Bring your own picnic by supporting local Doylestown restaurants or from your own home.
Our spacious parking lot and traffic-free street will provide enough room for guests to enjoy themselves. Safely and spaciously enjoy Doylestown Pride Music Day!
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Picnic spots are first come first serve. Attendees must provide their own tables, chairs, and blankets for picnic’ing. Bring what you need to comfortably enjoy a pincic without obstructing others vantage points.
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DJ CHRIS + MIKE OF BORN LOSERS RECORDS: Formed in 2016, Born Losers Records is a boutique label from Philadelphia (secretly, they’re based in Doylestown) that specializes in vinyl and tape releases. Chris and Mike also split their time playing in Philadelphia based band Suburban Living. Website: bornlosersrecords.com
Froggy : froggy is a riot grrrl band from the philly area… formed in 2020 by morgan, brooke, and fiona! they recently released their first ep on valentine’s day of this year, with a large variety of inspiration from L7 and Alice in Chains to Bikini Kill, the Dead Milkmen, and Eric Andre. Listen to Froggy: froggytheband.bandcamp.com
Lizdelise: Philadelphia indie trio Lizdelise, led by singer/songwriter/guitarist Liz de Lise have garnered local acclaim since their inception in 2014. Body was recorded at Headroom Studios in Philadelphia, PA by Lizdelise bassist and collaborator Mark Watter. Alyssa Resh rounds out their line-up on drums, though the drums on Body were played by Sam Huntington. The group is preparing to release their new collection of sounds Body on Sheer Luck Records. The four songs are Lizdelise’s most fully realized masterpieces yet, reminiscent of St. Vincent, Japanese Breakfast, and Dirty Projectors. Learn more about Lizdelise at lizdelise.com/
Sixteen Jackies : Philadelphia-based rock band Sixteen Jackies make music that is often nostalgic, yet defies easy categorization. Pulling influence from glam, new-wave, early alternative (Sonic Youth, Pixies), and horror movies, they’ve crafted a unique set of torch songs for weirdos and misfits of all kinds that tie together into a tight and theatrical live show. Learn more about Sixteen Jackies at sixteenjackies.bandcamp.com