2021 Heritage Festival Schedule

The Community Activities Committee volunteers are proud to present the 19th Annual Heritage Music Festival. This family-friendly music festival is located at the Campmeeting Tabernacle. All performances are from 7:30 p.m. until 9 p.m., rain or shine. There is no price for admission; all donations are welcomed with a $10 donation appreciated. Come out and support local musicians.

The Tabernacle is smoke-free; alcohol is strictly prohibited in this public area.


June 19 - Nicole Roberts -will be performing the music of Judy Garland. Nicole has been performing for restaurants, theatres, and private events around Central Pennsylvania for the past 6 years. Inspired by distinguished composers of the 20th century, much of her repertoire derives from the Great American Songbook. Nicole is a recent graduate of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Some of her musical inspirations include Ella Fitzgerald, Mel Torme, Anita O'Day, June Christy, Clifford Brown, and Chet Baker.

July 03 - Colebrook Road - a nationally acclaimed bluegrass band, takes the stage. If you enjoy toe-tapping music that makes ou want to get up and move, this show is for you!
More information about Colebrook Road can be found at their website, http://www.colebrookroad.com

August 07 - Don Johnson Project -Funky Blues, Motown, and much more. Band will have you out of your chair and dancing! If you like Hendrix, Otis, and BB King, you will love this band.
More information can be found at their website, https://business.facebook.com/KarenandDonJohnson/.

August 14 - Angry Young Band: The Billy Joel Tribute recreates the energy and intimacy of Billy’s classic touring band. The group performs career-spanning smash hits and fan favorites, drawing from every album from 1971’s Cold Spring Harbor to 1993’s River of Dreams. Based in Philadelphia, the city that helped put Joel on the map when a live performance of Captain Jack became the most-requested song on radio station WMMR. The lineup includes lifelong Billy Joel fans Matt DiMarino and Jack Firneno on piano and drums, respectively, along with Matt Frankl on guitar, bassist David Trum, Colin Taber on guitar and keyboards, and backup vocalist and percussionist Alexis Parente. Over the past year, they’ve expanded to the Lehigh Valley, where Joel toured heavily early in his career.
More information about the band can be found at their website, https://angryyoungband.com/