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Haddonfield music festival returns in April

Haddonfield’s first-ever free Music Festival is coming to Downtown Haddonfield featuring live, original music by popular headliners on the main stage and Haddonfield-based talent on a local stage.

The event will be on Kings Highway on Saturday, April 27, from 1 to 6 p.m. in Downtown Haddonfield. The Camden County Government and Visit South Jersey will provide multiple stages and other support to help the Borough make its first festival a smashing success.

The Camden County Main Stage will host several bands, some with ties to the Philadelphia area. Headlining the Main Stage is singer Jeffrey Gaines, who has been heralded for his soul-searching lyrics and powerful live performances. Also on the Main Stage is Brooklyn-based band The National Reserve, whose sound mixes rock, country, and soul, and Snacktime, Philadelphia’s 7-piece brass funk band. Oceanator will kick off the day’s events on the Main Stage!

The Local Stage will host performers who live or work in Haddonfield, and they will be selected by the Music Festival Committee and perform in between the Main Stage sets.

For more information, visit https://downtownhaddonfield.com/events/haddonfield-music-festival/.

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