Every Friday at 7 pm Original’s Bar and Lounge presents live entertainment. From the area’s top local bands to nationally renowned comedians, patrons will laugh, dance, enjoy specialty beverages, great food and a relaxing atmosphere.
On Fridays from June to August at 7 pm, local musicians, entertainers and lecturers come to the historic Newark Valley Depot to offer free, family-friendly entertainment presented by the Newark Valley Historic Society. Featuring artists playing Jazz, Bluegrass, Dixie, Country and you favorite songs from different eras, this series has something for everyone throughout the summer. Check out their website for this year’s schedule.
Every Wednesday in July and August at 7 p.m., Tioga Arts Council brings a different local band to the band shell at Hickories Park. A variety of genres like Indie, Americana String, Country, Oldies, Rock & Roll and Big Band are represented throughout the season. This free, family-friendly event has ample parking. Bring your lawn chairs!
Add listing description here.
Pub Menu, Entrees, Specials and Live Music. On weekend nights, Punk’s Place presents DJ’s and live, local bands with a state-of-the-art sound system
Ransom Steele Tavern is Tioga County’s newest music venue and features live, local and regional music Wednesday through Saturday. With a state-of-the-art sound system, stage and dance floor, it is comfortably set up for crowds to enjoy the stacked line-up of bands. The name is a nod to the buildings first incarnation, “The Steele Hotel,” built by Ransom Steele in the 1830’s. Over the years, this historic building has housed the town’s first postmaster, a mercantile store, a hotel, a training facility for soldiers in the Civil War and a local watering hole. Today, it is a beautifully renovated, two-story, rustic bar and restaurant with the second floor open for a birds-eye view of the stage.
The Performing Arts Center is home to the Ti-Ahwaga Community Players, a local group of actors and theatre-lovers who have earned the distinction of being one of Upstate New York’s oldest, continuously-active community theatre groups. Each season, they produce and present five plays in the 156 seat cabaret-style performing arts center which boasts wonderful acoustics, a state-of-the-art sound system and light refreshments, including beer and wine, for sale. Ti-Ahwaga is dedicated to educating local youths and regularly cast young people from the area in their productions and offer student workshops.