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Whole Lotta Led, Brian Elliot Band, BucksCo Folk Song Society and more booked for summer in Lenape Park.

Dead and Led, folk, blues and funky grooves highlight free Perkasie summer concerts

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This summer, you need cooling; baby, I’m not fooling.

Thus, Perkasie Parks and Recreation to the rescue with music to beat the heat.

Find the tie-dye, slip on the sandals (and for Pete’s sake, get a pedicure!) and get ready to groove all summer in Perkasie Borough to Led Zeppelin, Grateful Dead, blues, funk, folk, rock, country, and everything in between.

According to the Borough, the free Summer Concert Series will be at the Amphitheater at Lenape Park, with each show running from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Each concert has free parking on site and is open to the public.Lawn chairs and blankets encouraged.

The Amphitheater, according to the borough, was made possible by the generosity of Oldcastle PreCast. It will be the third year for the Amphitheater to host the Summer Concert Series.

Here is who is on the bill for 2024:

Wednesday, July 10: Whole Lotta Led, a tribute to Led Zeppelin, presented by QNB Bank.

Wednesday, July 17: AllStar Country Band, modern and classic county and rock.

Friday, July 19: Bucks County Folk Song Society, local groups sharing authentic folk music.

Wednesday, July 24: The Left Edge, classic “good-time” rock ‘n roll and country

Wednesday, July 31: The Groove Merchants, blues, funk and soul

Wednesday, Aug. 7: Little Red Rooster Band, playing blues since 1988

Wednesday, Aug. 14: Beg Borrow & Steel, covers with an island vibe

Wednesday, Aug. 21: Brian Elliot Band, funky classics, modern jams, and a sprinkling of Grateful Dead.

To book your band for 2025, email [email protected]. Local nonprofits may exhibit and bring family activities to each concert through the same email address.

Sponsors for the 2024 series include A&T Chevrolet-Subaru, Begley Carlin & Mandio, Gilmore & Associates, Grim Biehn & Thatcher and QNB Bank.

The park sits close to Perkasie's dog park on Constitution Avenue. 

Food vendors and activities for children will be nearby, the borough said.


Tony Di Domizio

Tony Di Domizio is the Managing Editor of NorthPennNow and PerkValleyNow, and a staff writer for WissNow. Tony graduated from Kutztown University and went on to serve as a reporter and editor for various news organizations, including Patch, The Reporter, and The Morning Call. He loves creative writing, action figure collecting & reselling, music, and films with Michael Keaton & Al Pacino.

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