Pennsylvania Hotel Reservations
Local happenings all across Pennsylvania
Local or visitor? Check out just a few of the popular events going on for the next few months in Pennsylvania. Find Best Western hotels convenient to most events.
The Poconos & Northeast PA Events
Camille A. Brown & Dancers
Visit the Miller Center for the Arts in Reading on February 27th for a live and thrilling performance from Camille A. Brown & Dancers. Keeping an eye on the past and the present, these dancers explore wide-ranging themes with theatrical and intense dance moves.
This spring, catch your favorite body-slamming, Pile-Driving, chair-swinging wrestlers when WWE Live hits Wilkes-Barre. Head to the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza on March 20th at 7 p.m. for this thrilling event.
A Night with Janis Joplin
What might just be the show of the spring in Reading, A Night with Janis Joplin is a can't-miss. Watch as Tony Award nominee Mary Bridget Davies guides you through this award-winning Broadway musical. It's all happening at the Santander Performing Arts Center.
The Three Tenors Starring Vic Dibitetto
Make it a night to remember on your next visit to PA – see the Three Tenors starring Vic Dibitetto perform live at the Scranton Cultural Center. Saturady, April 2nd you'll enjoy a night out – show begins at 8 p.m.
Pennsylvania Wilds Events
2016 Friday Night Live
Head over to the Clearfield Arts Studio Theatre in Clearfield on the first Friday of each month for a fun-filled open mic/variety show that's sure to please. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.
2016 Marilla Winter Trek
The Allegheny National Forest, near Bradford, hosts a fun-filled day of winter sports and snowy activities, like crosscountry skiing, ice skating, ice fishing, and more. Visitors can take shuttles to the top of Marilla Springs Trail or walk the Marilla Trails. Fun begins at noon.
2016 Restless Heart Country Superstars Live
Get your country on this spring at St. Marys High School in St. Marys, where a handful of exccellent musicians and artists will be performing their greatest tunes. The show begins at 7 p.m.
Philadelphia Metro Area Events
2016 Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest
Head over to Penn's Landing in Philadelphia this winter season as ice skating at Blue Cross RiverRink will be available each day.
Enjoy a night at the theatre when you visit Philadelphia. Head for the Walnut Street Theatre near downtown for a live performance of Harvey, the story of a man and his best friend ... who happens to be a 6-foot tall, invisible white rabbit.
Driving Miss Daisy
In Ambler, be sure to visit the Act II Playhouse on any Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday between March 2nd and 26th for a live rendition of Driving Miss Daisy. Show times vary, and tickets range from $25 to $31.
2016 Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival
A Japanese festival held at the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden in Philadelphia. The even features a week's worth of Japanese-themed events and activities, all centered around the pink cherry tree blossoms. Event times vary by day.
2016 Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts
For nearly an entire month, Philadelphia becomes a hub for modern art and culture. Don't miss galleries and special events at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts and the PIFA Street Fair. More details are TBA.
AC/DC Live in Concert
Don't miss your chance to see AC/DC perform live. Head for the Wells Fargo Center near downtown Philadelphia on April 1st. Show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets range from &75 to $140.
Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival
For the first time in the Northeastern U.S., the Chinese Lantern Festival is on full display. Held at Franklin Square for nearly two weeks, this festival celebrates light and culture with 25 large and illuminated flower sculptures.
Must See in Pennsylvania
Check out Pennsylvania's seven professional sports teams, as well as three Division I FBS college programs.Kick it! ►
Plan an adventure for Pittsburgh. From the sports, to the bridges, and local lakes - there's a wealth of activity waiting for you. Visit today.Explore the Steel City ►
PA's Capital Region
Find hotels in Pennsylvania's Capital Region cities like Harrisburg, Middletown, Carlisle, Mechanicsburg, and New Cumberland.Explore the Capital! ►
PA Dutch Country
Explore the countryside with a classic horse and buggy ride, experience a touch of the Amish life, and adventure through historic covered bridges.Explore Dutch Country ►
Cradle of Liberty
Visit Philadelphia, the birthplace of America, and explore legendary sites like Independence National Historical Park and the Liberty Bell Center.Discover Philadelphia ►
- Outdoor Pennsylvania
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Beautiful Downtown Pittsburgh
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