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Sommerfest Biergarten (Summer festival beer garden)
The Lehigh Saengerbund, the 154 year old German-American Society of the Lehigh Valley, is proud to present events consistent with the Society’s German-oriented cultural traditions.
The Sommerfest celebration held at Mayfair Festival of the Arts continues with the new Sommerfest Biergarten this summer! Experience a German Beer Garden-like celebration with German band music and singing. Find wonderful German beer, Jägermeister and food.
The events; along with the dates, times and bands appropriate to each event; are as follows:
Date Times Band
- 6/23/2012 5pm-10pm Emil Shanta Band
- 7/14/2012 5pm-10pm Emil Shanta Band
- 8/18/2012 5pm-10pm Jolly Bavarians
In addition we will feature our Festival Chorus (Festchor) during each event to lead us in singing popular German and American songs to enhance the German festive atmosphere.
Hours: 5 p.m. – 10 p.m. Rain or Shine at the Emmaus Community Park Arts Pavillion – Shimerville road, Emmaus - plenty of parking in the parking lot. All events are open to the public. Tickets: $5.00 includes complimentary beverage.
|Where||Emmaus Community Park 1401 Shimerville Rd, Emmaus, PA 18049 (Arts Pavilion)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||5:00 pm–10:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Seniors|
More About Emmaus Community Park
Formerly known as Pine Tree Park, a small amusement park, it has been Emmaus Community Park since 1957. Whether you come for music, a ball game or just to let your kids play in its playground, you can enjoy many hours in the park. Eventually you will barely notice trains rumbling by on busy tracks flanking one side of the park and the Pennsylvania Turnpike carrying noisy traffic on another. The park's amenities include the borough's swimming pools, baseball fields and the open-air Performing Arts Pavilion, where many folks enjoy band concerts in summer. The park has many picnic pavilions, which should be reserved in advance. It also has a paved walking trail that passes over Leibert Creek, which has been allowed to revert to a largely natural state to prevent soil erosion. The park is along Shimerville Road just off Pennsylvania Avenue.