Howl at the Moon Dueling Pianos Comes to Valley Forge Casino Resort
Howl at the Moon brings the dueling piano experience to Philadelphia’s suburbs starting this week and for every Saturday at Valley Forge Casino Resort (1160 First Avenue) and The Vault nightclub. Get ready to sing, dance and howl as the versatile and talented musicians perform live music from 80’s rock, 90’s pop and today’s dance hits on pianos. Doors open at 8:00pm and the live show from 9pm to 12:30am. The party continues at The Vault until 2am. Admission is free and open to those 21 and up only.
“Howl at the Moon dueling pianos at the Vault is the perfect complement to the entertainment experience we strive to provide every day at Valley Forge Casino Resort.” said VFCR Chief Marketing Officer Jennifer Galle. “It’s the next evolution of nightlife to add to our diverse mix of dining, live concerts and comedy shows, hotel and all the action and excitement of the casino.”
Howl at the Moon is a high-energy, interactive music experience that’s been a nightlife staple in cities across the country, from Boston to Chicago, as well as on Norwegian Cruise Line ships Epic and Breakaway. Philadelphia is home to Howl at the Moon in Center City on 15th Street. “Instead of driving into the city, we’re bringing the same great interactive party to the Mainline,” added Galle. Or if you want to do something different head out of the City and enjoy Howl at the Moon at VFC.
As the musicians ‘tickle the ivories,’ look for a new food and drink menu to debut for Howl at the Moon at The Vault. Drinks will include six varieties of frozen margaritas, themed shots, signature cocktails and craft beer bottles/cans. Drinks will all be priced under $10.00. From the kitchen, look for a new menu of street bites and bar favorites, including carnitas street tacos, triple grilled cheese, braided soft pretzels and more. All food will be priced between $3.00 and $8.00. Happy Hour will take place every week from 8:00pm to 10:00pm and include $3.00 Bud and Bud Light, $4 Triple Olives Vodka and $5.00 House Wine. VIP booth and bottle service will also be available weekly.
Thank to PhillyChitChat’s Andre Flewellen for shooting this event. i was at the Lemon Ball. Check out Philly Mag today for those pixs.