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 JuLY!

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


July 10th, 2018

What started as a 3 hour mountain tour by two brothers (Rich and Rob Kwait) and two dogs would turn into a decade plus musical odyssey. CABIN DOGS - based outside of Philadelphia, PA - blend original American country roots with 70's grooves..... like a campfire jamboree during a cosmic meteor shower. Inventive, rollicking, timeless and magical have described the band's original music - 5 full length original albums, including the soon-to-be released Mountain Sun. Playing stages that have included Newport Folk Festival and Philadelphia Folk Festival, the live sound of the CABIN DOGS compels melodious moon howling and strange dance moves not thought physically possible. 

Philadelphia based singer/songwriter Matthew Rineer has been earnestly making music for over 15 years. What started as a hobby, turned into a passion that would lead him from college directly to Nashville, TN. After writing and recording 2 EP's (2010's "Survive" and 2012's "Sycamore") Rineer relocated back to the Northeastern United States to settle down close to family and old friends. 


Currently, Rineer is in the studio finishing up a new 5 song EP entitled "Hazel". This record will be released in April, 2018. 

July 17th, 2018


A virtuoso multi-instrumentalist and award winning songwriter with a distinctive voice, Molly has turned the heads of even the most seasoned industry professionals. She began performing on stage when she was 11, and recorded her first album, The Old Apple Tree, at age 13. Since then, she’s appeared on A Prairie Home Companion and at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, was featured on the cover of Flatpicking Guitar Magazine, won first place in the prestigious Chris Austin Songwriting Competition at Merlefest, and has received a Momentum Award from the International Bluegrass Music Association in the instrumentalist category. She is a recipient of the Whippoorwill Arts/Fresh grass Foundation Emering Artists Award, an Americana Award Nomination for Instrumentalist of the Year, and has been featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Her 2017 win for Guitar Player of the Year from the International Bluegrass Association (IBMA) was history-making, as the first woman to ever be nominated for the honor, and the accolades kept coming in 2018 as Folk Alliance International’s International Folk Music Awards awarded her Song of the Year for her song “You Didn’t Call My Name.”

Her lovely voice, impeccable guitar playing, and sensitive song writing make her a star on the rise. She has already received more than two million YouTube views and is currently gearing up to release her first solo EP.

A true musical journeyman, New England-based singer/songwriter Jesse Terry has made it his mission to share his love of music fully and completely, without regard for shading his emotions or tempering his convictions.  The ability to create a connection, to bare his soul and express his feelings through his songs has been the defining thread in a career that began in 2010 and has spawned five albums (The Runner, Empty Seat on a Plane, Stay Here With Me, and his latest pair, Stargazer and Natural). A career that has seen Terry play over a thousand shows around the world, including such notable festivals as Bonnaroo, 30A Songwriters Festival, Philadelphia Folk Festival and the Americana Music Association's AmericanaFest.

July 24th, 2018 - Kid's Night!


Jump, Jive, & Jam is an interactive children's band and music program based in Philadelphia, PA. Kids love to jam and dance along to rockin' live original and traditional kids music. JJJ has released 2 children's albums and has brought family entertainment to many festivals all over Philly and beyond, including one of the largest festivals on the East Coast, Mountain Jam in Hunter, New York. Young children’s music classes by JJJ are held all over the greater Philadelphia area.  

Dirk Quinn is the guitarist for a high energy funk/jazz band based out of Philadelphia that travels extensively throughout the US and Canada.  Utilizing over a decade of steady performing, Quinn has developed a unique and progressive style - one that appeals to a wide variety of music listeners with fans ranging from the beard stroking jazz aficionados to the jam band hippies.


The band’s infectious energy and musical interplay routinely attract listeners that are admittedly more accustomed to lyric-based music.  With great melodic sensibilities, rhythmic experimentation and an accessible modern edge, the Dirk Quinn Band is jazz/funk improvisation at its most exciting!

July 31st, 2018

Whether it’s their collaboration with the legendary producer Rick Rubin, kudos from the likes of Zane Lowe and the BBC, or a string of memorable performances from the hills of Glastonbury to the deserts of Coachella, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter siblings Henry and Rupert Stansall, known by their amalgam-created moniker Ruen Brothers, are making a mark with a throwback rock and roll sound that intersects the early days of the genre with a dynamic present day act. The two have gone from sleepy English steel town obscurity to craft-smiths ready to make a global impact.


With lyric-driven songs steeped in folk, alt-country and blues, singer-songwriter Matt Spitko pairs soulful, dynamic vocals with beautifully written songs and arrangements. Exposed to a wide array of music at a young age, Spitko soon reached for a piano, then the guitar and harmonica, developing an accessible songwriting style colored with classic Americana textures.

October 2015 marked the independent release of his first LP,  At Love with War. "His voice plays like an instrument, just as soothing as the guitar... The album is a story of heartbreak, self-realization, nostalgia, and humble optimism told through the sounds of contemporary Americana... Unlike many independent albums, it is finely-tuned and neatly packaged. The tracks flow together so well, it plays like a single song." - Rock on Philly

Spitko's latest project, Things We Tell Strangers, is due out in September.