musician Magazine. Sterling has opened for a variety of national acts including Savoy Brown, Lita Ford, Johnny Winter All Star Band, Shemekia Copeland, Rick Derringer, Steepwater Band, Poppa Chubby and more... Check them out here!
5 - 8 : James Supra Band
James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together to bring you one of the Lehigh Valley's most dynamic rock bands. Every time they play here, they pack the house and get everyone on their feet! Don't miss out on some fierce playing, topped by Supra's soaring harmonica! Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Cone Appetit.

Dana Gaynor Band: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)

September 2 | 5 - 8 pm
Dana Gaynor Band: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ The Dana Gaynor Band (DGB) is an internationally acclaimed, award winning jam band lead by female guitarist, producer, singer/songwriter Dana Gaynor, and her partner in crime, bassist, singer/songwriter Tony “T-Bone” Mancino. Frank Zelasny (“Frankie Z”), drummer, singer/songwriter, provides a solid foundation for this adventurous band. DGB has roots in a variety of musical genres including blues, rock, funk, jazz, and psychedelic. The free form nature of each performance, with originals and select cover material infused into their sets, has been called a “Tapers’ delight” and produces a closer relationship between the band and their audience from show to show. Check them out here! https://youtu.be/0YqlaQI73Oo FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse Food Truck.

Sterling Koch & Freeway Jam: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)

September 2 | 1:30 - 4:30 pm
Sterling Koch & Freeway Jam: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ Sterling Koch is a nationally recognized guitarist and guitar instructor. For the past 17 years, from 2000 to present, he has been known for his blues guitar prowess on both 6 string guitar and lap steel guitar, releasing a dozen albums of varying blues styles. Currently he is returning to his instrumental guitar roots for which he was recognized for over a decade, from 1989 to 2000, during which time he released 4 albums of instrumental guitar music and an instrumental Christmas album. He was also featured in Guitar World and Guitar for the Practicing Musician Magazine. Sterling has opened for a variety of national acts including Savoy Brown, Lita Ford, Johnny Winter All Star Band, Shemekia Copeland, Rick Derringer, Steepwater Band, Poppa Chubby and more… Check them out here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyqSwBgopt8 FOOD TRUCK: Cone Appetit.

James Supra Band: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)

September 2 | 5 - 8 pm
James Supra Band: Blues in the Barn (Past Event)
$5 COVER
AGES 21+ James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together to bring you one of the Lehigh Valley’s most dynamic rock bands. Every time they play here, they pack the house and get everyone on their feet! Don’t miss out on some fierce playing, topped by Supra’s soaring harmonica! Check them out here! https://youtu.be/KU3IQB-0eKI FOOD TRUCK: Cone Appetit.

Grexin’ (Past Event)

September 15 | 4 - 7 pm
Grexin’ (Past Event)
(PAST EVENT) AGES 21+ Grexin' is outta Reading, PA with a folky bluegrass, bluesy rock, jazzy funk, gypsy sound. Oh, and they will get you on your feet! Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Around the Table.

Dave Fields Band (Past Event)

September 22 | 4 - 7 pm
Dave Fields Band (Past Event)
AGES 21+ Dave grew up in New York City, the son of a noted gifted composer arranger producer Sammy “Forever” Fields. From the time Dave was young he grew up in his father’s recording studio being exposed to artists such as the likes of Sammy Kahn, Rupert Holmes and Stevie Wonder. Dave Fields live is an electrifying experience. His soulful singing is punctuated with a performance of guitar virtuosity, blues, rock and beyond. His song writing stylings will keep you reeling as well as his power as an entertainer. Each performance is unique unto themselves and is a scintillating, mind bending, uplifting event. Check him out here! FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills.

Frog Holler Is Back! (Past Event)

September 29 | 4 - 7 pm
Frog Holler Is Back! (Past Event)
$5 COVER

AGES 21+

“Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act”— The Village Voice

“Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop”— The Washington Post

“Some of the most rollicking, heartfelt country rock songs this side of Nashville”— Brian Howard, The Philadelphia City Paper

“Works brooding soundscapes as easily as classic bluegrass with an ear catching shimmer." - Paste Magazine

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Steve Brosky & the Big Lil’ Band (Past Event)

October 6 | 4 - 7 pm
Steve Brosky & the Big Lil’ Band (Past Event)
AGES 21+ Steve Brosky grew up in the shadows of the industrial smoke stacks in the working class city of Allentown, Pa., and after his misspent youth Steve picked up his guitar and embarked on his rock n’ roll dreams birthing Steve’s musical style. Street characters, hipster jive and swagger, love songs, cool Cadillacs, reminiscences, and social commentary are portrayed with what Brosky calls his combination of R&B and garage band music. You can find influences from blues, folk, Americana and world music; each song has its own mood depending on the story Brosky wants to tell. So what ya got here is your basic American roots music with a edge of entertainment, the way it was meant to be… from the heart and the head! Check them out here: https://youtu.be/PkbDyt4xzys FOOD TRUCK: V & C Food Services.

Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway (Past Event)

October 20 | 4 - 7 pm
Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway (Past Event)

AGES 21+

Scott Marshall and Marshall's Highway is a 4-8 piece act that’s heavier in style. Driving beats and electric guitars dominate, yet the band’s versatility is evident in their ballads and the mix of genres they present. The Rock/Country collision takes place here, but there’s no bloodshed. It’s a crash everyone seems to enjoy!

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

Scott Marshall & the Hillbilly Souls

May 18 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Scott Marshall & the Hillbilly Souls
AGES 21+ The Hillbilly Souls have been paving a reputation for themselves by delivering authentic doses of true, heartfelt, real life, get it right, feel good, foot stompin', Northern grilled & a lil' Southern fried Americana spiced roots music. Their ability to combine elements of rock, country, blues and bluegrass, and continually offer generous helpings at every show is proving to be a fresh recipe that has people of all ages, titles, and musical tastes cheering and coming back for more. See them playing live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Cone Appetit.

The Mighty Manatees

May 25 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
The Mighty Manatees
The Mighty Manatees are a large, diverse ensemble who are known to skillfully combine many genres into an upbeat, harmonious blend. Reggae, country, blues, folk, ska, funk, zydeco, and rock n' roll peacefully coexist under the Mightees' musical umbrella. They have played with The Wailers, America, David Amram, Commander Cody, the Spin Doctors, Richard Hell, The Radiators, U2, Nigel Hall, Lettuce, and many more. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: The Sticky Pig.

James Supra Blues Band

June 1 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
James Supra Blues Band
AGES 21+ James Supra, Al Wanamaker, Dave Smith, and Mitch Shelly join together to bring you one of the Lehigh Valley’s most dynamic rock bands. Every time they play here, they pack the house and get everyone on their feet! Don’t miss out on some fierce playing, topped by Supra’s soaring harmonica! Check them out live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk

June 14 | 6 - 9 pm
Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk
$5 Cover
AGES 21+ We've seen them cover everything from Led Zeppelin to traditional Celtic songs! Regardless of the location or size of venue in which they perform, Craig Thatcher and Nyke Van Wyk will have their audience at the edge of their seats with every note. The dynamics and energy of their performance captivate listeners of all ages with a unique blend of styles ranging from blues to rock, fingerstyle to Celtic and everything in between. These award-winning musicians deliver their exciting sets with a vast selection of both original pieces as well as many songs you will certainly recognize, but performed in a way you'll only be able to experience with Craig and Nyke. Check them out live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Serene Green

June 15 | 6 - 9 pm
Serene Green
$5 Cover
AGES 21+ Serene Green is the collective musical vision of Pennsylvania musicians Quentin Fisher, Michael Johnson, Shane McGeehan, and Steve Leonard. This band's passion for playing together comes from a deep love for traditional bluegrass music. The members of Serene Green share a common goal to influence the legacy of bluegrass music with original songwriting and compositions, while honoring the traditions set forth by the pioneers of bluegrass music. Since early 2017, Serene Green has toured in over twelve states throughout the Northeast, Mid-west, and Southeast regions of the United States of America. The quartet released its first all-original studio album, "To Whom It Pertains", in June 2017. Check them out live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Take a Taco.

Jack Murray & the Blue Tarp Wranglers

June 22 | 6 - 9 pm
Jack Murray & the Blue Tarp Wranglers
AGES 21+ Singer/songwriter Jack Murray, from Sevierville, TN, now living in Barto, PA was a founding member of country-rock band Golden Rocket in the late 70s, featuring a unique mix of folk, blues, rock & roll and traditional country music. He’s played in many other musical combinations including The Rockin’ Eddies, while successfully writing for Nashville recording artists (Alabama, Ronnie Sessions, among others). He has become a popular headlining act as a singer/songwriter at venues in the Philadelphia area, including Bethlehem’s legendary Godfrey Daniels as well as MusikFest, Landhaven in Huffs Church. He has opened shows at the Sellersville Theater and elsewhere for Chris Smither, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Commander Cody Band, Mike Farris, Laura Cantrell, Butch Hancock and many others. The Blue Tarp Wranglers are ready, willing and very able to handle just about any kind of American music – from blues to folk to rock & roll to hard-core country music. And in fine style – often (flatteringly) compared to bands like NRBQ. The current 2016 version of the “Tarps” features guitarist Alan Landes, bassist Nick Franclik and percussionist Josh Kanusky (The David Bromberg Band, John Fullbright) along with various other players from time to time –on pedal steel, piano, fiddle, harmonica, etc. Jack has been invited to perform in regional versions of Nashville’s Bluebird Café-style “Writers In The Round” format by some of Nashville’s finest, including Hall of Famers Thom Schuyler and Tony Arata, as well as Craig Bickhardt, Poco’s Jack Sundrud and Grammy winner, Don Henry. Check them out live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Van Pelt Hot Dog Co.

Groove Merchants

June 29 | 6 - 9 pm
Groove Merchants
AGES 21+

The Groove Merchants formed in 2012 while attending Kutztown University of Pennsylvania and their musical chemistry was immediately apparent. Knowing they had stumbled into a sound that was unique, they decided to organize their efforts and book shows in the Lehigh Valley. Their music began to take form and develop its own identity by playing powerful live shows that left lasting impressions on audiences, often extending past the stage itself.

Adding a full-time trumpet and occasional horn section, The band has since released its second effort, titled “Take It,” in August of 2016 under the ‘ListeningPost’ label. "Take It" has been played on Philadelphia, West Chester, and Delaware FM radio, including a live performance of the record's single, "Hold Your Hand," on Philly’s Alternative Rock station 104.5FM. This performance led to the band's appearance at the iHeartRadio Summer Block Party opening for Vance Joy, Portugal. The Man, and Judah and The Lion at Philadelphia venue Festival Pier at Penn's Landing.

The Groove Merchants have played extensively up and down the East Coast at theatres, clubs and festivals and are continuing to expand.

The band has been experimenting with different musical approaches and continues to bring an exciting, high-energy, organic performance to their audiences.

Check them out live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: The Sticky Pig.

Craig Thatcher Band

July 6 | 6 - 9 pm
Craig Thatcher Band
$5 Cover
AGES 21+ With both worldwide recognition and a slew of Lehigh Valley Music Awards, the Craig Thatcher Band has a well-earned reputation for blending classic rock and blues standards with impressive original tunes, all with a joy of playing that’s up front and bold. They've been entertaining audiences with their exciting brand of blues/rock music since 1993. This is a must-see-live performing band; their onstage energy and confidence is explosive! Wayde Leonard’s rich vocals and solid bass and Don Plowman’s unlimited expertise on the drums only take Craig’s breathtaking guitar work to greater heights. Check them out live in action here! FOOD TRUCK: Stuffed to the Grills.

Frog Holler

July 13 | 6 - 9 pm
Frog Holler
$5 Cover
AGES 21+ Frog Holler is an alternative/country rock Americana band from Berks County. Their current lineup consists of bandleader Darren Schlappich on vocals and left-handed guitar, Mike Lavdanski on banjo and vocal harmonies, Daniel Bower on drums, John Kilgore on guitar, Cory Heller on keyboard, and Josh Sceurman on bass, and often incorporate mandolin and steel guitar in their music. As they built up a following regionally, the band began touring extensively, playing gigs from Boston to the Carolinas. Frog Holler released three records through the small independent label from Philadelphia, Record Cellar, run by Neil Drucker. Improved visibility and the release of their positively reviewed fourth record, Railings, led to the band touring the industrial midwest as well as the Netherlands. The Washington Post says: "Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop." The Village Voice: “Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act.” Philadelphia Inquirer: “Schlappich continues to stand head and shoulders above most Americana songwriters.” They played a few great sets here last summer! Check it out! FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

James Supra Trio

July 20 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
James Supra Trio
AGES 21+ It’s Supra unplugged! See your favorite Lehigh Valley bluesman perform acoustic versions of his rockin tunes! James Supra says: "Back in the day, when I first started, I was really into Led Zeppelin and the Rolling Stones. That's where I found out about Muddy Waters and Sonny Boy Williamson. My best description is we are very high energy, harmonica and guitar-driven blues... We're definitely not your average blues band. We take a lot of the old blues standards and we put a little James Supra twist on them. It becomes an original for us." Check out the great set they played here in 2017! FOOD TRUCK: Grumpy's BBQ.

Trouble City All-Stars

July 27 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Trouble City All-Stars
Over the past 10 years Trouble City has been turning heads and tuning in ears from all over the region with its own brand of original roots/rocksteady/reggae. Trouble City blends old sounds of traditional reggae with some more modern aspects to accomplish a solid sound to get your feet moving. Trouble City has put out three albums and has played with the likes of Stephen Marley, Snoop Dogg, The Wailers, Badfish, Matt and Kim, Flux Capacito, the Dirty Heads, Dr. Dog, the 7 walkers, Railroad earth and more! Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Take a Taco.

Friar’s Point Band

August 3 | 6 - 9 pm
Friar’s Point Band
"Playin the blues, past, present, and future."
Friar’s Point Band was formed in 2006 and quickly became one of The Leigh Valley’s top Blues-Rock acts. Known for its musicianship and originality, Friar’s Point has represented The Lehigh Valley at The International Blues Challenge in Memphis Tennessee, three times. The band has shared the stage with greats Ray Manzarek, Roy Rogers, Steve Miller, Joe Louis Walker, Nick Moss, Clarence Spady, Robin Trower, Deanna Bogart, Ricky Scarlett, Popa Chubby, Sari Schoor and more. Chris London is the lead guitarist, vocalist, and principal songwriter of Friar’s Point Band. Chris is considered an expert guitarist, and is one of the finest lead and slide guitarists in the region. His songwriting and vision has earned the respect of his peers, and Friar's Point the title of "the most original blues bands in the region."  Brian Berlanda is a Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association Award winning drummer, and the founding force behind Friar’s Point. Brian has steadily shepherded his band forward, while inspiring the collaborative atmosphere that defines Friar’s Point’s original edge. Keyboardist Dwight Spencer is a legendary veteran of the PA/NJ circuit for nearly fifty years. Dwight’s Boogie Woogie style and his expressive touch is always a crowd pleaser. Pat Powers personifies the blues in the band's sound through his lead vocals and harp playing.  Pat is a veteran of the Eastern PA blues scene for decades. Doug Brown on bass rounds out the sound. Doug’s style of playing has made him an established, and in demand, veteran of many of the region’s top acts. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Hillbilly BBQ.

Deb Callahan Band

August 10 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Deb Callahan Band
Philly’s blues-soul artist Deb Callahan and her band recently celebrated 20 years of performing, touring, recording and entertaining music fans both regionally and around the United States. She has graced the stages at many festivals nationwide from The Monterey Bay Blues Festival in Monterey, CA, The Springing the Blues Fest in Jacksonville, FL, The Bayfront Blues Fest in Duluth, MN, The Heritage Blues Fest in Wheeling, WV to WXPN’s XPonential Music Festival in her hometown of Philly. “Sweet Soul” made the top 50 contemporary blues albums for 2016 for the US Blues Music Report and Deb has received the America’s Music Festival Series in Media, PA Hall of Fame Award, made the top 10 for 2015 for reviewer Mark Gallo and was a Blues 411 2015 “Jimi Award Nominee” – nominated for Best Soul / R & B Album. Philadelphia’s blues and soul drenched vocalist and songwriter Deb Callahan grew up in the Boston area but has been a mainstay on the mid-Atlantic music scene since the late 90’s.  During this time she has gained a reputation for writing creative blues, soul and roots influenced original music and using her powerful, expressive voice to deliver an exciting live show. Blues Revue referred to her as the next Bonnie Raitt and raved “Philly’s Deb Callahan has the pipes, the songs and the raw talent to graduate to the next level”. Her rich, honest and soulful tunes resonate with listeners and run the gamut from soulful ballads, to upbeat, dance oriented grooves.  Her road tested band includes Allen James, Garry Lee and Tom Walling. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

Sweet Ember

August 17 | 5:30 - 8:30 pm
Sweet Ember

AGES 21+

Katrina Ambron is the power house vocals for Sweet Ember. She provides amazing sound and emotion in every song, while entertaining the crowd with her energetic personality.

Sweet Ember is a pop/rock/funk band from Lancaster, PA. They play covers from '70s to current hits, as well as their own catchy tunes!

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Grumpy's BBQ.

Trouble City All-Stars Are Back!

September 14 | 5 - 8 pm
Trouble City All-Stars Are Back!

AGES 21+

Over the past 10 years Trouble City has been turning heads and tuning in ears from all over the region with its own brand of original roots/rocksteady/reggae. Trouble City blends old sounds of traditional reggae with some more modern aspects to accomplish a solid sound to get your feet moving. Trouble City has put out three albums and has played with the likes of Stephen Marley, The Wailers, Badfish, Matt and Kim, Flux Capacitor, the Dirty Heads, Dr. Dog, the 7 walkers, Railroad earth and more!

Check them out here!

FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse.

Mighty Manatees Are Back!

September 21 | 5 - 8 pm
Mighty Manatees Are Back!
AGES 21+ The Mighty Manatees are a large, diverse ensemble who are known to skillfully combine many genres into an upbeat, harmonious blend. Reggae, country, blues, folk, ska, funk, zydeco, and rock n' roll peacefully coexist under the Mightees' musical umbrella. They have played with America, David Amram, Commander Cody, the Spin Doctors, Richard Hell, The Radiators, U2, Nigel Hall, Lettuce, and many more. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: V & C.

Frog Holler Returns to Pinnacle Ridge!

September 28 | 5 - 8 pm
Frog Holler Returns to Pinnacle Ridge!
$5 Cover
AGES 21+ Frog Holler is an alternative/country rock Americana band from Berks County. Their current lineup consists of bandleader Darren Schlappich on vocals and left-handed guitar, Mike Lavdanski on banjo and vocal harmonies, Daniel Bower on drums, John Kilgore on guitar, Cory Heller on keyboard, and Josh Sceurman on bass, and often incorporate mandolin and steel guitar in their music. As they built up a following regionally, the band began touring extensively, playing gigs from Boston to the Carolinas. Frog Holler released three records through the small independent label from Philadelphia, Record Cellar, run by Neil Drucker. Improved visibility and the release of their positively reviewed fourth record, Railings, led to the band touring the industrial midwest as well as the Netherlands. The Washington Post says: "Neo-hillbillies with a twist, Frog Holler plays mountain blues and country as accessible and modern as the most hummable pop." The Village Voice: “Great songwriting, deliriously entertaining live act.” Philadelphia Inquirer: “Schlappich continues to stand head and shoulders above most Americana songwriters.” They played a few great sets here last summer! Check it out! FOOD TRUCK: Gourmand Cafe.

Swift Technique

October 5 | 5 - 8 pm
Swift Technique
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AGES 21+ Swift Technique, Philadelphia’s fiery funk extravaganza, is sprinting into their tenth year at full speed! Their unique blend of funk, soul, rock, and relentless showmanship has propelled the group into their most successful period to date. Featuring the powerhouse vocal tandem of Chelsea ViaCava and Nik Greeley, as well as bombastic horns, thunderous bass and drums, driving guitar and keys - Swift Tech’s live performances are unmatched in energy, musicianship and pure feel-good fun. And with a recent appearance on an award winning Netflix series, the group is commanding national attention. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Smokehouse.

The Youngers

October 12 | 4 - 7 pm
The Youngers
AGES 21+ Hailing from southeastern Pennsylvania, The Youngers were founded in 1999. They have recorded at the Cash Cabin in Tennessee, with an all-star lineup of guest musicians including Laura Cash on fiddle, Ronnie McCoury of the Del McCoury Band on mandolin, and the late pedal-steel legend Ralph Mooney. They have shared stages with the late Levon Helm at one of his famed “Midnight Rambles,” as well as opening for Marty Stuart, Lee Rocker, David Allen Coe and Wayne Hancock. Their music has been featured on NPR, Sirius Radio, and Cowboy Jack Clement’s Radio Show. Heritage also received glowing reviews by Vintage Guitar Magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Check them out here! FOOD TRUCK: Hillbilly BBQ.

Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway

October 19 | 5 - 8 pm
Scott Marshall & Marshall’s Highway
AGES 21+ Scott Marshall and Marshall's Highway is a 4-8 piece act that’s heavier in style. Driving beats and electric guitars dominate, yet the band’s versatility is evident in their ballads and the mix of genres they present. The Rock/Country collision takes place here, but there’s no bloodshed. It’s a crash everyone seems to enjoy! Check out their live performance at Musikfest Cafe here! FOOD TRUCK: Cone Appetit.

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