If you can’t be there live, this is the next best thing!
Some big name speakers—along with a host of great bands—are scheduled to appear at this year’s Freedompalooza held in southeastern Pennsylvania over the weekend of July 4 through July 6. This is the third consecutive gathering of this popular festival for patriots. Three days and nights of camping (if you like), music, chats around the bonfire and some hard-hitting, no-nonsense political discussion are guaranteed.
The host of Freedompalooza is musician Paul Topete who, along with his band, Poker Face, have become popular faces at patriotic gatherings across the United States.
The event will begin early Thursday evening (the Fourth of July) at 7 p.m. with musical entertainment and will wrap up Saturday at 10 p.m..
The gathering will be held at the grounds outside Johnny Mac’s American Grill in upper Bucks County where Route 611 and Route 32 meet at the bridge over the Delaware River. The address is 9755 Easton Road, Kintnersville, Pa. 18930.
[Route 66 is accessible by the intersecting roads of Route 22, I-78 and I-276 (East-West Pennsylvania Turnpike). From Philadelphhia: Take Route 611 (Broad Street) North for approximately 45 minutes. From Easton: Take Route 611 South for fifteen minutes.]
Three days and nights of camping, music and chats around the bonfire, this is a family-oriented event. No hard liquor is permitted, but beer in cans is okay, accompanied with ID. The donation to help cover expenses is $30 for all three days or $15 per day, which includes parking. Free camping is included with admission and encouraged. Campers may arrive early and set up camp on Thursday night, July 4.
Food and drinks will be available from Johnny Mac’s, which also has sit-down dining facilities available. Outside food is permitted for campers, but the organizers encourage attendees to patronize the restaurant, which is making the use of its grounds available for the festival.