Free Party on the Patio concerts are back at Mohegan Sun Pocono in Wilkes-Barre starting June 3
From a press release:
From June 3 through Sept. 2, guests can enjoy live entertainment, experience a variety of food truck options, and stay refreshed with drink specials. As always, there is no cover charge for these live shows.
Upholding the highest safety standards for all guests and team members, Mohegan Sun Pocono will adhere to state, local, and CDC guidelines, including operating at reduced capacity and enforcing social distancing at Party on the Patio events. Masks will be required at all times except while eating or drinking. Entry may be denied due to capacity limits and/or failure to adhere to health and safety standards, which are subject to change.
Party on the Patio was canceled last summer due to the global pandemic, so this summer, redemption comes in the form of an extended lineup of artists. In addition to some of the best tribute bands in the country, Badfish is making their Party on the Patio debut on July 1 with Sublime’s greatest hits. The following week, Almost Queen is set to bring the best of Queen to Mohegan Sun Pocono for the first time since 2016. Like their drive-in concert at Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza last year, Almost Queen will be joined by opening act Philadelphia Freedom, a tribute to Elton John made up of Northeastern Pennsylvania natives.
Local food trucks will be featured each week, and Tony Luke’s will also be serving classic Philly cheesesteaks and chicken cheesesteaks all summer long. Coors Light, Blue Moon, and a variety of spirits and mixed drinks will also be available.
Hosted by radio station The River 105, the Party on the Patio lineup is subject to change. Doors for each event open at 6:30 p.m., and the music begins at 7:30 p.m. All attendees must be 21 and over, and valid identification is required for entry.
Party on the Patio 2021 lineup
June 3: Black Dog, a tribute to Led Zeppelin
June 10: Best of the Eagles, a tribute to the Eagles
June 17: Back in Black, a tribute to AC/DC
June 24: Head Games, a tribute to Foreigner
July 1: Badfish, a tribute to Sublime
July 15: The Great Escape, a tribute to Journey
July 22: 7800 Fahrenheit, a tribute to Bon Jovi
July 29: The Landsharks, a tribute to Jimmy Buffet
Aug. 5: Draw the Line, a tribute to Aerosmith
Aug. 12: Refugee, a tribute to Tom Petty
Aug. 19: Stayin’ Alive, a tribute to the Bee Gees
Aug. 26: A Proud Monkey, a tribute to Dave Matthews Band
Sept. 2: Tusk, a tribute to Fleetwood Mac
Mohegan Sun Pocono (1280 Highway 315, Wilkes-Barre), owned by Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment, was the first destination to bring gaming to Pennsylvania in 2006 and has since become one of the premier entertainment, gaming, shopping, and dining destinations in the state. Situated on 400 acres in Plains, Mohegan Sun Pocono features a 238-room hotel with an on-site spa and adjacent 20,000 square-foot Convention Center. It is currently home to 82,000 square feet of gaming space, including 60 live table games, 1,900 slot machines and electronic table games, a variety of dining and shopping options, nightlife, entertainment, and live harness racing. Mohegan Sun Pocono is within easy access of New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Delaware.