Another exciting spring weekend has arrived in Bucks County! Catch a show at Sellersville Theater, peruse the whimsical PEEPS displays at Peddler’s Village or head to the Bucks County Audubon Society to celebrate Earth Day!

Check out our guide below for details on this weekend’s must-see events around the County. Stay up-to-date on what’s coming up next week with our Upcoming Events Calendar.


Bristol Riverside Theatre


Willkommen to the Kit Kat Club, a hot and sleazy nightclub in 1929 Berlin. When American writer Cliff Bradshaw arrives looking for inspiration, he falls for its star performer, Sally Bowles. However, their decadent lifestyle is soon threatened by the Nazis’ impending rise to power.

When: Now through April 16

Where: Bristol Riverside Theatre

Cost: Prices vary

Phillips’ Mill Photographic Exhibition

The Phillips' Mill Photographic Exhibition celebrates 30 years of fine art photography at the historic Phillips' Mill. Juror Jill Enfield, internationally acclaimed fine art photographer, author and educator has curated a stunning show.

When: Now through April 21

Where: 2619 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938

Cost: $5

80s Night

Plumsteadville Inn is throwing it back to the 80s! Join for a night of 80s tunes, dancing, and drinks featuring DJ Ray!

When: April 14

Where: Plumsteadville Inn

Cost: $10

A Day in the Life: A Beatles Experience

A Day in the Life takes audiences on a multi–sensory journey back to the turbulent decade of the 1960s. The Beatles’ entire groundbreaking career, from Ed Sullivan to Abbey Road, is recreated through five costume changes while a stunning video backdrop depicts the highs and lows of the era.

When: April 14

Where: Bucks County Playhouse

Cost: $52

Always a Bridesmaid

In this hilarious comedic romp, four friends have sworn to keep the promise they made on the night of their Senior Prom: to be in each other’s weddings no matter what.

When: Now through April 21

Where: Acting Naturally Theatre

Cost: Prices vary

An Evening with Livingston Taylor

Described as “equal parts Mark Twain, college professor, and musical icon,” Taylor maintains a performance schedule of more than 100 shows a year, delighting audiences with his charm and vast repertoire of his 22 albums and popular classics.

When: April 14

Where: Newtown Theatre

Cost: Prices vary

Bowen * Young

With haunting and ethereal songs that masterfully delve into the depths of ferocious love, heartbreaking loss and steadfast hope, the debut album, Dangerous Love, by new duo Bowen Young unveils a unique style of music the couple has dubbed “Cinematic Americana.”

When: April 14

Where: The Tavern at New Hope Winery

Cost: $35

Murder Mystery Dinner: Houdini Whodunit

In this murder mystery worthy of the master himself, the great illusionist Houdini returns from the grave to help a young magician unravel clues and teach him how to escape from any trap.

When: April 14

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: $74.95

Neil King Jr

A discussion of Henry Champman Mercer and his views on America’s founding, and how that played into one long walk from Washington to New York City in the spring of 2021.

When: April 14

Where: Moravian Pottery & Tile Works

Cost: Free to attend


Sesame Place

Elmo’s Springtacular

Elmo’s Springtacular at Sesame Place is filled with furry fun and exciting events! Join in on the fun with an exciting line up of meet & greets, music, magic, pirate adventures, and fireworks.

When: Now through June 15

Where: Sesame Place® Philadelphia

Cost: Prices vary

Mid-Century to Manga: The Modern Japanese Print in America

The exhibition highlights the contributions of James Michener in the United States’ national appreciation and consumption of Japanese prints and print-media in the post-war period and celebrates the continued local interest in, and contributions to, contemporary Japanese and Japanese-American print-making and illustration.

When: Now through July 30

Where: Michener Art Museum

Cost: Prices vary

Al Grout

Al Grout is a sensational entertainer that has been performing since 1977, and does over 200 shows a year! Audiences from small children to senior citizens will enjoy the most difficult and entertaining juggling being done today

When: April 15

Where: Sellersville Theater

Cost: $10

Authors of the American Revolution Congress

The Congress is designed, through both panel presentations and opportunities to meet with authors, to promote conversation about and encourage greater appreciation of this important moment in the nation’s history among wider audiences.

When: April 15

Where: Washington Crossing Historic Park

Cost: Free to attend

Earth Day Festival

View and purchase goods from environmentally friendly vendors and learn more about green industry & environmental organizations in the area!

When: April 15

Where: Bucks County Audubon Society

Cost: Free to attend, donations accepted

Ledbetters, The Ultimate Pearl Jam

Capturing an authentic recreation of Pearl Jam’s studio recordings, combined with their intense live shows, The Ledbetters will bring you right back to your flannel- wearing days.

When: April 15

Where: The Tavern at New Hope Winery

Cost: $45


PEEPS in the Village

PEEPS® in the Village

The colorful display includes over 90 creations of wall art, dioramas, and sculpture, featuring the popular Pennsylvania-made bunnies and chicks!

When: Now through April 23

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: Free to attend

Grapevine Express

Wine & Cheese will be served as you travel along the same railroad line passengers did when it was built in 1891 connecting New Hope with Philadelphia. Your journey will take you through the beautiful hills and valleys of Bucks County, along once vital waterways and streams and across numerous trestle bridges.

When: April 15-16

Where: New Hope Railroad

Cost: Prices vary

Wine and Cheese Tasting Event

Chaddsford Winery's latest tasting experience combines the craft of cheesemaking and winemaking for a bright punch of flavor on the palate.  Let your taste buds take the lead as they explore rich textures and complex aromatics found in this classic pairing.

When: Weekends varying until April 30

Where: Chaddsford Winery

Cost: $35

Carolyn Wonderland

Carolyn has the depths of the Texas blues tradition with the wit of a poet. She hits the stage with an unmatched presence, a true legend in her time.

When: April 16

Where: Sellersville Theater

Cost: $25

Lenape Chamber Ensemble

Lenape Chamber Ensemble presents chamber music for flute, strings and piano.

When: April 16

Where: Lenape Chamber Ensemble

Cost: Prices vary

New Hope Historical Society Fortepiano Recital

Enjoy Haydn and Mozart’s piano works performed as they intended them to be heard — on a historic Viennese fortepiano in an intimate setting.

When: April 16

Where:  Parry Mansion Museum

Cost: $50

Sunday Stroll

Come take a stroll down historic Mill Street where Bristol Borough comes alive with a day of entertainment, vendors, food, activities and much more!

When: April 16

Where: Mill Street, Bristol PA

Cost: Free to attend

The Telling is in the Music

The Piano Trio “be still and know” by Carlos Simon will open the concert. Then you’ll explore Pisachi (Reveal) by Chickasaw classical composer Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate.

When: April 16

Where: Trinity Church

Cost: $35


nkwiluntàmën: I long for it; I am lonesome for it (such as the sound of a drum) is an immersive sound walk through the riverfront grounds of Pennsbury Manor by artist Nathan Young. Young takes listeners across the historic site, experiencing sounds of music, voice, and environmental recordings.

When: Every Sunday

Where: Pennsbury Manor

Cost: Free to attend

New Hope History Walking Tours

Take this expertly guided walking tour to see the places and hear the tales that make New Hope such a fascinating place. The tour is approximately one mile long and lasts about one hour.

When: Every Sunday, 2:00PM to 3:00PM

Where: Start at The Parry Mansion 

Cost: $10 per person

Pony Rides 

Join the Rainbow Ridge Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center for fun filled pony rides every Sunday from 12 PM – 2 PM. Spend the day with their adorable ponies and even go feed their petting zoo animals!

When: Every Sunday

Where: Rainbow Ridge Farm Therapeutic Equestrian Center

Cost: $10

Healing Through the Arts

The program showcases works, creative classes, and healthcare discussions.

When: Now through April 30

Where: Arete Gallery

Cost: Free to attend