In need of live music this weekend? Here are a few can’t-miss shows in the Poconos to get you through this weekend and beyond.

Young Lion will “be Jammin” this Saturday for the next installment of the Sherman Theater’s “Concerts on the Creek” summer series. Young Lion has been playing the best of Bob Marley in the Poconos since 2016. Chris Condel and Lion Sanford were George’s bandmates, and Jamie Zaleski (of the Southside Bandits) fronted the band for most of the tribute night. They decided to keep working together, and have since added a few more members including Brian Green on rhythm/lead guitar and Howard “Chinna” Chang on Percussion/Hand Drums to round out their sound.

Young Lion’s blend of roots, rock, and reggae is accomplished by the different playing styles and experience of its members. Their live performances include improvisation on their songs to provide listeners with a fresh experience every time you hear them perform.

The outdoor show, at ESSA Bank Park, 200 Palmer Street, Stroudsburg, starts at 7 p.m., Saturday. Go to for more info or to purchase tickets.

Local legend Cody Sarisky teamed up with Pete Wilson to form the classic rock duo “Me and Him.” The pair plays acoustic versions of the biggest hits.
Me and Him is headed to East Stroudsburg to play a free show at Dansbury Depot’s “Music on Mondays” summer concert series. Be sure to bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy the duo’s set. Show starts at 7 p.m., Monday.

The Lost Ramblers will take the Shawnee stage on Tuesday for another installment of the resort’s community concert series.

The Lost Ramblers are a string band, specializing in bluegrass, old time music and much more. They can be found playing at nearly every kind of event as a 3-, 4- or 5-piece band.

The Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort hosts community concerts as a gift to the community, and recommends concert goers bring their own blanket or chair, as well as practice 6 feet social distancing, during the performance. The show goes on, rain or shine. Concerts are free, but donations to the artists are greatly appreciated.

Community concerts are Shawnee’s gift to the community. Please bring your own blanket or chair and practice 6 feet social distancing during the performance. Concerts are rain or shine. Donations to the artist are greatly appreciated.

The show begins at 7 p.m., Tuesday, on the Grand Lawn. For a full calendar of events at Shawnee, go to

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