NEW DATES August 28-29, 2021

The Iron Bridge Music Festival is a celebration of all things music for all ages. This FREE event will be hosted in New Cumberland’s community park, nestled beside the Yellow Breeches Creek, one of Pennsylvania’s scenic waterways. This year’s performers include a concert band, a country music performer, regional bands and Grammy-winning national acts. Because we are a community of music, our goal is to have vendors and tables representing music stores, repair shops, music teachers, music educators, music organizations, collectibles and memorabilia, instrument makers, music publishers, recording studios, photographers and music videographers—anyone involved with the art or business of music. We will try and provide a list as we get closer.

There will be food trucks, because musicians and aficionados need to eat! You can bring in food and drinks, but no grills, please. The Borough Park is alcohol-free.

Because it will be held the weekend of August 28-29, 2021, there will be activities for the whole family. More on those activities will follow.

Limited parking is free within New Cumberland Borough Park or within short walking distance. Shuttle buses will be provided from Cedar Cliff High School (1301 Carlisle Road, Camp Hill, PA) between the hours of noon to 8pm on Sunday. Additional parking for those who bring their bicycles will be located at Hillside Elementary (516 7th Street, New Cumberland). Just park your car and ride your bikes to the event! (Maps provided.)

The festival will commence with a Saturday evening (August 28) performance by the Central PA Jazz Collective with guest soloist Jonathan Ragonese from 7-8:30. The performance is FREE.

Sunday, August 29, is the main day of the event. The grounds will open at 11:00 with the first performance at noon. Be sure to bring your lawn chair or blanket, as seating will NOT be provided. There will be an area for pop-up canopies (no tents). If you bring a canopy, please stay in the designated area.

Noon The day kicks off with local talent Hot Jam Factory playing eclectic assortment of high energy tunes.

1:00 is when country music performer, Bob Randall, takes the Main Stage.

2:00 is the New Cumberland Town Band, which will perform in the J.P. Sousa concert area, adjacent to the main stage.

3:00 The Jellybricks take the Main Stage

4:00 features Skyla Burrell and her blues band

5:00 Harper and the Midwest Kind are on the Main Stage

6:15 is the Paul Nelson Band on the Main Stage

All performances are FREE!


517 Front St, New Cumberland, PA 17070