Live at the Falls Jumps to Weekly Format for 2021 Season
The free live music series kicks off in June and runs through the end of September.
Easton, PA – May 27, 2021 – The nonprofit Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP)’s Live at the Falls outdoor concert series will move from a monthly format to weekly for the 2021 season.
Live at the Falls, presented by Lehigh Valley Health Network, is a free, outdoor music series that will run 6-8:30 p.m. Thursday evenings, June through September. Concerts will be held at Scott Park in Downtown Easton. Food trucks will open at 6 p.m., with music following at 6:30 p.m. The series offers a chance to listen to great music, and enjoy fresh fare from food trucks in a picturesque setting. Scott Park has a kids playground area, and GEDP will bring lawn games down as well.
Throughout the season, Porters’ Pub will host a libations tent featuring wine, Kentucky and Moscow mules, as well as craft brews.
Live at the Falls started in 2016, and is one of the many free events that GEDP is able to offer throughout the year because of money raised at fundraisers, including Rosé on the River (a rosé wine and oyster tasting event set for June 12) and PA Bacon Fest.
Live at the Falls will follow all local, state and CDC guidelines. Fully vaccinated guests will not be required to wear a mask. Scott Park affords plenty of space to spread out and enjoy the tunes.
This year’s Live at the Falls Music Stage, presented by IBEW Local 102, will feature:
JUNE 3: Colebrook Road
JUNE 10: Jim Gaudet & The Railroad Boys
JUNE 17: Dayna Gaynor and Tribe of Friends
JUNE 24: James Supra / Sarah Ayers Band
JULY 1: Marc Berger & Ride
JULY 8: We May Be Right
JULY 15: Acoustic Kitty Project
JULY 22: Lehigh Valley Urban Latin Orchestra
JULY 29: School of Rock Easton
AUGUST 5: Reservoir Hill
AUGUST 12: Serene Green
AUGUST 19: A Few Good Men
AUGUST 26: TBD
SEPTEMBER 2: No concert on this date
SEPTEMBER 9: Nora Jane Struthers
SEPTEMBER 16: Roi and the Secret People
SEPTEMBER 23: Boat House Row
SEPTEMBER 30: Zaire
The series is sponsored by: Lehigh Valley Health Network and IBEW Local 102. For more information, visit liveatfalls.com.