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Enjoy A Celebration Of Local Music At Turks Head Music Festival

Enjoy a celebration of local music at Turks Head Music Festival. The Turks Head Music Festival is a free, annual festival held in West Chester. The festival features unique live music, food, and arts and crafts. The 2023 festival will be held on Sunday, June 4th from 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Everhart Park. Location: Everhart Park, 100 South Brandywine Street, West Chester, PA 19380 Date: Sunday, June 4th, 2023 Time: 12:00 pm to 7:00 pm Admission: Free For more information, please visit the festival website: In addition to the music, the festival will also feature a variety of food and arts and crafts vendors. Over 70 artists and vendor booths will be set up throughout the park. There will be lots of food from local vendors, face painting, clowns, axe throwing and moon bounces too. The Turks Head Music Festival is a great way to spend a summer day in West Chester.   Admission is free, so bring a blanket, your lawn chairs, and friends and enjoy this West Chester tradition. Two stages will feature eight local bands performing different genres of music, including Rock, Pop, Folk, RnB, Country and Blues. The music lineup for the 2023 festival includes: 11:40 am Tom Wang Photo courtesy of the Turks Head Music Festival Tom Wang is an actor and entertainer with a theater background. He is a singing story teller. Over the last few years, Tom has created the singing, story-telling, troubadour character, High Tide Tom. His debut album, "Days Like This" (available on iTunes, etc). Tom is hosted this festival from 2010-2017 and is excited to be back to host the event again. 12:00 pm Katie Barbato Photo courtesy of the Turks Head Music Festival Katie Barbato has performed at the Philadelphia Folk Festival and records Barbato composes music for TV and film, such as the theme she wrote for the movie Sugar. Her song “Magical Ending” is featured in the Netflix drama “Yankee”, the MTV series “Busch Family Brewed”, and several of her songs have been featured on the Australian television show “Neighbours”. "Life is Just a Dream":

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