hmf2023 headliners

Announcing our 2023 headliners!
Blues rocker Dana Fuchs, Power-pop Supergroup The Split Squad and
NBC’s The Voice contestant DEVIX

Our stages near Darby and Eagle Rds. in Havertown will headline DANA FUCHS, who, with her feet planted on both sides of the blues-rock divide, is one of the fiercest voices in modern-day roots music. Fuchs starred as Janis Joplin in the off-Broadway musical Love, Janis, and starred in the Golden Globe-nominated film Across the Universe
THE SPLIT SQUAD, features New York drummer Clem Burke of Blondie and guitarist Keith Streng of The Fleshtones, and lead singer, bassist and principal Michael Giblin, formerly of The Parallax Project. They will be joined for this appearance by guitarist Kurt Bloch, formerly of Seattle’s The Fastbacks.
Multi-instrumentalist DEVIX, AKA Eric Torres, was a Top 13 contestant on NBC’s The Voice. A York, PA native, Devix writes and performs music that spans alternative, indie and pop.

Haverford Music Festival will also feature original music from over 20 artists, playing Jazz, Rock, Pop, Folk, Country and Blues! There will be food booths and trucks, vendors, kids’ activities, beer and wine gardens, and fun for the whole family.  Admission is FREE.

Save the date!  The 11th Annual Haverford Music Festival will be held Saturday, September 9, 2023!

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The festival is now being run by the 501 (c)(3) nonprofit – HTEAMS (Haverford Township Education, Arts and Music Society) – and we’re seeking sponsorships! Become a sponsor and let the residents of Haverford Township, and throughout the region, know you support entertainment, arts and music in our community! The Haverford Township Music Festival is a free admission event funded solely through sponsorships and donations. More information on sponsorships can be found here.

Voluntary donations to help keep the festival free will be greatly appreciated and gratefully accepted. Donations can be made here to keep HTMF alive for years to come.

We’re excited to share that HTEAMS (Haverford Township Education, Arts and Music Society) has earned a 2022 Gold Seal of Transparency with Candid!
Now, you can support our work with trust and confidence by viewing our nonprofit Profile.

For general information please contact us at: [email protected]

Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors:

Diamond Sponsors


Emerald Sponsors

Main Line Health
Republic Bank

Ruby  Sponsors

Haverford Democrats

Silver Sponsors

Action Rental
Apple Flappens
Beltway puppets
Carmona Mobile Foods
Citylight Church Drexel Hill
Deke’s Bar-B-Que
DELCO ConReds Creations
House Cup Coffee Roasters
H & B Driveway Resealing
Commodore John Barry Arts & Cultural Center (The Irish Center)
Kettle Creations
McGoldrick Plumbing & Heating
My Little Paradise
Moretti Art
Nolan Painting

Passanante’s Home Food Service
Penn Therapy
R & D Specialty Foods
Renewal By Andersen
Town Square Rental

Bronze Sponsors

Leonard Insurance Group
Peterson Insurance
Mom’s Organic Market Bryn Mawr
ShopRite of Drexeline

Business Patrons

CrossFit MFP
Marty’s Guitars
New Avenue Foundation


"The …always charming… Haverford Township Music Festival
is one of the best free festivals in the Philly region.


— Dan DeLuca
Philadelphia Inquirer

"Had a wonderful time…This [Haverford Music Festival] is staffed by people who are in it for the right reasons. A breath of fresh air."

— John Paul White

2018 Festival Headliner

HTEAMS has been granted the Gold Transparency Seal for Non-Profits!



Please contribute what you can today.
It will help us tremendously since our fundraising for this year has been hampered by the pandemic.

You may donate through PayPal to Haverford Twp Education Arts and Music Society
by clicking on the DONATE button below:

Or donate through Venmo to @HTEAMS


Our Mission
“The Haverford Music Festival is a family music festival that strengthens the cultural identity of Haverford Township, serves as the primary fundraiser for the HAVERFORD TOWNSHIP EDUCATION, ARTS AND MUSIC SOCIETY – or HTEAMS, and provides funding for projects that enhance the quality of life in Haverford Township.”