The former Live frontman will bring his I Alone acoustic tour to the area for a 7:30 p.m. show. Tickets are $29.
One of the founding members of Live, which cranked out several hits in the 90s and early 2000s, Kowalczyk is a 1989 graduate of William Penn Senior High School.
In 2009, Kowalczyk talked with FlipSide about growing up in York, forming Live and the band's two decades of success.
"We started when we were 13," he said. "That definitely lent itself to a solid foundation."
If you go
What: Ed Kowalczyk, founding member and former lead singer of Live
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Where: Penn State Pullo Family Performing Arts Center, 1031 Edgecomb Ave., Spring Garden Township
The Ed Kowalczyk file
New EP: Ed Kowalczyk is releasing a new EP, "The Garden" on Nov. 19.
Charity: Kowalczyk partners with World Vision, a Christian charity, to bring safe water to children and families in Zambia. Learn more, or donate, by visiting, edkowalczyk.com.
Interview: Read a full interview withKowalczyk.
Kingsfoil to open
York County band Kingsfoil will open for Kowalczyk.
To read about the band, how former "Malcolm in the Middle" star Frankie Muniz joined it, and
to keep up with the group, visit flipsidepa.com.
The Rest of the Band
The other original members of the band - Patrick Dahlheimer, Chad Gracey and Chad Taylor - added Chris Shinn, formerly of Unified Theory, and continue to tour as Live.
They are also involved in redevelopment projects in and around York through Think Loud Development.
Kowalczyk is also embroiled with his former bandmates in a legal battles.
To keep up with Kowalczyk and the current members of Live, check out www.flipsidepa.com/live.