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Summer Music Fest returns to Bristol

Herman's Hermits, The Commodores and more are part of Bristol Riverside Theatre’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest

Into something good: Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone concludes Bristol Riverside Theatre’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest on Sept. 9-10. Source: Submitted Photo

Bristol Riverside Theatre’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest is returning to the Bristol Township Amphitheater this summer.

Performances announced include The Commodores (July 15), Russell Thompkins Jr. & The New Stylistics with special guest Eddie Holman (July 16), Indigo Girls (Aug. 25), 70s Flashback (Aug. 26) and Herman’s Hermits starring Peter Noone (Sept. 9-10).

All shows are held at the outdoor amphitheater, 2501 Bath Road. Tickets are on sale now starting at $35 for general admission and $65 for premium admission, which includes seating in front of the stage with chairs. General admission is bring your own chair and/or blanket.

“We’re building on the success from last year’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest with bigger and more recognizable acts,” said BRT co-producing director Ken Kaissar. “Our goal is to welcome more people to the big party in the park at the Bristol Township Amphitheater. We’ll also be selling wine and beer at every concert, so you’ll be able to reconnect with this incredible music while relaxing with a few drinks under the summer stars. It’s going to be a huge summer-long party and everyone is invited.”

Visit brtstage.org or call 215-785-0100 for tickets and more information.

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