Carrie Underwood’s show may have been best yet at Allentown’s PPL Center

 

Presented in the round, with a huge, rotating stage in the middle of the arena floor, with massive towers and walkways, lighting, display screens and pyrotechnics, packed to a near-sellout of about 10,000 people, it made PPL Center feel big — and big time.

Source: REVIEW: Carrie Underwood’s show may have been best yet at Allentown’s PPL Center – The Morning Call 

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