Don’t miss this weekend’s 7-hour Community Day Music Festival in Hopewell Borough to be held in honor of the Borough’s 125th anniversary of incorporation!
For MercerMe’s original article on the event, check out Community Day Music Festival and Beer Garden to Be Held at St. Michael’s Preserve.
The event will be on Saturday, June 18, from 4-11 p.m. at St. Michael’s Preserve, courtesy of the D&R Greenway Land Trust.
Parking is available at Hopewell Elementary School or around the Borough. The main entrance and information booth will be on the Carter Road side of the field. Organizers say that thousands are expected so go early and to set up your spot. Ride your bikes, bring your beach blankets, chairs and umbrellas and plan to spend the day!
Kids events are from 4pm to 7pm. Admission is free and includes children’s music and crafts and other activities. Everyone is welcome to stay at St. Michaels until the event ends at 11 pm.
At 7pm, the adult-only German style Beer Garden opens in the giant tent and ticket purchasers can enjoy a variety of handcrafted and specialty beers and wine at The Hopewell Community Day Festival Biergarten (Beer Garden), for adults 21 and older.
And here’s the music line-up!
4 to 4:10 Hopewell Valley Children’s Chorale
4:15 to 4:45 Vox Central Jazz
5 to 5:45 Gwynne Alden Band
6 to 6:45 Castle Lane Band
7 to 7:45 Thomas Wesley Stern
8 to 8:45 The Extended Family – Michael Falzarano/Bob Steeler Band
9 to 9:45 Danielia Cotton
10 to 11 Strange Rovers with Chris Palmero and Bob Steeler
Tickets for the Biergarten cost $20 per person. All proceeds will go to the 125th Anniversary Events Fund and to help repaint the Hopewell Railroad Station on Railroad Place.
MercerMe is proud to be a beer-tent sponsor and will see you there!