It's concert season in Eagleview Town Center! Every June, July & August we have Free Concert Tuesdays here in Town Center. Our concerts are proudly curated with original artists by Point Entertainment.

All concerts start at 7PM in Eagleview Town Center. Parking is available in Town Center as well as a few lots across Rice Blvd. If you're using GPS, use Brickside Grille's address at
540 Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341

Read below about our talented artists coming to play at the Town Center this June!

For July and August bands, scroll to the bottom of page.

 

June 5th, 2018

They say you should be able to give a bullet point to describe a band. How lame is that... we could try... how about "Jimi Ray Clapton" .... or "Exile on E Street" .... either way, if you hang out with the Billy Walton Band, they will take you on a journey covering the American rock n blues landscape. 

With his guitar, Billy will shuffle off to Chicago... the band will pick up the horns in Detroit and make their way down to New Orleans for some gumbo. Hurricane Billy will then whisk you up the coast and roll the dice in AC before landing in Asbury Park. Come along for the ride!

Whether playing Jack McTamney's original music, or as the Philly region's best bar band, the Tonebenders do it convincingly and passionately. Jim Fogarty, Jack McTamney, Mike Vogelmann and Roger Cox bring a combined century experience backing international artists, extensive studio work and entertaining audiences, in dimly-lit corner joints to 10,000 seat festivals. As The Tonebenders, their music is an always fun, high-energy and slightly unpredictable trip through the best of rock n' roll (emphasis on the "ROLL") ..... from rootsy twang to crunchy thump. 


June 12th, 2018

 

American Novel, this group's sophomore album, was preceded by the Brevet's debut record, Battle of the Heart, and earned the band features and beaming reviews in such notable publications as Paste magazine, the Los Angeles Times, the Deli, Substream, OC Weekly, and many more. 

“We were always the outsiders,” says folk songwriter Ana Egge of her early roots in a small North Dakota town of 50 people. “I was taught how to shoot a gun and how to enjoy alfalfa sprouts and tofu, raised by two back-to-the-land hippies. My folks loved the outdoors and eccentric people; I ran around barefoot and learned to ride a motorcycle when I was 5. I grew up with all the time and space in the world.” Egge has since traded the openness of the American Plains for the untamable wilderness of New York City, recorded eight albums, and worked with musical legends such as Ron Sexsmith and Steve Earle.


June 19th, 2018

 

A two-lane highway can unfold like a book of stories as the miles flash by. Idlewheel's music has the same has the same sense of discovery to it -- carried along by easy-flowing rhythms are flashes of personal revelation and homespun irony, speeding past you like an oddly familiar (or familiarly odd) small town. 

Idlewheel makes perfect music for a journey into the heartland. But you don't need to hit the road to let them take you places. Either disk of their celebratory and bittersweet songs is all that's required. 

All Our Exes Live in Texas is a fantasy draft of Sydney's finest singer-songwriters - Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts, and Georgia Mooney - here combining in four-part, indie-folk harmony heaven. Fresh on the heels of a sold-out headlining tour in Australia and collaborations with artists such as Passenger and Kesha, All Our Exes are now exporting their powerhouse charm and songwriting prowess to the US and Canada. 


June 26th, 2018

 

The Mallett Brothers Band's busy tour schedule over the past seven years has helped them to build a dedicated fanbase across the U.S. and beyond while still calling the state of Maine their home. With a style that can ranges from alt-country to Americana, country, jam and roots rock, theirs is a musical melting pot that's influenced equally by the singer/songwriter tradition as by harder rock, classic country and psychedelic sounds. Texas Hill Country Explore Magazine calls them “New England’s wildly eclectic crew of genre rebels.” Bill Copeland Music News says “Combining their authentic roots rock sound with a reflective lyrical style that perceives stories on the level of epic myth, it’s like William Faulkner has been resurrected with an electric guitar in hand.."

Classic country has a new contemporary hero in Zephaniah OHora. The debut album from the NYC song slinger has been dubbed a "modern classic country masterpiece," earning OHora widespread critical acclaim and appearances at major US and European festivals in 2018. 

The last several years of dedication and immersion in the form resulted in the impressive debut, which Wide Open Country declared "classic country perfection". The thought and precision of the work has distinguished OHora other among critics from other artists on the scene. "Rest assured that Zephaniah OHora is no put-on, Howdy Doody show relying on styling and vintage duds for his country authenticity. This is a singular singer, songwriter, and performer," wrote Saving Country Music, an observation echoed by American Songwriter. “Channeling the country icons of decades past is something of a trend these days, but only a handful of artists are able to pull off such homage without devolving into mimicry. Brooklyn’s OHora is one of those artists.