The free event at Eagle and Darby roads starts at noon and runs until 9:30 p.m. Saturday. While the event is free, $2 wristbands are available not only to help support the event but enter folks in drawings for raffle prizes donated by area businesses.
Here's what you can expect to see at the Haverford Music Festival on Saturday.
MusicThis year, there will be an assortment of 40 bands performing throughout the day. Of the bands performing on the four stages are Allman Brothers Tribute band Live At The Fillmore, Del's Groove, barbershop quartet the Havertones, Suzie Brown, Laura Mann and Maggie's Guitar.
For a complete schedule listing when and where which bands are playing check here.
VednorsThere will be around 50 vendors at the festival ranging from A to Z — literally. Vendors include Bob's Bake At Home Pizza, Chickie's and Pete's, Frozen Delights Inc., Havertown Library, Nineteen 19 Bar & Grill, Testa’s Bakery, Zac’s Hamburgers and many more.
Raffle PrizesThere will be $2 wristbands on sale that enter festival-goers into drawings, but tickets can also be purchased.
Here's a list of prizes:
- $25 gift certificate for Zac's Hamburgers
- iRadioPhilly-Franklin Institute SPY Exhibit — Family 4 Pack Tickets
- Sterling silver necklace from Faden's Jewelers
- $120 gift certificate to Dish & Dabble four seats
- gift certificate from Jenny's Nails
- $40 gift cards to Oakmont Farmers Market
- And more
(Correction: An earlier version of this article provided an incorrect start time for the festival.)