FREE Outdoor Summer Concert feat. Blind Choice
The Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple
420 N Washington Ave, Scranton, PA 18503
Free Outdoor Summer Concert
All current CDC Guidelines will be followed. Patrons are required to wear masks while inside the building.
ABOUT BLIND CHOICE
An alternative rock & punk trio from Pennsylvania, Blind Choice was formed with its current members in March 2017. The band, with four years under its belt, has quickly gained success and has shared the stage with artists like Richie Ramone (The Ramones), Bowling For Soup, Drake Bell, Diamante, Sponge and TRAPT Official just to name a few! With well over 150+ shows performed, the trio continues to perform throughout the tri-state region playing at iconic music venues from The Bitter End to the Stanhope House, H*MAC, Chameleon Club and Mount Airy Casino & Lodge. The band is available for originals, covers, a mix of both or even stripped down raw acoustic tunes. Come check out Blind Choice and you won’t be disappointed.
Dylan Pysher – Lead Vocals/Guitar
Matt Habrial – Bass/Vocals
Tanner Snyder – Drums
ABOUT OUR FREE OUTDOOR SUMMER CONCERTS
We’re so excited to announce that we’re hosting a series of FREE Outdoor Summer Concerts at the Scranton Cultural Center this summer! It’s been a long time since we have been able to welcome patrons to our facility, and we are so excited to have you back to enjoy music from Young Lion, Erin Malloy & Friends, The Dishonest Fiddlers and Blind Choice!
These concerts are free and open to the public, and will take place outside at the Scranton Cultural Center. A cash bar with light fare will be available. All current CDC guidelines will be followed, and any updates will be shared with you via our social media channels!
Live entertainment is BACK and we’re so excited to share it with you, so mark your calendars!
Our FREE Summer Concert Series is sponsored by LT Verrastro, Truly Hard Seltzer and UGI Utilities, Inc.
The Scranton Cultural Center’s 2020-2021 Season is sponsored by Fidelity Bank and LT Verrastro and supported by Lackawanna County and the PA Council on the Arts.