Bristol Riverside Theatre (BRT) (120 Radcliffe Street, Bristol) presents a lineup of contemporary favorites and tribute artists taking the stage for the William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest 2023.
The multiday kaleidoscope of singers performing decades of iconic standards continues with Forever Motown (July 12-16) and The Caribbean Chillers (July 26-30). Local Bands Night presents three acts local to the Philadelphia area (August 5), Funkadrill’s Mandrills Experience (August 18-19), and The Four C Notes (August 23-27) to close out the summer series on the mainstage. Roots and Boots, featuring Aaron Tippin, Collin Raye, and Sammy Kershaw, lights up the Bristol Township outdoor amphitheater (2501 Bath Road) on Thursday, July 20, followed by The Hit Men on Friday, August 11.
“Summer is all about listening to great music while sipping a cool drink, whether that’s in the air conditioning in our intimate 300-seat theatre or on the lawn outside at the 4,000-seat Amphitheatre, and we’re thrilled to be presenting the third annual William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest in Bristol!” said BRT Co-Producing Director Amy Kaissar. “Whether you like country, Motown, or pure rock, we’ve got you covered all summer long.”
With shows expected to sell quickly, patrons are encouraged to see showtimes and purchase advance tickets. Tickets are now on sale, starting at $50 general admission for indoor shows and $39 for outdoor shows.
Premium tickets for outdoor shows include seating in front of the stage with chairs. Outdoor general admission attendees are invited to bring their own chairs and blankets.
For tickets, please visit brtstage.org or call 215-785-0100.
PHOTO CAP: Pictured is the ensemble for “Forever Motown” which runs July 12-16.