Live on the Greenway 2024 Concert Series Lineup Announced!

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Live on the Greenway returns to South Bethlehem in May and June for another community concert series! The concerts will be held on Sunday afternoons from 12-3 PM at Harmony Pavilion on the Webster & Taylor block of the South Bethlehem Greenway.  The events will be free and open to the public, with food and beverages available to purchase from local brewers and businesses.

Attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair or beach towel for seating, sunglasses, and sunscreen for a comfortable viewing experience. Live on the Greenway is brought to you in partnership with the City of Bethlehem and SouthSide Arts District, a nonprofit program of the Bethlehem Economic Development Corporation.

Dates & Times:

May 19, 12-3 PM
May 26, 12-3 PM
June 2, 12-3 PM
June 9, 12-3 PM

Harmony Pavilion, South Bethlehem Greenway (between Webster & Taylor Streets)

2024 Season Lineup

May 19

Life After Dead: Grateful Dead Tribute

Returning to Live on the Greenway for a second year in a row, Life After Dead brings tribute to the improvisational, indescribable music of Grateful Dead! Life After Dead is comprised of Rich Jeffreys on lead vocals and guitar, Jon Fadem (from Start Making Sense: Talking Heads Tribute) on lead guitar and vocals, Dave Johnsen (from Project/Object) on bass and vocals, and Zach Martin on drums. Together, they create a sound which, while reminiscent of their collective musical influences, reflects a desire to create exciting new music which stretches the boundaries of imagination, while inspiring their audiences to dance at the same time.

May 26

The Large Flower Heads: Tribute to the Groovy 60s & early 70s

Get ready to time-travel back to the groovy ’60s & early ‘70s with The Large Flowerheads! They’ll have you all singing and dancing along as they perform hits from The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Mamas & Papas and many more. Critics agree that their covers are near perfect renditions of these timeless classics. Plus this talented band has opened for some real music legends like Peter Noone & Herman’s Hermits, 5th Dimension, Guess Who and The Vogues – just check out some of the most notable stages they’ve rocked: Musikfest Cafe; Penn’s Peak; Sellersville Theater; TD Bank Amphitheater…and so many more regional fairs, festivals & summer concert series! So get your groove on at a show near you today!!


June 2

The Billy Bauer Acoustic Duo

A Bethlehem, PA based acoustic rock group, the Billy Bauer Band has played some of the most prestigious music festivals & venues in America. Their sound is craftily woven with electric violin, and folky grooves. They built their fan base the old fashioned way, through years of touring and great live performances. The band has opened for Grammy winners and top billboard artists: Young The Giant, Third Eye Blind, O.A.R. (Of A Revolution), Tim Reynolds (of Dave Matthews Band), Blues Traveler, Gin Blossoms, Pete Francis (of Dispatch), Uncle Kracker, and more.

June 9

The Beautiful Distortion

The Beautiful Distortion is an American rock band with a hook-driven, harmony-heavy melodic sound, fronted by vocalists/guitarists Dave Doll and sisters Karen Jones and Amy Jones, and featuring Chris Reagle on lead guitar, Jake Morrison on bass guitar, and Tim Harrell on drums. The band’s songwriting ranges from heavy metal to indie/acoustic, pulling from diverse styles and influences such as Alice In Chains, Dream Theater, Fleetwood Mac, and Ghost. The Beautiful Distortion is: Dave Doll (lead/harmony vocals, lead guitar) Tim Harrell (drums, percussion) Amy Jones (lead/harmony vocals, rhythm guitar) Karen Jones (lead/harmony vocals, rhythm guitar) Jake Morrison (bass, harmony vocals) Chris Reagle (lead guitar, harmony vocals)