Summer has officially arrived In Bucks County! Head to Perkasie and Doylestown for their respected pride festivals, pick fresh fruit at Shady Brook Farm or swing through the trees at TreeTrails Adventure in Trevose!

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.


Shady Brook Summer unWINED

Summer unWINED

Enjoy an evening down on the farm with great live music, tasty food, locally brewed craft beer, Rose Bank Winery wines, specialty cocktails, and tons of activities for the kiddos.

When: Fridays through September 1

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Prices vary

Return of Summer at TreeTrails Trevose

Join TreeTrails on June Fridays for their special Glow in the Park nights! Listen to music as you climb in the trees in a magical forest. You’ll even get cool glow bracelets and necklaces to create your own "glow" look.

When: Fridays through June 30

Where: Tree Trails Adventures at Phoenix Sport Club

Cost: $51

Juneteenth Exhibit

The African American Museum of Bucks County is presenting “The Journey to Juneteenth,” an exhibit about the history and significance of the June 19 federal holiday in partnership with Sesame Place. The exhibit takes the viewer on a journey, portraying significant events in U.S. history relating to the struggle for freedom.

When: Now through June 28

Where: Sesame Place® Philadelphia

Cost: Prices vary

Pride Month Tap Takeover

From June 16th-19th & 23rd-26th Mad Princes Brewing will be doing a Pride Tap Takeover! They will have six beers each representing one of the colors on the Rainbow Flag!

When: Now through June 26

Where: Mad Princes Brewing

Cost: Free to attend

2023 Summer Wine & Music Series

Head to Crossing Vineyards every Friday this summer to enjoy the beautiful weather and a glass of wine (or two) along with exciting live music!

When: Fridays through September 15

Where: Crossing Vineyards and Winery

Cost: Prices vary

Exhibition- Alan Goldstein Elemental

Using the language of abstraction, Alan Goldstein (b. 1938) explores nature, the human figure, and mortality in his large-scale paintings, drawings, and sculpture.

When: Now through September 24

Where: Michener Art Museum

Cost: Prices vary

Blue Oyster Cult

For over five decades, Blue Öyster Cult has been thrilling fans of intelligent hard rock worldwide with powerful albums loaded with classic songs.

When: June 23

Where: Univest Performance Center

Cost: Prices vary

Movement at the Still Point Photo Exhibit

Experience the exclusive exhibition of Movement at the Still Point, a captivating celebration of renowned portrait photographer Mark Mann's best-selling coffee table book.

When: June 23-25

Where: Arete Gallery

Cost: Free to attend

Dionne Warwick

Dionne Warwick is a six-time Grammy Award-winning music legend who has earned more than 75 charted hit songs and sold over 100 million records.

When: June 23

Where: Parx Casino®

Cost: Prices vary

Doylestown Pride Festival

Doylestown welcomes the return of our Pride Festival! With the goal of celebrating diverse sexual orientations and gender identities in the Doylestown community, a collection of local organizations and businesses came together to create this local tradition.

When: Now through June 25

Where: Doylestown, PA

Cost: Free to attend

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater: 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: June 23

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: $74.95

Perkasie Summer Concert Series

Head to Perkasie to see a collection of individual and group artists performing a wide range of familiar and original acoustic music.

When: June 23

Where: Amiphitheater in Lenape Park

Cost: Free to attend

The Crossing Performs Farming

FARMING, a stirring new work by Ted Hearne written for The Crossing, grapples with the impact of settler colonialism on current labor practices from tech to agriculture.

When: June 23-24

Where: Art at King Oaks

Cost: Prices vary

The Weight Band

Years of touring have seen The Weight Band revive “The Woodstock Sound,” keeping the spirit of Americana/Roots Rock alive for audiences of all ages.

When: June 23

Where: Sellersville Theater

Cost: $45


Michener Art Museum

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

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: Saturdays and Sundays through September 24

Where: New Hope Railroad

Cost: $79.99

Photography Competition & Exhibit

This summer, Peddler’s Village presents the Photography Competition & Exhibit. The theme of the 2023 Photography Competition & Exhibit is “Pets.” Both professional and amateur photography will be showcased.

When: Now through July 30

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: Free to attend

Everyday Rhythms: Music at the Mercer

Everyday Rhythms explores some of these common uses of music and musical instruments – shared across many regions, people and cultures. These instruments were once a part of the acoustic landscape – the soundscape – of everyday life around the globe.

When: Now through December 31

Where: Mercer Museum

Cost: Prices vary

Music off Main

Experience Yardley presents the 8th year of its free summer music series - Music Off Main. Featuring a diverse array of music and genres from Bluegrass to Latin Dance Party and Jazz Standards to Zydeco.

When: Saturdays and Sundays through August 27

Where: Buttonwood Park

Cost: Free to attend

Plumsteadville Grange Farm Market

Head to the Plumsteadville Village for local and organic produce, honey, baked goods, goat soap, artisan crafts, live music, and family fun!

When: Saturdays through October 28

Where: Plumsteadville Village

Cost: Free to attend

Party on the Patio

Enjoy the laid-back vibes on the Patio at the Farm Market Saturday and Sunday ALL Spring & Summer long with live acoustic music.

When: Saturdays and Sundays through September 2

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Free to attend

Almost Queen

A deliberate four-piece band, Almost Queen delivers a live performance showcasing signature four-part harmonies and intricate musical interludes.

When: June 24

Where: Parx Casino®

Cost: Prices vary

The Relationship of Word and Art Exhibit

The is a group show of local artists and poets, some of whom collaborate and reflect upon the artist pieces and some of which the poem is contained in the work itself.

When: Now through June 29

Where: Art Wrkd

Cost: Free to attend

Brews and Bites 2023

This summertime celebration will feature local breweries along with live music, food trucks, 17th century brewing demonstrations, lawn games, and more.

When: June 24

Where: Pennsbury Manor

Cost: Prices vary

Hortulus Family Festival & Summer Market

The festival will feature over 50 local artisans, food and drinks, yard games, and activities for the whole family to enjoy.

When: June 24-25

Where: Hortulus Farm Garden and Nursery

Cost: Free to attend

Ivyland Borough’s 150th Anniversary Celebration

Visitors to Saturday’s day-long event will be greeted by decorative banners welcoming visitors and friends. There will also be a day-long concert spanning musical genres ranging from barbershop quartets and bluegrass to jazz and rock.

When: June 24

Where: Ivyland Commons Park

Cost: Free to attend

Mad Hatter Tea

Dive down the rabbit hole and immerse yourself in the wonder of The Talking Teacup's Mad Hatter Tea! Get ready for a Wonderland-inspired tea party that will transport you to another realm.

When: June 24-25

Where: The Talking Teacup

Cost: $43.95

Newtown Historic Association’s Self-Guided Garden Tour of Newtown

The Newtown Historic Association (NHA) is hosting a self-guided Garden Tour of Newtown Borough and Newtown Township. The tour will wind through the lovely streets of Newtown Borough and into parts of the Township.

When: June 24

Where: Half Moon Inn (Court Inn)

Cost: $15

Outdoor Movie Night

Head to Peddler's Village for a night of fun as they present their "Outdoor Movie Series" taking place on the grounds in the village!

When: June 24

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: Free to attend

Perkasie Pride Festival

Pride Festival promises live music, shopping, good food and terrific company.

When: June 24

Where: Downtown Perkasie

Cost: Free to attend

Sesame Summer Splash

There’s nothing like summer at Sesame Place Philadelphia! It’s a great time to have fun and cool off with splashy water attractions for all ages like the ALL-NEW Bert & Ernie’s Splashy Shores and the NEW tropical themed land, Big Bird’s Beach!

When: Now through September 3

Where: Sesame Place® Philadelphia

Cost: Prices vary

Snipes Farmers Market

Come to the Big Red Barn on Snipes Farm to buy organic produce, plants, and other products. Visit with the animals: chickens, ducks, goats, bunnies and more!

When: Saturdays through November 4

Where: Snipes Farm and Education Center

Cost: Free to attend

Village Fair

Enjoy a day filled with games, delicious food and tons of family fun!

When: June 24

Where: Central Park, Doylestown

Cost: Prices vary


Sculptures in the Sand

Sand Sculptures in the Village: Stories in the Sand

Stories in Sand will showcase six exceptionally tall sculptures created by three world-renowned master sand sculptors. The spectacular sculptures, all of which are due to be completed by will pay homage to stories and characters revered for generations.

When: Now through August 31

Where: Peddler's Village

Cost: Free to attend

Pick Your Own at Shady Brook Farm

Spend the day down on the farm plucking sweet, juicy strawberries right off the vine, making a bouquet of colorful flowers, picking apples straight off the tree...there's plenty to harvest depending on the season, and nothing's sweeter than spending time with the family!

When: Now through August 27

Where: Shady Brook Farm

Cost: Prices vary


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: Now through Spring 2024

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

Celtic Day Festival

Hosted by Celtic Heritage Foundation, Bristol Waterfront Park becomes the site of Celtic music, step dancing, kids’ entertainment, merchandise, and traditional fare like corned beef and cabbage and mouth-watering baked goods.

When: June 25

Where: Bristol Waterfront Park

Cost: Free to attend

Drag Brunch: Design of a Diva 90’s Edition

Be taken back to the 90's with the best Drag Performers in the area to the greatest Diva songs of all time! Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and many more!

When: June 25

Where: New Hope Inn and Suites

Cost: Prices vary

Tick, Tick…BOOM!

Before Rent, there was Tick, Tick… Boom!. Join the Bucks County Playhouse for the musical that inspired the Oscar-nominated film!

When: Now through July 15

Where: Bucks County Playhouse

Cost: Prices vary