Delaware County Summer Festival in Rose Tree Park

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Great News!

We are excited to bring live entertainment back to our beloved amphitheater this summer, and we're committed to keeping a healthy environment for our audience, entertainers, and staff members. Due to the enhanced safety measures, there will be modifications to our usual operations, and we ask for your patience and understanding as guidelines and protocols continue to evolve. Some of the changes are as follows:

Masks will likely be required while entering, exiting, and walking around the amphitheater and may be removed while you are sitting at your spot.

Hand sanitizing stations will be located at all entrances, and restrooms will be cleaned more frequently.

Each group/party should keep a six-foot distance from others.

There will be no concession stands. You may still bring your own snacks and beverages.

The 2021 concert schedule will be posted here when it becomes available; no brochure will be printed.

Free concerts in Rose Tree Park's scenic outdoor amphitheater first began in 1975 as part of a two-year Bicentennial Celebration, and four decades later, The Summer Festival concert series remains a popular local tradition. The series runs from June to August and provides residents many opportunities to take in top-notch entertainment of all kinds, from Classical to Cajun, Motown to Broadway, Doo Wop to Rock and Pop, and everything in between. Showtime is 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday through Sunday evenings, plus two morning children's shows at 10:00 a.m.

The Summer Festival concerts are brought to you by Delaware County and the generous support of our sponsors (see below). Admission and parking are free. The audience should bring blankets and chairs for seating. Picnics are welcome. Please remember that alcoholic beverages are prohibited throughout the park, and for everyone's safety and comfort, pets and smoking must remain outside the amphitheater. Guests with leashed dogs may enjoy the shows from the periphery.


What happens if it rains?

There are no rain dates for Summer Festival concerts that are cancelled due to inclement weather. Cancellation decisions are made right up until show time. At that time, there will be a recorded message on the parks phone (610-891-4455) indicating the show is cancelled. Rain in the hours preceding the show does not mean the show will be cancelled. Every effort is made to ensure the safety of the audience. If a thunderstorm takes place, the concert will be ended.


Thank You to Our 2021 Sponsors!


Friends of the Summer Festival

Peter Alyanakian
R. Alvin & Kathleen Bensley
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis Bird
Sally Burkam
Warren & Dee Casner
N. Dean & Jacqueline Evans
J. Mervyn Harris
James & Judith Hedtke
Bob & Pat Hemphill
Wendy Hibberd
Joseph & Karen Inverso
David & Barbara Irving
Jerry & Becky Leggieri
Jeffery & LuAnn Jahnkev
Richard & Judith Knight
Yagnik Pratap
Sharon Reed
Lois B. Saunders
Mary W. Scott
Jo Ann & David Stephens
Mrs. Phyllis Stevick
St. Mary Magdalen Senior Citizens Club
The Tallant Family


Entertainers

If you are a performer who resides in the area and you wish to be considered for our local concert series, please send your press kit to the address below. (For EPKs, please send a letter of introduction, with directions to your online material.) Submissions are accepted year-round. Fall is the best time to be considered for the following summer, as booking typically occurs over the winter.

Delaware County Parks and Recreation Department
Attention: Summer Festival
Government Center Building
201 W. Front St.
Media, PA 19063

Note: If you have an electronic press kit, please send a letter of introduction to the address above, including instructions how to view your material online.

 

 



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