COATESVILLE, PA — The Annual Chester County Old Fiddler’s Picnic is a time-honored tradition that brings music and fun to the community each year. This event has been running for 93 years and shows no signs of stopping! This year, the picnic will be held on Saturday, August 13 at Hibernia Park. Come out and join hundreds of other musicians and music lovers for a day filled with great tunes!
Every year, thousands of music lovers come to Hibernia Park for the Old Fiddler’s Picnic. The event features a wide variety of musical styles, from bluegrass to old-time to gospel, and visitors can enjoy performances on a variety of instruments, from guitars to banjos to mandolins. In addition to the stage show, the event grounds are full of musicians jamming and singing throughout the day.
Visitors can stroll through the venue and take in the sounds of Fiddlers Field. There are also a variety of vendors selling crafts, foods, and novelties. So whether you’re looking to enjoy some great music or grab a bite to eat, the Old Fiddler’s Picnic is sure to have something for everyone.
The event is open to all ages and features a variety of string instruments. Musicians of all skill levels are welcome to come and play, and there is no charge to attend. The Old Fiddler’s Picnic is a great opportunity for children and adults alike to learn about different types of string instruments. In addition, the relaxed atmosphere of the event makes it the perfect place to meet new people and enjoy some good music.
If you are looking for a fun and free event to attend this weekend, the Old Fiddler’s Picnic at Hibernia Park is the perfect option. Gates open at 8:30 AM on Saturday morning, so make sure to get there early to take advantage of all the festivities. This event is free to attend and there is free parking available.
For more information, visit www.chesco.org/2415/Old-Fiddlers-Picnic today.
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