Come downtown next Thursday, September 5th for the final Swingin’ Summer Thursday festival of the season! Enjoy great food, live music, clowns, dancers, and more. The event is FREE for the whole family and will be taking place from 6:30-9:30pm! Rock-n-roll is the theme of this month’s event and Chaos Thompson and Blue Apple Groove will play between High & Matlack Streets. For more information on Swingin’ Summer Thursday visit http://www.downtownwestchester.com or click here.
THE LUKENS BAND at MARSHALL SQUARE PARK | Thursday, August 15, 2013
The Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation continue the Marshall Square Park Summer Concert Series starting at 6:30pm. Free for the entire family. Featured are sounds of The Lukens Band. Bring blankets or chairs and enjoy a community picnic. For more information click here.
COMMUNITY DAY at the MELTON CENTER | Sunday, August 18, 2013
The Charles A. Melton Arts & Education Center (501 East Miner St) presents Community Day from 10am to 8pm. Family activities include a scavenger hunt, live music, food, championship basketball, and a dessert competition. Click here for more information.
This Thursday, Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation presents the Marshall Square Park Summer Concert Series starting at 6:30pm and is free for the entire family! Featured is a special Billy Joel night with John Grecia. Bring blankets or chairs and enjoy a community picnic.
Also, if your into local music make sure to check out Turks Head Music Festival this Sunday. Over a dozen bands will share two stages at the 2013 Turks Head Music Festival. The day-long celebration of regional music will be held at Everhart Park starting at 11am. Up to 90 artists set up booths throughout the park to sell their high quality arts and crafts. Local food vendors will keep everyone well-fed. Presented by the Borough of West Chester’s Parks and Recreation Dept. Rain date: July 28. FREE for the whole family.
The Summer Concert Series Stage
Live music overlooking a picturesque pond, beneath the cooling trees and sparkling stars at Anson B. Nixon Park located right around the corner in Kennett Square! The park’s annual summer Concert Series kicks off June 19, and there’s plenty for everyone to love in the lineup. Enjoy a wide variety of local and regional bands all summer on the park stage. The concerts begin promptly at 7 p.m. and are always family friendly. Pets (on a leash) are welcome, too! Grab a lawn chair or blanket and pack a picnic or enjoy a light supper catered by a different local restaurant each week. La Michoacana Ice Cream will be on the scene with icy cold treats to cool you down. For more information on the concert series or to check out the lineup visit www.ansonbnixonpark.org or simply click here.
The Turks Head Music Festival is a daylong celebration of local music held at Everhart Park starting at 11am on Sunday, July 15. A dozen bands will share two stages performing all types of music. Up to 90 artists set up booths throughout the park to sell their high quality arts and crafts. Local food vendors will keep everyone well-fed. Presented by the Borough of West Chester’s Parks and Recreation Dept. Rain date: July 22. FREE for the whole family. Don’t miss this awesome event we hope to see you there!
The Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation presents the Marshall Square Park Summer Concert Series for 2012. The concert will be held on Thursday June 21st at 6:30pm. This is a great event that will be free for the entire family. A featured band of the event is the acoustic rock of BACK2LIFE! Don’t miss out on this great concert event happening just in time for summer so you know the weather will be rockin’ as well as the music!
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On July 29th The Stonehaven Minstrels perform starting at 6:30pm as part of a new concert series presenting music acts on the last Friday of the month through September at Historic Marshall Square Park (Marshal Ave & Matlack St). Offered by the Friends of West Chester Parks & Recreation. FREE for the entire family. Make sure to stop by and check it out!
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