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 booked 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, our address is
565 Wellington Square, Exton, PA 19341

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

For past June & July bands, scroll to the bottom of page.


August 7th, 2018

Wild Rivers immerse their folk-pop originals into the warm musical styles of the artists that influenced them. With over 16 million streams on Spotify, the four-piece band effortlessly blends exquisite harmonies, beautiful songwriting, and a captivating stage presence, while their vibe fits equally well in listening rooms and symphony halls. 

Photo credit: Laura E Partain

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Greater Philadelphia’s favorite super group of super fans, Tumbleweed, is compiled of member’s in longstanding regional bands Frog Holler, Hezekiah Jones, Tin Bird Choir & lots more. The band was formed in celebration of a shared enthusiasm for classic country recordings from artists like Merle Haggard, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tom T. Hall, Johnny Cash, George Jones, Gram Parsons, Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Lefty Frizel, Hank Williams…so many more. Basically, Tumbleweed is a bad ass classic country rock band. 

August 14th, 2018


Having consistently toured the country since 1989, Donna The Buffalo has earned themselves quite the following through providing a distinct, melodic sound that has garnered some incredible staying power. The group has released ten albums during their time together - many of which have earned spots in the Top 10 on the Americana Music Charts. Their last two albums were recorded with Sugar Hill Records, who are known for their work with acts like Willie Nelson, Jewel, Uncle Kracker & many more!We have an exciting band planned for this concert but cannot announce who they are until the end of May. Check back for updates! 

David and Bob met in 2002. Over the next eight years they would come across each other at festivals, conferences and other music venues. These chance meetings eventually convinced them that working together could create something very special. Since 2010 they have been doing exactly that all over the United States. Their live show moves from humorous, subversive blues, to delicate balladry, and then swings back to swampy rock and roll. 

I try to make art that you can dance to, but I love that darker place, where in my mind, Skip James, Nick Drake, and maybe Elliot Smith blur together.” DJS

you snuck into the tunes with us with the grace and sensitivity of an old school sax man, making everything better…..” Scott Ainslie

August 21st, 2018


2018 has begun a very exciting year for Greg Sover. Greg’s new EP Jubilee was released on January 8th. To celebrate, the Greg Sover Band competed at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis in January, making it into the semifinals out of 240 bands, and showing everyone in attendance that the band from up North in Philly sure knows how to play the blues. 

Jubilee has been getting airplay in his hometown of Philadelphia at WXPN on Jonny Meister's Blues Show, and on over 90 blues programs nationally and internationally. The EP debuted at #20 in the Living Blues monthly charts, which serves as the Bible for Blues programming.  Jubilee peaked at #2 in The Roots Music Report's Top 50 Blues Rock Album Chart. Greg also had three songs from Jubilee in The Roots Music Report's Top 50 Blues Rock Song Chart: “Emotional” at #1, “As the Years Go Passing By” at #23 and “Jubilee” at #38. 

Jubilee is once again produced by Greg Sover Band bassist Garry Lee along with Sover.  Sover’s band of Philly heavyweights with extensive resumes also includes guitarist Allen James and drummer Tom Walling. The three are best known as Deb Callahan’s solid backing band. 

Long the favored sons of Boston, Dalton & the Sheriffs announced their arrival on the national scene this past January when their independent debut album After the Parade landed on four Billboard charts.

Backed by a new lineup (Jon Silva on guitar, James Zaner on drums, and Sam Bouve on bass) lead singer Brian Scully led the band on a barnstorming tour of every stage that would have them along the Eastern seaboard.   After the Parade — recorded live across three days at the legendary Blackbird Studio in Nashville, Tenn. — is the result of this relentless two year touring cycle.   The confident, road-tested collection of songs garnered the band the #40 spot on the Billboard Country Album Sales chart to go along with #1 on the Heatseekers Albums - Northeast chart, #16 on the national Heatseekers Albums chart and #46 on the Independent Album chart. 

The success of the album has led the band back to the studio, this time with Grammy-nomintated producer and songwriter Felix McTeigue at the helm of what will be the band’s first studio release, which is expected streaming and in stores this summer.

Season Finale August 28th, 2018

*Help us send the season off in style with fireworks! They will start promptly at 8:45pm


One of the most infectious live music experiences you'll ever have.

Nik Greeley is known for being arguably the best frontman & performer in Philadelphia, and just in the last few years has established himself as one of the most entertaining & hard working musicians in the area, often being compared to the likes of James Brown, Joe Cocker, and Jim Morrison.

He is backed by his band, The Operators, a collective of some of the finest musicians in Philadelphia.