Saturday marks round two for the Haverford Music Festival.
Last year's festival drew an estimate of crowds of 5,000 during the eight hours, said festival director Tom Kelly in a Patch article. The 2011 event also raised near $5,000 in funds to be put toward township funcitons.
This year's event features 30 lives bands on three stages -- including the melodies of Blackthorn and John Flynn. There will also be a beer garden, food and art vendors, kids activities and a raffle.
The festival starts at noon and ends at 9:30 p.m. at Eagle and Darby Road in Havertown.
For more information, see the festival's website.