En Vogue, Sheena Easton to perform at Mount Airy Casino Resort this summer

June 6, 2023
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Both shows will be part of the August line-up.

Pennsylvania’s Mount Airy Casino Resort will welcome two well-known acts during the month of August. Longtime R&B group En Vogue will take the stage August 5, and Sheena Easton will perform at the casino and resort’s event center on August 26.

The resort said it is excited to bring both acts to the stage as part of its summer line-up.

Mount Airy Casino Resort General Manager and COO Ben Koff commented further by saying, "Mount Airy Casino Resort is thrilled to welcome En Vogue and Sheena Easton to the Poconos.

"We have an exceptional lineup in store throughout the summer and early fall."

Music fans can purchase tickets to both shows through the casino’s website. Ticket sales for both events will begin June 13 at 11AM. Sheena Easton and En Vogue tickets will start at $35 and $55 respectively.

Mount Airy Casino Resort will celebrate its 15-year anniversary throughout the year. The destination has 1,700 slot machines, 80 table games and a sportsbook on the casino floor.

The casino resort recently donated truckloads of gently used bedding and linens to a local animal shelter. Mount Airy Casino Resort said that, because it often replaces sheets, pillowcases and comforters, this leads to an accumulation of gently used linens available for donation.

Used bedding and towels from the hotel industry have contributed to America’s landfills on an annual basis, to the tune of 17 million tons of textile waste, according to the latest figures.

The group’s donations have gone to help animals throughout the community.


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