Yo! The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air bring fly ‘I Love the ’90s’ tribute to Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe on Feb. 4
From a press release:
Yo, dawg – if you were born in or lived through the 1990s, you can experience it all again with the “I Love the ’90s” tribute concert by The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air at Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017 at 8 p.m.
Tickets, which are $15 in advance or $20 the day of the show, are on sale now and available at all Ticketmaster outlets, the Penn’s Peak box office (325 Maury Rd., Jim Thorpe), and Roadies Restaurant and Bar (325 Maury Rd., Jim Thorpe). Penn’s Peak box office and Roadies Restaurant ticket sales are walk-up only; no phone orders.
The Fresh Kids of Bel-Air is a seven-piece band based in New York City who have come together to put on the dopest live ’90s show in the country. They’re bringing back all of the slammin’ singles you listened to on your Walkman, from TLC to Third Eye Blind. If your first crush was the Pink Power Ranger or you’re looking for an excuse to throw on your Jellies, “I Love the ’90s” is where it’s at – duh. So whether you’re a NYC OG or just cruisin’ through, you can bump and grind with the freshest kids in the Big Apple.
Every Friday night at Le Poisson Rouge in Greenwich Village, the Fresh Kids take the stage and perform the biggest ’90s hits you loved when you were still rocking butterfly clips and feeding your Furby. But the band doesn’t stop at Fridays on Bleecker Street – they are taking the country by storm, playing legendary venues like The Capitol Theatre, Union Transfer, The Paramount, and now Penn’s Peak. Seriously, they are all that and a bag of chips.
Penn’s Peak, a beautiful mountaintop entertainment venue, can comfortably host 1,800 concertgoers with a spacious dance floor, lofty ceilings, a concert bar/concession area, and a full-service restaurant and bar aptly named Roadies. Complete with a broad open-air deck for summertime revelry, Penn’s Peak patrons enjoy a breathtaking overlook of nearby Beltzville Lake, plus a commanding, picturesque 50-mile panoramic view of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Appalachian Mountains.
Geographically convenient to residents of major population zones in Hazleton, Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New York City, it is located only four miles from Exit 74 of the northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.