Hip-hop, Punk & Acoustic: Friday Night's Music Picks

It’s the day before the Fourth of July, and it’s time to let loose. It’s also a perfect night to go see some live music throughout Central PA. Here are three picks to get your fill of different songs tonight.

1) Wiz Khalifa and Fall Out Boy at the GIANT Center (Hershey)

Pittsburgh’s favorite hip-hop artist comes to Hershey tonight to perform his list of hits, including “We Dem Boyz,” “Black and Yellow” and his newest singles, “See You Again” and “No Permission.” Also on the bill are Chicago pop punk darlings Fall Out Boy and New York hip-hop artist Hoodie Allen – a pretty diverse lineup. The concert starts at 7 p.m., and tickets range from $37.50-$67.50.

2) Consider the Source at the Abbey Bar (Harrisburg)

Couldn’t get tickets to the Grateful Dead shows in Chicago? Do yourself a favor and go to see Consider the Source instead. The instrumental jam outfit from New York has been blowing away live audiences since 2004, combining elements of fusion jazz, Middle Eastern, rock, heavy metal and psychedelia into their sound. The show starts at 9 p.m., and tickets are $10.

3) Bob Keel at Reid’s Orchard & Winery (Gettysburg)

Hailing from Charles Town, WV, acoustic singer/songwriter Bob Keel has been writing hundreds of songs for more than a decadeĀ  everything from people he’s met in his travels to one called “The World is Constipated.” His baritone voice and guitar skills are perfect for outdoor listening. He plays on the back porch of the winery from 7-10 p.m., and it’s free.

 


 

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Michael Yoder has been writing stories at numerous publications for more than a decade. His interests include impersonating Santa Claus, performing stand-up comedy and drawing circular objects. His dream is to win an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. Michael is a former features editor for Fly; he left in 2015.

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