The Plymouth Tavern Block Party w/ The Romantic Era and Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle

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Wednesday, June 24th, 2015 at 7:00 AM
The Plymouth Tavern Block Party w/ The Romantic Era and Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle by Alex Bieler
Photo Courtesy of The Plymouth Tavern

The Plymouth Tavern has been a staple in the Erie bar scene since it opened back in 1973, providing a location that gives its customers good, cold drinks, hot food, and a place that’s become a traditional hub to stop when hanging out on State Street. Essentially, the establishment gives the people what they want, so it’s appropriate that the Plymouth will host a pair of noteworthy Erie acts with deep fanbases for its Block Party Thursday, June 25.

High-energy pop group The Romantic Era and the rollicking blues rockers Ron Yarosz and the Vehicle will be on hand to entertain the State Street crowd. Even better, the Block Party will benefit the Autism Society of NWPA, so not only will the Plymouth give the people good music and refreshments, they’ll also help give to a good cause. – Alex Bieler

6 p.m. Thursday, June 25 // 1109 State St. // eriedowntown.com

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