A new week brings a brand new lineup of awesome live music, hilarious comedy, and wonderful live theater right here in Montgomery County. Check out some of our favorite events happening this week, below!

Featured Event

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September 7
Steel River Playhouse

The London Affair, A Masquerade!
Steel River Playhouse cordially invites you to join us for an evening celebrating the extraordinary work we are doing and our commitment to providing world class theater!

Dress: Black Tie Optional

Select an attendee option and give support to your nonprofit community theater!

• Friend of the Arts •
includes VIP Cocktail Hour (6-7 pm), VIP Dinner for One (7-8 pm) and
After Dinner Party (8-11 pm) … $250


September 4
The Mann Center for the Performing Arts

Vampire Weekend released the songs “Harmony Hall” and “2021" from their upcoming fourth album, Father of the Bride, to an ecstatic critical reaction including:

“Sprawls out with lush symphonies, communal vibes aplenty”—Billboard

“Wraps misgivings in three-chord elation”—The New York Times (Playlist lead)

“Buoyant, filled with the kind of sunlit energy created when throwing open the shutters.” —Pitchfork

“A swooning tune packed with kind vibes” —Rolling Stone

“A vibrant romp that seamlessly blends folksy fingerstyle guitar, ’90s rave music, a gospel choir, baroque piano, and the Grateful Dead… it’s absolutely delightful”—Stereogum

Father of the Bride 
will be released spring 2019 on Columbia Records.

Vampire Weekend was released January 29th, 2008 by XL, and debuted at #17 on the Billboard Top 200 charts. In addition to being newly certified Platinum in the U.S., the album has previously been certified Platinum by the BPI in the UK, and Gold by Music Canada and ARIA in Australia.

The first band to grace the cover of SPIN magazine before an album was even released, Koenig, Baio, Tomson and former member Rostam Batmanglij met in 2005 at Columbia University in New York City.  “Even without an album, Vampire Weekend has made one of the year’s most impressive debuts,” said The New York Times of the band’s earliest recordings.


August 28 - October 4
Montgomery County Community College

MCCC to host MamaCITA: A Mother's Cooperative in the Arts exhibition

Montgomery County Community College will host an exhibition, "Marginalized," by the artists' group, MamaCITA (A Mother's Cooperative in the Arts), from August 28 to October 4 at the Fine Arts Center Gallery, Central Campus, 340 DeKalb Pike, Blue Bell.

The meet-the-artists reception for MamaCITA: A Mother's Cooperative in the Arts will be held Wednesday, September 11, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Gallery. Both the exhibition and the reception are free and open to the community.

MamaCITA is a community of professional artists who are all mothers, with a goal to support each member in reaching her artistic potential. The artists work in a variety of media including oil, photography, fabric, and sculpture. The group maintains a membership of approximately 20 in the Philadelphia area with auxiliary groups in the Mid-Atlantic and New England regions.

Live Performances



August 28 - September 22
Act II Playhouse, Ltd.

A hilarious satire of small town life. Two actors, twenty characters, and a barrel of laughs, y’all.
"Howlingly funny." -Variety


Exhibition runs July 2 to October 6
Berman Museum of Art

The Philip and Muriel Berman Museum of Art at Ursinus College presents Science Fiction from July 2 to October 6. Curated by Ginger Gregg Duggan and Judith Hoos Fox, Science Fiction features the work of 12 international artists who were all born in the 1960s and 1970s, when the line between science and fiction seemed to blur in unprecedented ways.


August 30
Valley Forge Casino Resort

ANTHONY RODIA is a first-generation Italian comedian born and raised in Westchester NY. He has always had a way of turning any situation into comedy! Using Social Media as his platform, Anthony has exploded onto the Comedy scene out of nowhere, making quite a name for himself and building a large fan base. He is known for his hilarious skits, song parodies, And his weekly "Road Rage Wednesday" using his popular character "Uncle Vinny.” Anthony has sold out shows at White Plains Performing Arts Center ( 4 consecutive times), Williamson Theatre College of Staten Island, Governors Comedy Club (Bellmore & Levittown), and the Middletown Theater.

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