Two of York County's biggest acts will converge Friday at Penn State York's Pullo Family Performing Arts Center, 1031 Edgecomb Ave., Spring Garden Township.
Kingsfoil - the local rock group that recently added actor Frankie Muniz on drums - will open for former Live lead singer Ed Kowalczyk.
Chris Beaverson, director of sales and marketing for the Pullo Center, said the Kingsfoil set will also be acoustic. The setup does not include drums, so it's unclear if Muniz will be at the concert.
"For some shows, we have the ability to have local openers to draw local fans," Beaverson said. The Pullo Center has booked other local openers, including Mark DeRose and Darry Miller, for previous shows.
Since Kowalczyk didn't have an opener, Pullo Center management jumped at the chance to work with Kingsoil. Beaverson said the up-and-coming rock group has been on the venue's radar for months. Kowalczyk's management, he added, approved the addition to the show Monday, shortly after it was pitched by the Pullo Center.
Fans can expect Kingsfoil to take the stage around 7:30 p.m. Friday for a 45-minute set. Kowalczyk will follow. Beaverson said he expects a full house, but tickets -- priced at $29 -- are still available.
For details and tickets, call 717-505-8900 or visit thepullocenter.com.
Read more about Kowalczyk and Live at flipsidepa.com/live.
Read more about Kingsfoil here.