We are back Live for our 10th Annual Haverford Music Festival, August 27th, 2022!
What is the Haverford Music Festival?
The Haverford Music Festival (HMF) is a showcase of music of all genres featuring talented artists, musicians and performers from Haverford Township and the surrounding area. The festival is a rain or shine event. The event draws about 10,000 people to the center of Havertown for a day of music and fun. HMF serves as the primary fundraiser for Haverford Township Education, Arts & Music Society (HTEAMS), who has been running it since 2019. Net proceeds of the festival will provide funding for projects that enhance the quality of life in Haverford Township.
2022 Haverford Music Festival’s Eagle Rd Stage
The Event is Rain or Shine.
Admission is free. A $5 donation per person is appreciated; it benefits community projects throughout Haverford Township.
You may bring lawn chairs and blankets.
You may NOT bring alcoholic beverages.
Legal ID is required to be served in the beer gardens.
Where is it?
The Haverford Music Festival is held on the grounds of The Oakmont School / School District of Haverford Township Administration building (50 East Eagle Road, Havertown, PA 19083).
How can I help?
We need volunteers to make this event a reality. Please consider a volunteer position for a couple of hours to help in areas such as vendor or stage assistance, grounds crew, and set-up or take-down. Go to the Volunteer page to review positions available and sign up.
The Official Beer Garden:
Beer tickets must be bought at the Festival Info tents, located near the beer gardens. Legal ID is required to be served in the beer garden.
Net proceeds benefit the Haverford Township Education, Arts & Music Society (HTEAMS).
Food vendors offer a variety of culinary delights and local businesses showcase their goods and services. Please patronize our vendors and businesses that support the Haverford Township Music Festival!
What are the rules of the event?
The Haverford Music Festival is family friendly. Strollers are welcome in all areas except the beer gardens. All alcohol sales and consumption is restricted to the designated beer gardens. Open containers of alcohol are not permitted outside the beer gardens, on the street or fields. Attendees are not permitted to carry in alcoholic beverages, glass containers, weapons, explosives or fireworks. Bags, backpacks and coolers may be inspected at entry points.
Please leave your furry friends at home! No dogs or other pets permitted.
Due to school regulations, there is NO SMOKING and NO DOGS or other pets permitted on school property, including the Oakmont Field Stage and WHHS Eagle Rd Stage areas.
Where can I park?
Public Parking Lots:
The most Free parking is in Septa’s lot at Ardmore Junction Station – NHSL, located at the end of Hathaway Lane & Haverford Rd.
Note that E. Hathaway Lane is partially blocked off to vehicle traffic during the festival, However you can still walk up it, after you park your car, to reach the festival.
There are 2 metered parking lots close to the festival; One on W. Darby Rd, just above the intersection of Eagle Rd.
And one located on W. Benedict Rd just west of the intersection of Darby Rd.
Parking in the lots in Havertown are limited. Observe proper street parking etiquette. Do not block driveways. Your car may be ticketed and/or towed. Please consider walking, bicycling or taking mass Transit.
Who benefits from the event?
HMF now serves as the primary fundraiser for Haverford Township Education, Arts & Music Society (HTEAMS). which provides funding for projects that enhance the quality of life in Haverford Township.
From 2010 to 2018, The Haverford Township Music Festival was the fundraiser for the 501c3 non-profit Haverford Township Civic Council. Net proceeds from sponsorships, vendors and donations benefited non-profit member groups in Haverford Township such as the Haverford Township Free Library, MusicWorks, Tree Tenders, the Adult School, Haverford Partnership for Economic Development, The Grange Estate, The Havertown Rotary and others.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak and concerns for the safety of our community,
The Haverford Music Festival, went “virtually” in 2020 (YouTube archive below), and the live event was postponed in 2021.
For additional info or questions, please contact us at email@example.com