STORY WRITTEN BY BRIAN BINGAMAN
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Interactive dueling pianos shows can be found both on cruise ships and in city venues from Boston to Chicago to Philadelphia.
“Howl at the Moon,” which made its suburban debut Jan. 14 at The Vault nightclub and music venue at the Valley Forge Casino Resort, features a weekly rotating lineup of versatile piano duos performing an unpredictable assortment of ‘80s rock, ‘90s pop and today’s dance hits.
In a press release, Valley Forge Casino Resort Chief Marketing Officer Jennifer Galle called Howl at the Moon “the next evolution of nightlife to add to our diverse mix of dining, live concerts and comedy shows.”
This is every week?
Saturday nights from 9 to 12:30. Doors open at 8 p.m. and The Vault remains open until 2 a.m. Admission is free you must be at least 21.
Is it the same songs?
With Howl at the Moon, there is no set list. Just like an improv show, the audience helps select the songs and the musicians come prepared to whip out just about any song the audience requests — often with comic flair.
Is it like a cabaret show?
Performances will take place on the center stage at The Vault, with the audience up close and personal from three sides of the performers.
Can I bring my friends and have a drink and appetizers?
Sure. The drink menu includes six varieties of frozen margaritas, themed shots, signature cocktails and craft beer in bottles and cans. Drinks are priced under $10. From the kitchen, there’s carnitas street tacos, triple grilled cheese, braided soft pretzels and more. All food will be priced between $3-$8. There’s happy hour from 8 to 10 p.m. and VIP booth and bottle service will be available weekly.
This is in Valley Forge?
Valley Forge Casino Resort is at 1160 First Ave., Upper Merion.
How do I find out more about what’s going on at the casino?
Visit www.vfcasino.com, like them on Facebook and follow @VFCasinoResort on Twitter.