Philly Pops: American Bandstand A Philadelphia Story
American Bandstand, produced in West Philadelphia from 1952-1964, set the tone for the first generation of teenagers. Michael Krajewski's original program celebrates the early years of American Bandstand before its move to LA. The program includes "At The Hop," "The Twist", and "Pretty Little Angel Eyes". It will also feature a tribute to Bobby Rydell, Frankie Avalon, and Fabian -- fee includes, motorcoach transportaion, lunch at The City Tavern and fantastic orchestra seating at the Kimmel Center. Two pick up locations for your convenience, OJRHS or West Goshen Park and Ride off of Paoli Pike exit, West Chester.
|Dates:||May 5, 2019|
|Number of Sessions:||1|
|Meets:||Su : 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM|
|Location:||OJR HS and West Goshen Park 'n Ride|
|Notes:||10:00 AM Depart OJRHS, 981 Ridge Road, Pottstown, PA 10:45 AM Depart West Goshen Park and Ride 12:00 Lunch at City Tavern , prepared by Chef Walter Staib, who is best known on his show "A Taste of History" which brings culinary cuisine to your table. Inspired by 18th Century colonial America, waitstaff dressed in period costumes. 2:30 PM Doors open at the Kimmel Center 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM Center Orchestra Seating -- Enjoy the show! 7:30 approx. arrival at West Goshen Park and Ride 8:00 PM approx. arrival at OJRHS Please select entree choice and email firstname.lastname@example.org 1. Chicken breast (lightly breaded w/ Bearnaise Sauce 2. Filet of Salmon (w/ Bearnaise Sauce) 3. Fried Tofu served with Linguini (veg. option) Entrees served with Tavern Country Salad with house vinaigrette, Mashed potatoes & Seasonal vegatables, Coffee, Hot Tea and Chef Selection of Dessert -- Cash Bar Available.|
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