Abington Art Center’s Summer Concert Series at Averthorpe Manor kicks off on June 29 and will continue each Thursday through the end of July. The open air mini-festivals will feature a diverse lineup of regional sounds, food trucks, vendor booths, bounce houses, and entertainment for all ages.
The series will include five free concerts with rotating food trucks, interactive booths and refreshments from Moss Mill Brewing Co. and Mermaid Spirits.
Philadelphia’s premier 60’s soul band, York Street Hustle, will take the stage on Thursday, June 29. The second concert celebrates original, independent artists from Montgomery County on Thursday, July 6, and will feature Camera Thief, an anthemic rock band from Jenkintown.
Combo Melaza will take over the stage on Thursday, July 13 with a night of salsa lead by Edgar Castro and his 12-plus member collective hailing from Philadelphia.
Zimbabwean born soul singer, MUKAMURI will play on July 20. The series finale on July 27 features the hits of legendary rock band Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers as performed by area tribute act, Full Moon Fever.
“I’m so excited to be providing this community with another season of dynamic and captivating
performances,” series programmer Joe Montone said. “This could not be done without the
hard work of our team as well as contributions from local sponsors who support the arts in our literal
Abington Art Center is still welcoming business partnerships to complete the financial goal for this year’s festivities.
Gates open at 6:00pm each Thursday night. Guests are welcome to bring blankets, chairs, and dancing shoes.
For more information about the free public concerts, the 2023 artist lineup, or to become a sponsor, you can click here. Abington Art Center is located at 515 Meetinghouse Road, Jenkintown.
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