On Saturday, August 27 from noon until 9 p.m., WXPN will host the 10th Annual Haverford Township Music Festival.
The Blues Hall of Fame guitarist/singer Joe Louis Walker, the alternative rock pioneers The Bongos from Hoboken, New Jersey, performing in a rare reunion event, and the up-and-coming blues/rock guitarist/singer Debra Devi will be the night’s headliners.
On stages located behind and in front of the Oakmont School Building at 50 E. Eagle Road, Havertown, and thirteen other performers will provide support.
East Hathaway Lane will be lined with booths from local businesses and vendors. A selection of food trucks, an official beer and wine garden sponsored by City Winery Philadelphia, and exciting events for kids will make for a full day of family-friendly late-summer entertainment. The full lineup of performers is as follows:
Performances at the Oakmont Field Stage, located behind the Oakmont School Building, will include: Blues/pop singer/guitarist Jared Feinman at 12pm; At 12:45, instrumental rock band I Think Like Midnight,
at 1:30, Speeding Arrow; at 2:15, Sharing Contest; and at 3:15, emo-ish indie rock; Debra Devi, up-and-coming blues/rock singer-guitarist, at 5 p.m. Ikechi Onyenaka, jazz, funk, fusion,
R&B, neo-soul, and hip hop, at 4 p.m. At 6, the critically regarded Hoboken, NJ, the alt-rock band The Bongos will take the stage, followed by Blues Hall of Fame singer-guitarist Joe Louis Walker at 7.
The indie/folk duo AFTYN will be performing on the Eagle Road Stage in front of the Oakmont School Building; Performing at 12:45 p.m. is Dan Ascanio,
a pop/rock singer-songwriter; at 1:30 p.m., GHT, a rock band from Havertown; at 2:15 p.m., Rasan In The Heyday, a band that plays pop, punk, and grunge; at 3 p.m., Bristoltooth, a band that plays rock ranging from delicate to dynamic; at 3:45 p.m.
All proceeds from the Haverford Township Music Festival come from generous sponsors and kind attendees. Contributions to the festival’s operating budget, made on a purely voluntary basis, would be gratefully acknowledged and sincerely appreciated.
Unfortunately we are unable to put on a live festival in 2020, but we’re thrilled to present a video retrospective you can view on our FaceBook and YouTube Channels. We will reveal our three 2021 headlining artists we’ve already booked for our 10TH ANNIVERSARY 09/ 11/2021! pic.twitter.com/GDqJBnhC2Y
— HaverfordMusicFest (@HavMusicFest) September 12, 2020
In fact, it’s the only official Haverford Music Festival planned for 2022 and the first one since 2019’s, which was fronted by Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams.
Moreover, no other festival in Haverford Township can boast the same level of continuity in presenting both regional heavyweights and international superstars as this one.
Haverford Township Education, Arts & Music Society, a non-profit organization is solely responsible for its production. The Festival is open to everybody, regardless of whether or not they live in Haverford Township. TheActiveNews.Com is where you should go each day to get the most recent information. Please use the comment section below for any further questions.