3712 Hamilton Blvd.
Allentown, PA 18103
Phone: (610) 437-9100
Fax: (610) 437-0221
This haunted barn has an indoor maze, graveyard, games, and sideshows. Held in October.
The Civic Theatre of Allentown is a professionally staffed community arts center offering Lehigh Valley the best in theatre, arts education, film, and more.
The Pines Dinner Theatre is a great place for a night on the town in Allentown. With your all-inclusive ticket, you get a full meal, including drinks and dessert, as well as guaranteed seats to one of their charming performances. The Pines has a rotating selection of shows, everything from Broadway musicals and interactive murder mysteries to Christmas and holiday performances, and also hosts special events for Mother's and Father's Day. Laugh, cry, and dine with the Pines for an all-around exceptional experience.
Flutations is an Allentown, Pennsylvania-based flute choir and affiliate organizations Recordante (recorder choir) and the Maestro 5 (woodwind quintet). Flutations is also available for private events, including weddings.
Founded in 1972, the Camerata Singers has become an important part of the Lehigh Valley
PPL Center is a large multipurpose arena that's perfect for concerts, conferences, and hockey games. Watch the Phantoms, a professional hockey team, dominate the ice one night then come back another day for a family-friendly figure skating show. Along with comfortable seating, the arena also has great food and drink options.
Mayfair is Allentown's premier five-day outdoor arts and crafts festival that features storytellers, art exhibits, food, local and national musical acts, hands-on crafts demonstrations, and much more for the whole family to enjoy. Held in May.
The lovely Miller Symphony Hall rests in the city of Allentown in Pennsylvania. This charming hall was the first facility for performing arts in the city. There are ongoing musical and theatrical performances throughout at this venue and some noteworthy spectacles that have been shown here are performances by Carol Channing, Phyllis Curtin, John Barrymore, Gracie Alan and the Marx Brothers. From jazz to symphony orchestras and from theater productions to puppet shows, check out their website to catch a show that caters to your taste.
The Crocodile Rock Cafe features live entertainment from a variety of genres.
Situated near the river in east Allentown, Catch 22 is for all the night birds who want to party wee into the morning. This late night destination has three floors for dancing, huge TV screens and DJs spinning a mix of classics, reggae and R&B. For those not in the mood to groove can enjoy a game of pool at their pool tables while sipping a drink or two. The nightclub also serves some tasty bar food to curb those hunger pangs. Catch 22 is available on rent for private events as well.
Experience the romance of drive-ins at one of the country's oldest theaters located in Orefield. Established in 1934, Shankweiler opened just a year after the country's first drive-in and has been welcoming audiences year after year with the latest blockbusters. The theater has kept-up with the times incorporating newer screening and audio technologies suited to the outdoor setting. Get your fill of bites at the snack bar that offers a selection of beverages and snacks including hot dogs, burgers and popcorn. There's a delightful choice of candy as well. Check website for more.
The Carmike 16 Theatre in Allentown offers the latest Hollywood movies.