Penn’s Peak celebrates 15 years in Jim Thorpe with $15 concert tickets from Feb. 1-15
From a press release:
Penn’s Peak began welcoming live music fans into the Jim Thorpe concert venue on Feb. 4, 2003. The first artist to hit the stage was Brad Paisley, and thousands of musicians have performed there since.
To celebrate 15 years of bringing top-notch entertainment to the top of the mountain, Penn’s Peak is offering $15 tickets for select shows during the first 15 days of February.
Valid Thursday, Feb. 1 through Thursday, Feb. 15, the offer is limited to purchases at the Penn’s Peak box office (325 Maury Rd., Jim Thorpe) only on Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The $15 ticket is a flat rate with all fees included and is subject to availability. The discounted price applies to new purchases only.
Eligible $15 discount concerts:
Feb. 9: Voyage – No. 1 Journey tribute featuring Hugo – general admission
Feb. 16: Rodney Atkins – regular reserved seating
Feb. 24: Bruce in the USA – Bruce Springsteen tribute – general admission
March 2: Lonestar – regular reserved seating
March 3: Melvin Seals & JGB – general admission
March 9: Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot celebrating the music of Billy Joel – general admission
March 10: Rhythm in the Night: The Irish Dance Spectacular – regular reserved seating
March 23: Jay & The Americans and The Brooklyn Bridge – regular reserved seating
March 24: Lorrie Morgan – $15 regular reserved seating
Sept. 14: John Cafferty & The Beaver Brown Band – general admission
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.