International jazz superstar Diana Krall arrives in Bethlehem tonight to perform at the Sands Bethlehem Event Center at 8.
The award-winning, multi-platinum selling singer and pianist and wife of rock n’ roll hero Elvis Costello continues to tour in support of her 2012 genre-bending record “Glad Rag Doll.”
Tickets are from $65 to $89.50.
Here’s what else is happening in Bethlehem today:
- The Bethlehem Health Bureau offers a flu shot clinic at Lutheran Manor, 2085 Westgate Drive, from 9 to 11 a.m. Inoculations are $10 each for all city residents.
- The Bethlehem Planning Commission will be looking at a couple of land development plans for Phase 5 of Lehigh Valley Industrial Park VII, which is inside the former Bethlehem Steel property. Also, it will be looking at a new park and ride lot and bus terminal for Trans-Bridge at 3156 City Line Place, which would appear to be an expansion for the bus company’s existing home offices on Industrial Drive in West Bethlehem. The session starts at 4 p.m. in Town Hall.
- Easton's own Alex House is the performer at ArtsQuest’s “Two Laugh Minimum” show at 8 p.m. at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema at SteelStacks. She is a two-time winner in the Bud Light's Ladies Of Laughter Comedy Contest and has participated in the Toyota Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival and the Arizona Women's Funny Fest. She has also been on ABC's "The View" twice in the course of two weeks and was one of the East Coast Semi-finalists chosen out of thousands of comics on NBC's "Last Comic Standing.” Tickets are $10, less for students, seniors and ArtsQuest members.
- The voice of rising star Sarah McQuaid—tonight at Godfrey Daniels—has been likened to malt whiskey, melted chocolate and "honey poured into wine.” A captivating performer, she seduces her audience with cheeky banter and stories from the road, as well as with stunning musicianship. Her musical output reflects her own eclectic background: Sarah was born in Spain, raised in Chicago, holds dual U.S. and Irish citizenship, and now lives in rural England. Refusing to be pigeonholed, she spans the genres with both her originals and her interpretations of material from around the globe and down the centuries. The show starts at 8 p.m. Admission is $16.50. Reservations are recommended.