Due to the coronavirus outbreak and concerns for the safety of our community,
The 10th Annual Haverford Music Festival, has been postponed to September 2021.
Performer applications for the Haverford Music Festival are now closed until early 2021.
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Oakmont Business area of Havertown – junction of Eagle and Darby Rds.
Havertown PA (50 East Eagle Rd).
The main Oakmont Field Stage is located behind the Oakmont School District Building
A $2 donation is appreciated; it benefits community projects through the Haverford Township Education, Arts & Music Society (HTEAM).
The Event is Rain or Shine.
Admission is free.
You may bring lawn chairs and blankets.
You may NOT bring alcoholic beverages.
Admission to the beer and wine garden areas require legal id.
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.
Getting to the Haverford Music Festival
Last year, more that 15,000 music lovers came to Haverford Township for the music festival, according to police estimates. That’s a lot people and a lot of cars.
Folks who are planning to come to the festival, might consider public transportation or riding a bike to Darby and Eagle roads where the music festival will take place.
Cyclists can take advantage of valet bicycle parking on East Darby Road behind the Stage provided free by Friends of Haverford Trails, though contributions to the Friends mission is welcome. Bike owners can opt to park and lock their bicycles themselves along the fence on Hathaway Lane near the field stage.
For more info about festival bicycle parking, click here.
Public transportation is another convenient option. Please note that Septa has a new fare policy on September 1, 2014 – check here. The Route 100/ Norristown High Speed Line runs from 69th Street in Upper Darby to Norristown. Festival goers should get off at the Wynnewood Station and walk .67 miles up the hill to Eagle Road – a simple no hassle way to come and enjoy the music. SEPTA’s 103 bus will also be running. Check the Saturday schedule for both options on line at SEPTA.org or (215) 580-7800.
If driving is the only option, please remember to observe proper street-parking etiquette. Do not block driveways and do not park near to street corners even if there is no sign posted. If caught in a traffic back up, festival organizers ask everyone to please be patient.
Public Parking Lots:
Free parking 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. Please consider walking, bicycling or taking mass Transit.
Bicycling: Check your bike at our secure Free Valet Bicycle Parking area on East Darby Road behind the Stage or lock it yourself on the long fence on Hathaway near the Field Stage.
Transit: Take Rte 100 – Norristown High Speed Line (to Wynnewood Station, walk 0.6 mi W on Eagle Rd) or Take 103 Bus to Darby Road.
Limited Handicap parking and wheelchair accessible Port o Pots will be available.
Performing artists will be available at a designated “Meet and Greet” area at the Merchandise Tent.
Please patronize our sponsors and vendors.