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The Wallace Brothers Band – Apr 19th19Apr 2014- 8:00pm -
The Wallace Brothers Band are putting the ‘South’ back into South Philadelphia. Two twin brothers, Zachary and Colby Wallace and their Vietnamese cohort, Khoa ‘Lucky’ Pham are not who you might expect to be writing and performing songs about sleeping in a car, being broke and happy, love so strong it hurts, traveling the world, and spending the night in the pen, but the band sure enough does live the life they sing about. Their wanderlust and love of all forms of music can be heard in their music and lyrics. Formed in 2007 through serendipitous circumstances, The Wallace Brothers Band performs roughly 200 shows per year and are equally as capable crooning in bar rooms as they are headlining festivals.
Robert Bobby Duo – Apr 25th25Apr 2014- 8:00pm -
Robert Bobby was born in Philadelphia and grew up in the suburb of Newtown Square. As a young teenager, his brother introduced him to the music of Bob Dylan and that was his doorway into his own musical adventure. In high school he often frequented The Main Point folk club, getting to hear people like Dave Van Ronk, Chris Smither, Tom Rush, Tim Buckley, Steve Goodman, Muddy Waters and many more.
Girls, Guns and Glory – Apr 26th26Apr 2014- 8:00pm -
For the past eight years, Boston’s rising stars Girls Guns and Glory have been making a name for themselves through relentless touring (about 200 gigs a year worldwide), the release of four critically acclaimed records, a slew of local awards, including being the Boston Music Awards first act of its genre to win Act of the Year, and international awards (Independent Artist of the Year at the French Country Music Awards). And, now, the hard-working band is refining their focus to the roots of rock ‘n’ roll with a twist of country on their fifth album, “Good Luck,” due on February 4, 2014 on Lonesome Day Records.
Thrillbillies – May 2nd02May 2014- 8:00pm -
The ThrillBillies, came together by chance meeting at an open mic about five or so years ago, and really never intended to be a band. However, people started asking about booking for private events and somehow we were formed into “The ThrillBillies”. view details
Traces of Eden – May 3rd03May 2014- 8:00pm -
Traces of Eden is a Modern Country Crossover Band based in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
What do we mean by Crossover? We perform pretty much everything. Our influences come from Modern Country, Rock, Classic Rock, Heavy Metal, Gospel, Blues, Soul, Pop etc. If its good music, and we sound great doing it, we do it!
What’s On Tap?
Guinness - $4
Sam Adams Coldsnap - $4
Star Hill The Love - $4
Troegs Perpetual IPA - $4
7 Gates Pale Ale - $4
Sam Adams Rebel IPA - $4
American Hero Evil Genius Chocolate Stout - $4
Yuengling Lager - $2.50
Bud Light - $2.50
Coors Light - $2.50
Miller Lite - $2.50
TAKE HOME A BBT PINT GLASS FOR $2.00!!
- Apr 17, 2014
Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fundraiser 2014 – Trivia Night
On Friday, May 16th the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Trivia Night will be held at the Burning Bridge Tavern, upstairs in the Loft. Doors open at 6PM, with a $25 dollar entry fee per person.
- Doors Open at 6PM
- Trivia 7 – 10PM
- Chinese Auction – 6 – 10PM
Teams of 4-6 people, single players are also welcome!
Prizes for the top 3 teams!
Tickets are also on sale at The Burning Bridge Tavern!
- Entry to trivia game
- Unlimited buffet of wings, pulled pork, mac & cheese, salads, drinks
- Door prizes!
100% of net proceeds donated to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Due to river conditions, the Polar Bear Plunge is postponed until Saturday, March 1st – same time and location.
Special Olympics of Pennsylvania’s Polar Plunge is back for 2014 and invites you to be a fan of fun! Come on down to the Susquehanna Waterfront on March 1st to show your support for a good cause and finish it off at the Burning Bridge with some great food specials and $1 Coors Light Drafts!
Be a fan of fun at the 2014 Polar Bear Plunge! Dip your toe (or more) into the Susquehanna River to raise money for Special Olympics York County! Plunge participants set a fundraising goal and get pledges from family, friends and colleagues in support of their “freezin’ for a reason.” The York Polar Plunge benefits nearly 300 Special Olympics athletes of York County.
The plunge will now be held on Saturday, February 15th at the John Wright Building in Wrightsville, PA. So dare to Plunge! To check out all the latest information please visit the Special Olympics York County Polar Bear Plunge website.
Date: Saturday, March 1st, 2014
Schedule for the day:
9:30am – 11:30am Registration/Sign-in
10:00am Opening Ceremonies
10:45am Costume Parade/Contest
11:15am Chicken Dance
11:30am Golden Plunger Awards
11:45am Plungers assemble in waves
12:00pm Plunge Begins!
Burning Bridge Specials
12pm-6pm $1 Coors Light Drafts & Food Specials