NEPA Scene Staff

Comedian Kevin Hart gives ‘Reality Check’ to Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre on Oct. 9

Comedian Kevin Hart gives ‘Reality Check’ to Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre on Oct. 9

From a press release: Today, Emmy and Grammy-nominated comedian and actor Kevin Hart announced the addition of eight new shows to the second leg of his widely popular 2022 Reality Check Tour, including one at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes-Barre Township on Sunday, Oct. 9. The added dates include the Santander […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Emmanuel Wisdom creates ‘immersive art experience’ at Black Scranton Center for Arts & Culture July 29-30

Emmanuel Wisdom creates ‘immersive art experience’ at Black Scranton Center for Arts & Culture July 29-30

From a press release: “UNAPXLXGETIQ” is an alternate name adopted by artist and creative designer Emmanuel Wisdom, and it is also the title of his upcoming immersive art experience in Scranton. The exhibition is a sociological commentary on women empowerment, social justice, and worldly happenings in under-served communities around the world. Set for Friday, July […]

 Rich Howells

After 5 years, punk band Captain, We’re Sinking reunites at new Scranton music festival on Aug. 6

After 5 years, punk band Captain, We’re Sinking reunites at new Scranton music festival on Aug. 6

For local fans of punk rock, the future isn’t canceled and good things are right around the corner. Recently announced on NEPA Scene, the first-ever Good Things Are Happening Fest at the Scranton Iron Furnaces will be headlined by Captain, We’re Sinking, who are reuniting for their first show in nearly five years on Saturday, […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Before returning to Scranton, Philly indie rockers The Tisburys grow ‘Garden’ on ‘Main Street’

Before returning to Scranton, Philly indie rockers The Tisburys grow ‘Garden’ on ‘Main Street’

From a press release: Originally formed in Scranton, Philadelphia-based indie rock/power pop band The Tisburys are showing their musical growth with “Garden,” the first single from their upcoming third album, “Exile on Main Street,” due out Sept. 16 via Sacks of Phones. Released on June 30, the song was recorded with Justin Nazario (Riverby, Dweller) […]

 Rich Howells

EXCLUSIVE: Good Things Are Happening music festival debuts at Scranton Iron Furnaces on Aug. 6

EXCLUSIVE: Good Things Are Happening music festival debuts at Scranton Iron Furnaces on Aug. 6

As if the past two years of a global pandemic and political unrest wasn’t enough for the average person to deal with, inflation has driven the cost of living to new heights in 2022. As so many struggle to make ends meet, particularly in the working class city of Scranton, it may be difficult to […]

 James Callahan

VIDEO PREMIERE: Old school Easton punk rockers El Destructo reignite with ‘Live That Way’

VIDEO PREMIERE: Old school Easton punk rockers El Destructo reignite with ‘Live That Way’

An Irish 17th-century folk song passed down through the centuries from campfire to campfire, later to The Dubliners, then to the Thin Lizzy boys in 1963, and eventually found “her” way to metal chieftains Metallica, quips the following: “Now some men like a fishin’ And some men like the fowlin’ And some men like to […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Live Nation offers $25 tickets to shows in Scranton, Allentown, and more during Concert Week, May 4-10

Live Nation offers $25 tickets to shows in Scranton, Allentown, and more during Concert Week, May 4-10

From a press release: Today, Live Nation began its annual Concert Week promotion, offering music fans the ability to purchase $25 all-in tickets to more than 3,700 shows across North America this year. The week-long program celebrates one of the biggest and most anticipated years for live music and marks the kickoff to the summer […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

‘Marionette Land’ tells quirky story of Lancaster puppeteer at NEPA Film Fest on April 3

‘Marionette Land’ tells quirky story of Lancaster puppeteer at NEPA Film Fest on April 3

From a press release: The fifth annual Northeast Pennsylvania Film Festival will wrap up this Sunday, April 3 with a screening of “Marionette Land” from 3:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. at The Ritz Theater in downtown Scranton. The showing includes a special Q&A with director and Clarks Summit native Alexander Monelli, along with his subject, Robert Brock. […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

After extensive renovations, Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia reopens with bands like The Menzingers and LCD Soundsystem

After extensive renovations, Franklin Music Hall in Philadelphia reopens with bands like The Menzingers and LCD Soundsystem

From a press release: The Bowery Presents, an East Coast concert promotion and venue management company with venues in Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and beyond, will reintroduce Franklin Music Hall to fans in Philadelphia following extensive renovations, kicking off with a four-night residency with LCD Soundsystem this week and continuing with shows from Car Seat […]

 NEPA Scene Staff

Pa. metal band Tallah peers through twisted ‘Telescope’ on upcoming album, ‘The Generation of Danger’

Pa. metal band Tallah peers through twisted ‘Telescope’ on upcoming album, ‘The Generation of Danger’

From a press release: Last week, one of modern metal’s most explosive and unbridled forces, Pennsylvania nu-core band Tallah, announced their sophomore full-length album, “The Generation of Danger.” It will be released on Friday, Sept. 9 via Earache Records and, much like their 2020 debut album “Matriphagy,” will revolve around around an elaborate and horrific […]

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