The Rock Revival presents Sister Hazel at Downtown Alive on July 19

Sister Hazel

(TRR) On July 19, The Rock Revival presents Sister Hazel at Downtown Alive in Reading, PA. The outdoor concert is free to the public and is part of Santander Arena’s summer concert series presented by Weidenhammer. The show will begin shortly after 5pm.

Downtown Alive consumes the 500 block of Penn Street in Downtown Reading. In addition to the concert, there will be plenty of food and beer vendors in addition to several nearby restaurants and bars that will be serving before, during and after the show.

Sister Hazel have been alternative rock mainstays for over 20 years. Their 1997 platinum-selling album …Somewhere More Familiar remains the crown jewel in their discography. The disc’s lead single “All For You” topped the adult alternative charts in the summer of ’97. It became the band’s biggest hit and one of the most popular songs of the decade. Sister Hazel’s latest effort Lighter In The Dark came out last year.

The Santander Arena and Santander Performing Arts Center are two of the premiere entertainment venues in the Northeastern United States. The intimate Performing Arts Center hosts intimate concerts, comedy acts, and more. The 8,000-seat arena has featured world-class acts like Elton John, Eric Church, Slipknot, Marc Anthony, Dave Chappelle, Ringo Starr, Hall & Oates, Van Halen, Alan Jackson, Avenged Sevenfold, Miranda Lambert, Jeff Foxworthy, Future, and many more.

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