Announcing new music events in Berwick, Pa.
Inspired by The Exchange's Listening Rooms, the premier of the Coffeehouse Series at Anomaly Craft Brewing, 135 West Front Street, will take place on Wednesday, February 8th, 2023, with BRET ALEXANDER performing.
Sponsored by the Berwick Arts Association, with booking and sound by The Exchange, the Coffeehouse Series will feature regional, national, and international musicians in this intimate venue at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of every month.
Previously known as A Perfect Blend, Anomaly Brewing has added craft beer to the same great food and same great family.
You won’t find better music or a better place to see it live!
February 8th: BRET ALEXANDER
March 8th: THE CLARENCE SPADY BAND
April 12th: DAVE KEYES
May 10th: DEB CALLAHAN BAND
June 14th: PHYLLIS HOPKINS TRIO
with info on more monthly concerts to come, including
September 13th: CLAUDE BOURBON
October 11th: HARPER
November 8th: BROOKS WILLIAMS
Call 570-317-2596 or e-mail Exchange@ExchangeArts.org for more information.
As part of its mission to bring the arts to all communities throughout our region, The Exchange has entered into an agreement with the Berwick Arts Association to produce a monthly Blues/Americana/Roots Coffeehouse Series to take place at Anomaly Craft Brewing at 135 West Front Street in Berwick, Pennsylvania.
On the second Wednesday of every month, from 7:00 to between 8:30 and 9:00 p.m., the musicians perform in Anomaly's intimate space (formerly A Perfect Blend), up close and personal. We feature a range of acts – solo artists and small bands, acoustic and electric – in an atmosphere conducive to enjoying and experiencing the music: just a few dozen concertgoers, the musician(s), and the music.
Many other regional venues host Blues music, most of them bars and restaurants, and regional festivals – Briggs Farm and Billtown – draw many thousands of attendees annually; The Exchange's Listening Room offers a unique opportunity for music lovers: all of the advantages of a private house concert, where every attendee can talk with the musicians, where attendees and musicians share the music in a way only possible in such a small venue, but open to the public. Now we have undertaken a similar project in Berwick, the next town up the Susquehanna River. We look forward to seeing you at both venues!
For more information about the Exchange, contact us at 570-317-2596 or firstname.lastname@example.org.