Comfort Suites University
120 W. Third St.
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Phone: (610) 882-9700
Fax: (610) 882-4389
Tucked away behind the green door on Rink Street, Secret Art Space is a hidden gem of an underground venue which hosts weekly punk and rock concerts. The venue is brightly lit and intimate, which provides an opportunity for the crowd to interact with the bands. Expect to listen to some amazing original tunes churned out by the talented local bands at the Secret Art Space. Rock and heavy metal bands like Mose Giganticus, Fight Amp and Hero Destroyed have performed here in the past. Apart from live music, the venue also hosts temporary art exhibitions, weekly/ monthly movie screenings and other plethora of events to entertain the crowd.
A non-profit organization, the Godfrey Daniels offers a stage to promote different types of folk art. The center often hosts aboriginal and regional music shows and dance performances that are very informative and interesting to watch. The center has an intimate setting that encourages interaction between the audience and artists. If you are a lover of performing arts, attending a show at the Godfrey Daniels will give you a peek into the world of traditional art forms.
Part of the university, this venue can be rented for private events too. Come see some classical concerts or some dazzling ballet performances.
The 18th-century inn was a two-story structure built by the Moravians. Its features include a hip roof, an enlarged third story with 17 rooms. It is a great venue choice for hosting private events and social functions that can boast a charming backdrop. It is added to the National Register of Historic Places.
Formerly the Bethlehem Steel plant, SteelStacks is open to all creative urges and events alike. The campus is home to various venues like the ArtsQuest Center, Levitt Pavilion, the PNC Plaza, and more. Call for more information.
Straub Chrysler Jeep Riverplace Stadium is the best location in Bethlehem to see the best artists of today and yesterday.
Burnside Plantation, also known as Lerch Farm, is an old, Historic plantation centered around a farmhouse which dates back to 1751. Today the place, which includes the farmhouse, the outside garden, two barns and a summer kitchen, is used for several festivals and events.
Located on the campus of Lehigh University, is the picturesque Goodman Stadium that hosts many of the varsity's tournaments and sports events. Surrounded by idyllic mountains, the stadium has a capacity of 16,000 and is home to the university's football team. The stadium offers fine facilities like locker rooms, training spaces as well as indoor restrooms. There is also a stadium house to the north with scoreboards and technical enhancements. Check it out when in town.
Stabler Arena, located on the Lehigh Campus, plays host to a variety of events, from collegiate games to antique fairs.
The Triple-A affiliate of the major league Philadelphia Phillies Ballclub, the Lehigh Valley Ironpigs play at the beautiful Coca Cola Park in Allentown. Boasting some of the country's highest attendance numbers for minor league baseball, Coca Cola Park has become a destination for baseball fans across the country. The stadium can hold just over 10,000 fans, including standing room only, and has an array of seating options from standard fold-down seats, to party decks, lawn seats, and private suites. Though baseball is played mostly during the summer months, Coca Cola Park is open for special events year-round.
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.
Known as the first performing arts facility in Allentown, the Miller Symphony Hall offers spectacular entertainment throughout the year. Both theatrical and musical performances take place here, that have included the likes of Phyllis Curtin, Gracie Alan, the Marx Brothers, John Barrymore and Carol Channing. Truly the city's top performance art venue, the Miller Symphony Hall has something for everyone.