Take a Musical Journey At Summer Music Fest

Take a Musical Journey At Summer Music Fest

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A NOSTALGIC LINEUP: Peter Noone and Herman’s Hermits, the 1960s British band, are among the performers at a festival in Bristol, Pa., this summer.

Bristol Riverside Theatre’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest is returning to the Bristol Township Amphitheater with a lineup that will take audiences on a musical journey through the decades.

The second annual summer concert series will feature performances from The Commodores (July 15), Russell Thompkins, Jr. and The New Stylistics with special guest Eddie Holman (July 16), Indigo Girls (August 25), ’70s Flashback (August 26), and culminating with Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone (September 9 and 10).

The recently-opened outdoor amphitheater seats 4,000 people and has expanded its offerings for this year’s festival to sell beer, wine, and other concessions, plus new premium seating. Tickets are $35-$75. Premium admission includes seating in front of the stage with chairs. General admission attendees are invited to bring their own chairs and blankets.

The theater is at 2501 Bath Road in Bristol, Pa. Visit brtstage.org for more information.

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