The 2013 Eagleview Summer Concerts on the Square begins on June 4th from 7-9 pm! This year is the 13th year for the series and has become a weekly tradition for many people. Here are the artists scheduled to perform:
Leroy Justice | LeroyJustice.com
Graham Moseley Brown | GrahamMoseleyBrown.com
Spuyten Duyvil | SpuytenDuyvilMusic.com
The Holland Brothers | ReverbNation.com/TheHollandBros
The Lawsuits | TheLawsuitsBand.com
The Rivers Rockabilly Trio | TheRiversOnline.com
Craig Bickhardt & Ronstadt Generations | CraigBickhardt.com | MJRonstadt.com
The Carper Family | CarperFamilyBand.com
No Concert Held | 4th of July Holiday
Brother Joscephus | BrotherJoscephus.com
Manatawny Creek Ramblers | ManatawnyCreekRamblers.com
Buffalo Killers | BuffaloKillers.com
Graham Alexander | Graham-Alexander.net
Eric Steckel | EricSteckel.com
Brian Flanagan | MySpace.com/BrianFlanagan
Incendio | IncendioBand.com
Trevor Gordon Hall | TrevorGordonHall.com
August 6 – Family Night!
School of Rock | Downingtown.SchoolOfRock.com
Robbie Schaefer | RobbieSchaefer.com
August 13 – Folk Fest Preview!
Ryan Tennis & The Clubhouse Band | RyanTennisMusic.com
Frank Fairfield | FrankFairfield.BandCamp.com
Del Barber | DelBarber.com
John Francis | JohnFrancisMusic.com
Travel Lanes | Facebook.com/TravelLanes
Baskery | Baskery.com
August 27 – Finale! Fireworks to Follow!
Entrain | Playing 7-8:30pm! | Entrain.com
Rain date is Thursday, August 29th from 7-8:30pm
If you aren’t a Town Center concert veteran, here’s a rundown of information to make your experience the best it can be!
A Can of Food for Your Ticket
While no admission is charged to attend the concerts, we hope that you will bring a canned food item to each performance to support our fight against hunger. Food donations will benefit the Chester County Food Bank.
Pretzel and T-shirt sale proceeds as well as cash donations will continue to benefit the featured weekly charities throughout the summer concert season.
General Concert Info
A concert will be held every Tuesday night from June to August from 7-9 pm (except July 2nd for the 4th of July holiday). Typically, the opening band plays a 45 minute set, then the headlining band sets up and plays for an hour until 9 pm.
For directions to the concert, enter Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341.
From Route 100 North, go past Exit 312 of the PA Turnpike on your right & go less than 1/4 mile to the first light. Immediately north of this light, bear right onto a jug handle for Eagleview Blvd. Crossover Route 100, and follow Eagleview Blvd into “Eagleview”. Make a right onto Pennsylvania Drive. Make a left onto Rice Blvd. Make a left onto Wellington Square to parking.
Parking is available in the lots between the Wellington Square businesses and the YMCA. When the lots are full, fire police will close them and direct traffic to additional lots. Handicapped parking can be accessed from Rice Blvd or Wharton Blvd – please drive up to the orange cones with your handicap badge displayed and the event staff will let you through. Wellington Condominium residents should also follow this method for access to the Wellington building. Please refer to the map below for more information.
You are encouraged to bring a blanket or portable chairs to the concerts.
Each act usually has merchandise for sale at a table on the left rear of the stage. The Hankin Group has a table on the right rear of the stage where you can purchase concert t-shirts, pretzels and donate to the weekly charity. Alex’s Lemonade Stand has a table to the righthand side of the circle in front of the stage where you can buy 50/50 raffle tickets, lemonade and other tasty treats.
Alcohol is permitted at the Town Center concerts for those over the age of 21. However, alcohol purchased at the Brickside Grille must stay within the restaurant’s boundries (you cannot cross over the street to the concert side with an open container).
Town Center Rules
- Bikes and scooters are not permitted on the pathways in Eagleview Town Center. Please ride them only on the streets around Town Center.
- Please keep children out of ponds/fountains and not walking on any raised ledges.
- Please pick up after your dogs.
- Overall, please be respectful to the environment.
There are on-duty police officers and EMTs at every concert. The police patrol the entire of the concert venue and the EMTs are generally located in front of the Wellington Condominium building.