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Television - Local Programs

Pennsylvania Polka 

Saturdays at 8pm on WVIA-TV
Weekdays at 5pm on WVIA-TV

Polka is one of Pennsylvania's favorite past times. Your public television studios shows only the best in fun and entertainment with Pennsylvania Polka.

WVIA travels around northeastern Pennsylvania searching every fair ground and every beautiful Pennsylvania Mountain for the best of polka music and dancing. We also feature the best in live polka bands. In keeping with our commitment to northeastern Pennsylvania we choose to preserve the best in regional music that viewer's can't get anywhere else. This commitment is music for all of our viewer's ears. Northeastern Pennsylvanians continue to be interested in something a little more fun with a little more excitement.

SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY TO WVIA MEMBERS

Pennsylvania Polka Tapings at the Keystone Grand Ball Room at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in Wilkes-Barre, PA

Saturday, June 28, 2014

To attend and participate you must be a WVIA Member in good standing, which at the minimum is the $40 membership level. WVIA Membership allows you to attend all 3 tapings, plus any others we have during the year.

Show Times & Bands

  • 3pm taping - John Stevens Double Shot
  • 5:30pm taping - Mom Valley Audio Push
  • 8pm Live Show - RBO Band

Please Note:
- Only 100 Dancers for each show
- Food & Beverages for a cost

If you would like to reserve a space or have questions please contact Ginny Fredmonski at (570) 602-1134 or ginnyfredmonski@wvia.org

Pennsylvania Polka Air Schedule

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