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Head to Reid's Cider House for live music every Saturday night! Check out the schedule below:
August 23rd: Across The Pond - Live music featuring Across the Pond! An acoustic Celtic/folk trio.
August 24th: Faded Denim - Live music featuring Faded Denim, a local singer-songwriter duo. Faded Denim is a folk-pop duo featuring strong lead and harmony vocals with J.J. Dugan on bass and Dwight Dubs on guitar.
August 30th: Morning Sky - Live music featuring Morning Sky. They are a three-piece group that brings bluegrass and folk inspired harmonies to various genres of music, including country and soft rock.
August 31st: Keel and Hill - Live music featuring Keel and Hill. Bob is a musical storyteller for those in need of a tale.
September 6th: Mark Baxter - Mark has a soulful bluesy voice with a strong range and performs a wide variety of music ranging from stripped down 80s to beach rock and blues.
September 7th: Neil and Shannon - The acoustic duo known as Neil and Shannon formed in 2009. This duo includes Neil Sollenberger (guitar/vocal) and Shannon Bigham (vocal/guitar). They are inspired by classic folk, bluegrass, and rock. Their harmonies and guitars provide a gratifying musical journey. Neil and Shannon invite you to “Come thru the music."
September 13th: Nick Andrew Staver - Nick is a Gettysburg native, and he invites you to listen to a dose of rhythm & blues mixed into modern songwriting storylines.
September 14th: LeBlanc and Kissinger - Ric LeBlanc and Bob Kissinger are an acoustic duo with an attention to detail and great harmonies.
September 20th: Frank and Bob - Frank Davis and Bob Flurie are experienced life-long musicians. Join them at the Cider House for some classic tunes and guaranteed fun.
September 21st: Irvine and Lewis - Steve and Diane are a brother & sister acoustic act that have been performing in the Central Pennsylvania area for over 25 years. Along with their originals, they cover musical styles such as the Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, Sheryl Crow, Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Indigo Girls, and other artists from the folk-rock style of music.
September 27th: Ragged Edges - Ragged Edges are an acoustic/electric duo performing a wide range of musical styles including Rock, Pop, Country and much more. They have been playing throughout the midstate area and building a following for the past several years. Prior to the duo, Thom Sheaffer on vocals/guitar and Vaughn Hummel on guitar/vocals had been performing in various bands around the Central PA area for more than 10 years, most notably with the McKabes and Bordertown. From high-energy uptempo songs to heartfelt ballads, Ragged Edges offers something for everyone, playing and singing a wide range of musical styles.
September 28th: Matt Miskie - Live music featuring Matt Miskie. Miskie’s repertoire blends traditional folk and contemporary acoustic classics with his original music.
All shows are free and open to the public. Wine, hard cider and food will be available to purchase.
*Please note we do not allow outside food. Give us a call at 717-334-7537 to check out our rotating food menu*