Summer means music festivals. It doesn't matter where in the world you are or what kind of music you listen to because there is a music festival for everyone. They come in all shapes and sizes from half-day street festivals to multi-day camping events. In the suburbs of Philadelphia there are music festivals in which many local musicians take part in. The Wayne Magazine Music Festival is a new street festival in Wayne, PA but it brings back the longtime tradition called the "Mainline Jazz and Food Festival".
The festival takes place in June and includes lively music along with numerous restaurants in town setting up tents and serving food. It is easy to spent the day listening to the music whether it is jazz, rock, pop while enjoying tasty food and drinks out in the street and watch people of all ages dance all night long. The bands who perform are mostly jazz bands with a few non-jazz but lively groups mixed in. The line up for this summers festival included Swift Technique, No Good Sister, Travel Lanes, West Philadelphia Orchestra which are all pictured below. However, the festival also included Rugby Road, Seve, and Dirty Dozen Brass Band.