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Your Guide to Summer Concerts and Festivals Around the Main Line

Get ready for warmer weather and good vibes with these concerts and festivals around the Main Line this summer.

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What better way to welcome summer than with live music? The Main Line region offers different concerts and festivals for residents to enjoy this season.

Concerts and Festivals

Bryn Mawr Twilight Concerts

9 S. Bryn Mawr Ave., Bryn Mawr 

KOP Town Center Summer Concert Series

155 Village Dr., King of Prussia

The bustling town center in King of Prussia hosts live entertainment now through fall on select dates. Like the Eagleview series below, all shows are free to attend. Each concert takes place on Thursdays from 6-8 p.m.

Eagleview Town Center Summer Concert Series

565 Wellington Sq., Exton

Music at Marshall – The Marshall Square Park Picnic Concerts

200 Marshall St., West Chester

Save the dates for live concerts at Marshall Square Park this year. Though announcements haven’t yet been made for all touring acts visiting Marshall Square, the first show will feature Brandywine Valley band Butterfoot on June 20.

Kimberton Park Summer Concert Series

2202 Kimberton Rd., Phoenixville

Beginning on June 20 with Middle Class, Kimberton Park will host its annual Summer Concert Series. Bring a blanket and a chair and enjoy the music while grooving to the beat. Live performances from The Fogg will continue on July 18 and wrap up with Vinyl Roots on August 15.

Summer Concert Series at Shire Pavilion at Wilson Farm Park

500 Lee Rd., Wayne

Enjoy a variety of music at this year’s Summer Concert Series at Shire Pavilion at Wilson Farm Park. All concerts will begin at 7 p.m. on select dates and are free to the public. Beginning June 20 with the Tim Williams Band and wrapping on September 5 with Where’s Pete, the Wilson Farm Park shows offer the perfect opportunity to catch live tunes and bask in the summer breeze.

Ardmore Rock N’ Ride – Main Line Bike Race & Music Festival

Schauffele Plz., and Suburban Square Courtyard, Ardmore

This one-of-a-kind music festival on August 11 brings Yellowman, Remember Jones, Octave Cat and Marielle Kraft to Schauffele Plaza and Suburban Square courtyard stages with headliner Rebirth Brass Band. Setting this festival apart is the morning bike race, which aims to raise funds for Narberth Ambulance, with a goal of $300,000. Help contribute to a great cause and catch rocking acts in the process.


Cavetown and Mother Mother at the Mann Center

Highmark Skyline Stage, Philadelphia
July 3

Twenty-three-year-old singer/songwriter Cavetown has been pumping out hits since he was just a teenager, but his reputation for meaningful, soul-searching wit and emotionality has brought his music across the globe. His latest album worm food is perhaps his most elaborately crafted album to date.

Mother Mother, out of British Columbia, is known for bringing high energy and a fast tempo to electrifying concerts. Its latest studio album, Grief Chapter, released to rave reviews on February 24.

Deer Tick at Ardmore Music Hall

Ardmore Music Hall, Ardmore
July 10

Deer Tick visits Ardmore on tour for its latest album, Emotional Contracts. This folk-rock act out of Providence, Rhode Island has rocked the stage for 20 years across America and the globe with hits like “Twenty Miles,” “Baltimore Blue No. 1” and “Art Isn’t Real (City of Sin).” With up-and-coming opening act Al Oleander, this can’t-miss show at the Main Line region’s biggest indoor venue is sure to get you hooked on two great artists.

Jackie Green at 118 North

118 North, Wayne
July 17

You might recognize his music from the Brokeback Mountain soundtrack, but Jackie Green is so much more than that. Chasing authentic human connection through art, Green searches for “spiritual balladry” and has found it in rootsy rock hits like “Honey I Been Thinking About You,” “Gone Wanderin'” and “Trust Somebody.”

Tate McRae’s Think Later Tour at the Mann Center

Highmark Skyline Stage, Philadelphia
August 14

Catch one of this generation’s biggest pop acts just off the Main Line this August. Her smash hits “you broke me first” and “greedy” brought this superstar to national acclaim with nominations for the Billboard Music Awards, an MTV VMA Award, a People’s Choice Award, four iHeartRadio Music Awards and nine JUNO Awards. With doors opening at 6:30 p.m. on August 14, this show is bound to sell out beforehand, so get your tickets while you can.

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