The eclectic combination of music, history tours, fire truck rides, restaurants, circus performances, face painters, stilt walker, live petting zoo and pony rides creates the ultimate day of fun, food and music.
The Holy Child School at Rosemont is this year’s sponsor for the “Main Stage” with performances beginning at 9 a.m. Featured talent includes Wolf Performing Arts Center, Willson Vocal Academy, Cool Bean Music and Blues Uprising. The Shipley Singers, Baldwin B-Flats and the Agnes Irwin School Chorus showcase our younger talent.
- Willson Vocal Academy is the premier center for vocal studies on the Main Line. Their classes include musical theater, opera, jazz, country, pop and R&B. Each summer, the Academy runs their popular Vocal Boot Camp.
- Cool Beans Music will have any child (and adult) dancing to classic kids’ tunes and original material. Be sure to leave space for their Whale Tale song.
- Blues Uprising is a local three-piece electric band playing an eclectic mix of traditional blues, rock and Americana/roots music. This classic “Power Trio” format (guitar, bass and drums) gives the music the streamlined and gritty edge it deserves. Expect to hear some original compositions from the band’s record “Too Many Days.” Blues Uprising’s energy, passion and commitment to the music, coupled with the timeless appeal of the Blues, are sure to entertain any audience. Help keep the Blues alive!
- Local schools performing include the Agnes Irwin School’s Bel Cantos, the Shipley School Singers and the Baldwin School’s B-Flats. The B-Flats are one of two a cappella groups at The Baldwin School. The Shipley Singers is an a cappella group that is the premier vocal ensemble of the Shipley School. The Bel Cantos is a group of elite vocalists at the Agnes Irwin School.
- “Give and Take” Little Circus, features clowns, jugglers and aerial acrobatics. This little circus is so popular with our audience that they will perform twice during the event.
- Wolf Performing Arts Center has been dedicated to enriching the lives of young people through learning, experiencing and creating theatre since 2005. Young performers of all abilities are invited to join us for a full theatrical experience.
- At the heart of Bryn Mawr Day is the Bryn Mawr 100; institutions that have been in Bryn Mawr for at least 100 years. Attendees can hop on a timed, ticketed historical tour with Bobbie McElroy, Secretary of the Lower Merion Historical Society, to learn about the town history. History tours are repeated throughout the morning and afternoon and are sponsored by The Bryn Mawr Rotary Club.
- Kids will enjoy face painting, age-appropriate activities, a petting zoo and pony rides.
For a complete listing of all scheduled entertainment, please visit www.BrynMawrDay.com.