The Upper Darby Shooting Stars (above) will be lighting up the stage again on July 16th.
Rose Tree Park's scenic outdoor amphitheater first began its FREE SUMMER CONCERT SERIES in 1975 as part of a two-year Bicentennial Celebration, and four decades later, it draws thousands of people each month!

In all of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware there's only a handful of places still producing free summer concert series' as large as ours.  The County is proud to host this event and invites you to grab a blanket or a lawn chair and head for Rose Tree Park for some hot! music on these warm summer nights!

From Classical music to Cajun - Motown to Broadway - Doo Wop to Rock and Pop - and everything in between, make this a weekly 'must see' event!

Showtime is 7:30 pm, Wednesday through Sunday evenings.

July Concert Schedule:

July 1 Reggae Thunder  - Classic Reggae Music
July 2 Upper Darby Sousa Band - Patriotic Music
July 3 John Hoey Orchestra: Evening of Swing Music
July 6 Sensational Soul Cruiser - Tribute to R&B, Motown and Disco
July 7 Rumours: Tribute to Fleetwood Mac and Stevie Nicks
July 8 Fusebox: Classic and Modern Rock Cover Band
July 9 Philbilly - Modern Country that rocks!
July 10  The Original Orlons! - 4 top ten hits in the 60’s!
July 13  Merion Concert Band
July 14  Forever Tina!  12 member Tina Turner Tribute Band
July 15  British Invasion Tribute Band - Zombies to the Stones!
July 16  Upper Darby Shooting Stars - Performing Disney to Broadway

July 17  Robert Eric Band - Tribute to “Philly’s Piano Man”
July 20  Making Music Rockin’ Rhythms Children’s Show
July 21 The Big House Band - Party Band with DaNica Shirey (From The Voice)
July 22  Jeff Campbell & Freinds
July 23  The Land of Ozz - Ozzy Osbourne Experience
July 24  Charlie Gracie - Rock pioneer and Bandstand icon! (Pictured right)
Charlie Gracie is one of a diminishing number of rock & roll innovators, who continues to actively perform. A native of South Philly, he became the first successful recording star of the "Rock Era" to emerge from that neighborhood. In 1957, Charlie's "Butterfly" topped the American and British music charts, selling over 3 million copies. His other late 50's big sellers include: "Fabulous", "Ninety-Nine Ways", "Wanderin Eyes", "I Love You So Much It Hurts" and "Cool Baby."  At the height of his fame, Charlie frequently appeared on "Dick Clark's American Bandstand", "The Ed Sullivan Show", and "Alan Freed's TV Specials".
July 27  Live at the Fillmore - Allman Brother’s Tribute Band
July 28  Hot Club of Philadelphia: Gypsy Jazz for All
July 29  Brandywine Ballet - A Variety of dance works
July 30  Pennsylvania Symphonic Winds - best local amateur and pro Wind ensemble
July 31  The Rockdale Boys - Great Bluegrass Music!

Rose Tree Park
GPS: 1671 N. Providence Road, Media, PA 19063
Rose Tree Park Summer Concert Web Page