Bensalem Wednesday Night Concerts Start Off Strong In 2022

by Alex Lloyd Gross

June 9 2022

If you are looking to see a good tribute band in the Lower Bucks  County area,  you don’t have to look any farther than Bensalem.  For over 20 years, this township has been putting on shows  and they have amphitheater to  showcase it .  On occasion, they have had national acts such as Adler’s Appetite,  David Cassidy and Earl Young’s Trammps. While the Guns and Roses drummer played a private event there, it stands as a testament to the national acts that can be drawn to the venue.

There are multiple food trucks and a snack stand. There is no soda tax and prices for light fare are reasonable.  There is a huge space in front where people can put lawn chairs or blankets.  Some fixed seating is available.  The season started off with Hollywood Nights,  a Bob Seger band that did most of the hits people know and like. There are two sets,  with an intermission in between each one.

The concerts are not free. If you do not live in the township, the fee is $10.00. Township residents and seniors are $5.00. All shows start at 7:00 PM,  with gates opening at 6:00 PM. Parking is free.

For a bit more information,  and to learn how to get your band booked for next season, watch the short video below.


You can check their Facebook page to see what is coming up.