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Haverford Music Festival is proud to welcome ACME Markets as presenting sponsor for the next three years

Posted by on Apr 29, 2016 in News Articles 2015, News Articles 2016 | 0 comments

Haverford Music Festival is proud to welcome ACME Markets as presenting sponsor for the next three years

  “We are proud to welcome ACME Markets as presenting sponsor of both the Haverford Music Festival and Haverford Spring Fest for the next three years,” says Tom Kelly, Haverford Civic Council and Haverford Music Festival board member, and Chairman of Kelly Music for Life). “This long- term sponsorship commitment demonstrates ACME’s dedication to being part of these significant events in our community.” Haverford Music Festival Director, Ernesto Betancourt is also excited to work with ACME Markets as well as other new and returning...

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The Grip Weeds playing at Tribeca Performing Arts Center

Posted by on Nov 11, 2015 in News Articles 2015 | 0 comments

The Grip Weeds are playing at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center on November 20. There is a discount code (GRIP20) that gives 20% off a ticket. A link to more info is here: http://tribecapac.org/grip-weeds-nov-20/

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Fifth Annual Haverford Music Festival Set for September 12th

Posted by on Aug 26, 2015 in News Articles 2015 | 0 comments

City / Suburban News has given us a great write up in their current issue! City Suburban News is a free, weekly newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area. Publishing every Wednesday, City Suburban News is distributed from Bala Cynwyd, along City Avenue to the Villanova / Wayne area, and west to the Havertown area — to approx. 230 high traffic locations. You can view the content of the newspaper here:...

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A new look for The Rock

Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in News Articles 2015 | 0 comments

On Saturday, September 12 at the fifth annual Haverford Music Festival (HMF), look for a few changes at The Rock on Eagle Road in Oakmont. The venue, featuring HMF’s only indoor stage, will be transformed into a coffeehouse, with tables and chairs, a coffee bar and a more-intimate setting for listening to music. “This change, along with the recently upgraded audio/visual components, will allow The Rock to create a special, new atmosphere,” says Jeremy Myers, who runs this teen center for Grace Chapel. “I am looking forward to seeing it all...

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