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With adventures to suit every budget, Gettysburg and Adams County businesses offer plenty of packages to help visitors create their dream vacations.
Head to Reid's Cider House for live music every Saturday night! Check out the schedule below:
April 20th: Brian Forberger Duo - The Brian Forberger Duo is comprised of guitarist/vocalist Brian Forberger, and percussionist Justin Collins. Performing original music, and covers from decades past, the duo brings a blend of soulful, rhythmic modern rock with a nod to the classics.
April 27th: Suzi Brown - Live music featuring Suzi Brown. Suzi Brown is a well-traveled and accomplished singer/songwriter, acoustic instrumentalist, and session musician based out of Harrisburg, PA. Suzi has an innovative and unconventional approach to the guitar, which is reflected in her unique sound and creative music. As a musician, she has set herself apart in taking music where no other musician has ventured to go.
May 3rd: Frank & Bob - Frank Davis and Bob Flurie are experienced life-long musicians. Join them at the Cider House for some classic tunes and guaranteed fun.
May 4th: Morning Sky - A three-piece group that brings bluegrass and folk inspired harmonies to various genres of music, including country and soft rock.
May 10th: Jo'Blues - A rocking blues band, founded in 2000 in Los Angeles, CA.
May 11th: Patapsco Delta Boys - Bob Friedman and Tom Chalkley are lifelong collectors of old songs and writers of new songs. They joined forces as The Patapsco Delta Boys in 2003. Their repertoire includes rural blues, early country and Appalachian folk songs, jazz ballads, jug band music: toe-tapping songs about barrooms, railroads, broken hearts, and good times; some funny, some sad, some both at the same time. Bob plays guitar and ukulele; Tom plays harmonica and tries to play the banjo.
May 17th: Acoustic Juice - Acoustic Juice is a 2-piece band featuring the husband and wife team of Randy and Tammy Karstetter. Randy is an accomplished, self-taught guitarist and Tammy lends her talents with percussion and awesome harmonies.
May 18th: Hemlock Hollow - Hemlock Hollow is Roger Wilkinson on lead vocals and guitar and Chris Wilkinson on mandolin; their music is an eclectic mix of Americana, bluegrass and folk.
May 24th: See The Elephant - A duo consisting of John Mayer and Matt Freeman, playing rock and classic rock.
May 25th: Peace Run Band - An acoustic Americana duo based in the Washington, D.C. area. The band consists of two friends – banjo master, Keith Arneson, and vocalist, Shannon Leigh Reynolds – who formally established their musical partnership in 2017 after Keith’s retirement from the U.S. Navy. With a strong emphasis on banjo, fingerpicking guitar and vocal harmony, their music is a dynamic mix of bluegrass, folk and country that is spare and rustic, yet fresh and powerful.
May 31st: Sal Biondollo - Sal has been performing for over three decades, and his eclectic repertoire and musical diversity has been shaped by the places he has traveled and influence his unique style.
All shows are free and open to the public. Wine, hard cider and light fare are available to purchase.