Information and FAQ
What is Haverford Spring Fest?
Haverford Spring Fest is a celebration! Not only are we celebrating the warmth of Spring after a long, cold Winter, we are celebrating the blossoming music, arts and cultural identity of Haverford Township. Haverford Spring Fest Music and Arts Festival is made possible by the sponsors, businesses and vendors who join us in presenting the event. Please patronize our sponsors and vendors. Haverford Spring Fest is produced by Kelly Music for Life, a 501c3 non-profit member of the Haverford Township Civic Council. Kelly Music for Life produces music events for the benefit of community. Haverford Spring Fest will benefit several non-profit organizations and 501c3’s in Haverford Township. Please visit and patronize our non-profit partners at the event.
When and Where?
Sunday, May 6, 2017 Noon to 7 pm Rain or Shine.
Brookline Boulevard at Darby Road, Havertown (Click here for map)
Haverford Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania
Admission: We request a $3 donation at entry to support the event.
Is it Kid Friendly?
Our Fun Zone will feature several inflatables, face painting and other activities for children of all ages. For a fee, riders can enjoy unlimited use of the giant inflatable slide, obstacle course, and bounce. Other activities will be available for additional fees or donations.
What about Alcoholic Beverages?
Attendees who are 21 or older may purchase beer and carry it around the entire festival area. Proper ID will be required. Cups containing liquid may not be carried out of the festival area. Outdoor beer taps will close at 6 pm. Attendees are not permitted to bring alcoholic beverages, glass containers, weapons, explosives or fireworks into the event. All bags, backpacks and coolers will be inspected at entry points.
Is there Secure Bicycle Parking?
Yes! Ride your bike and park in the secure Valet Bike Corral on Brookline Boulevard near Beverly Road. Just drop your bike, skateboard or scooter with the Valet, enjoy the festival and pick it up when you are ready to leave. The Valet Bike Corral service is FREE provided by the Friends of Haverford Trails. They will accept a donation for their service.
What Public Transportation is Available?
To get to the event on public transportation, check SEPTA’s Sunday Schedule for busses 104, 112, 120, 123 and 126. The Rt 100 Norristown Line Beechwood-Brookline stop is less than a mile from the event.
Route 104 bus http://www.septa.org/schedules/bus/pdf/104.pdf
Route 112 bus http://www.septa.org/schedules/bus/pdf/112.pdf
Route 120 bus http://www.septa.org/schedules/bus/pdf/120.pdf
Route 123 bus http://www.septa.org/schedules/bus/pdf/123.pdf
Route 126 bus http://www.septa.org/schedules/bus/pdf/126.pdf
Route 100 Norristown Line http://www.septa.org/schedules/transit/pdf/nhsl.pdf
What if I Drive?
Parking lots are limited in Havertown. Public lots near the event include the Skatium lot, Haverford High School and Middle School. If parking on the street, please be courteous to homeowners. Do not block driveways or park on posted streets. Your car may be ticketed and/or towed.
What are the other Restrictions?
Pets, skateboards, scooters, wagons, tricycles and bicycles are not permitted inside the festival area. Infant strollers are okay. Unauthorized solicitations are strictly prohibited.