This summer’s concert series is bigger and better than ever, with performances announced from The Commodores (July 15), Russell Thompkins, Jr. & The New Stylistics with special guest Eddie Holman (July 16), Indigo Girls (August 25), 70’s Flashback (August 26), and culminating with Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone (September 9-10).
“We’re building on the success from last year’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest with bigger and more recognizable acts,” said BRT Co-Producing Director Ken Kaissar. “Our goal is to welcome more people to the big party in the park at the Bristol Township Amphitheater. We’ll also be selling wine and beer at every concert, so you’ll be able to reconnect with this incredible music while relaxing with a few drinks under the summer stars. It’s going to be a huge summer-long party and everyone is invited!”
On top of the big-name acts, this year the festival will also expand by adding beer, wine and other concessions for sale, plus new premium seating for the ultimate concert experience.
Tickets start at $35 for general admission and $65 for premium admission. Premium admission includes seating in front of the stage with chairs.
General admission is bring your own chair and/or blanket. All shows will be held at Bristol Township’s outdoor amphitheater located at 2501 Bath Road. For more information, visit brtstage.org or call 215-785-0100.
PHOTO CAP: The Indigo Girls are one of the featured acts for Summer Music Fest.