Historic Bethlehem to Host Annual Blueberry Festival July 15-16

If you’re looking for family friendly entertainment, a variety of talented live performers, and, of course, all things blueberry, Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites has the place for you to be on July 15-16.

That’s when the organization will host its annual Blueberry Festival at Burnside Plantation (1461 Schoenersville Road in Bethlehem). Attendees will have the chance to sample blueberry-infused anything, including (but not limited to) pie, ice cream, beer, wine, mead, and more.

Of course, Lehigh Valley Underground is here to tell you about the live performances. You’ll notice plenty of familiar names — as well as some new faces — set to play throughout the course of the weekend-long festival. We’ve provided you with the full list below.

Saturday, July 15

The Community Stage
10 a.m.:
 Lehigh Valley Little Brass Band (Strolling)
11 a.m.: Project 3^2
12 p.m.: Barrel House Brothers
2 p.m.: Pie-Eating Contest
3 p.m.: Magnolia Sadies
4 p.m.: Rose Ostrowski
5 p.m.: Charter Arts High School Big Band
6 p.m.: Charter Arts High School Big Band


The Blueberry Brewery Stage
10 a.m.:
 The Wild Hymns
11 a.m.: Copper Fields
1 p.m.: Jump Start
3 p.m.: Jack Murray
5 p.m.: Hector Rosado

Saturday, July 16

The Community Stage
10 a.m.: Lehigh Valley Little Brass Band (Strolling)
11 a.m.: Twin Rivers Violins
12 p.m.: Wildlands Conservancy Live Animal Presentation
1 p.m.: Pennsylvania Youth Theatre
2 p.m.: Pie-Eating Contest
3 p.m.: Project 3^2
4 p.m.: 99 Stringz


The Blueberry Brewery Stage
10 a.m.: James Supra Duo
12 p.m.: Peter Johann Band
2 p.m.: David Fields
4 p.m.: JuTaun

Tickets to the 2017 Blueberry Festival can be purchased individually or in combo packages. Visit this link for more information.

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