Sample beer, wine and soup in the Sun Inn Courtyard, Broad Street and Main Street. Enjoy live music throughout Saturday, watch a pie-eating contest, see a beer-making demonstration, shop for arts and crafts or grab fresh produce from Scholl’s Orchards. If fall’s your season, this is your festival!
If you missed Oktoberfest last weekend, don’t dismay – it’s staying around for this weekend too! Experience an authentic German Oktoberfest with a special Pennsylvania flair. Highlighting the event is the 100-foot by 240-foot Yuengling Festhalle tent at PNC Plaza, featuring German food, beer, and polka, rock and party bands. The festival starts up again Friday evening and keeps on going until Sunday night!
When it comes to making your event the one to be at, you need to get the Lehigh Valley’s Premier DJ, Cap Cee. CEO of Audio Dynamikz, On Air Personality of B104/Clear Channel, and Club DJ of the Year in 2007, 2010 & 2011, Cap Cee spins the hottest mix of newest hits and the classics. Since his start in 2003, he has been the opening DJ for such renowned stars like L.L. Cool J, Ne-Yo, Method Man, Jason Derulo, etc. Since the start of his promotion company in 2007, he has thrown some of the wildest and lavish parties in the Valley, hitting an audience of 1500+.
Join Mayor Callahan, Mayor Panto, Mayor Pawlowski at SteelStacks on Saturday morning and hundreds of local volunteers committed to stopping diabetes. Walkers can earn incentives, t-shirts, sweatshirts and other prizes. Teams or individuals will be able to purchase a route sign in memory of or in honor of someone they have lost. Pre-walk activities include vendors, kids games, face painting, and more. After a fun kickoff and warm-up, everyone will walk through South Bethlehem. The event concludes with lunch from Applebees and Oktoberfest. For more info or to register go to http://www.diabetes.org/lehighvalley.
You can catch this comedy Friday, Saturday or Sunday night. The Morning Call reviewed it well: “The Pan Show: In Pan We Trust” is an experimental musical, combining song, farce, and film in a plot where the Greek god Pan conquers the world. Pan pulls it off, and so does Bethlehem’s Touchstone Theatre in this nearly two-hour production that is a follow-up to the theater’s first “Pan Show” in 2010.