Northeastern Pennsylvania bands A Social State, Esta Coda, Young At Heart and Katie Kelly & the Charming Beards will perform at The Vintage’s fifth anniversary show on Friday, Jan. 17. The all-ages show, co-produced by The Vintage and Highway 81 Revisited, is being presented as a thank you to the public for five years of support of the The Vintage (326 Spruce St., Scranton).
Doors open at 7 p.m. and music starts at 7:30 p.m.
Scranton’s A Social State, founded in 2009, features former members of NEPA bands Livingston and Losing Caufield, both of which were fixtures on the area all-ages scene. The band recently finished recording its debut album.
Esta Coda, also based in Scranton, features Daniel Rosler from area band A Fire With Friends. They are expected to release their debut EP in early 2014.
Young At Heart, founded in 2008 in Scranton, has performed with bands like New Found Glory, Title Fight and Four Year Strong. They released their debut album in September of 2013.
Katie Kelly & the Charming Beards, based in Wilkes-Barre, was formed by Kelly, a former member of Ashes For Trees. The band was recently chosen as Highway 81 Revisited’s first On The Rise artist.