The event, sponsored by Natural Lands, Victory Brewing Company and Borderland Vineyards, will include live music, food, and stars. All set beneath the setting sun at the largest privately owned preserve of its kind in Chester County.
Among the performers for the evening will be indie blues band Hoochi Coochi from Delaware and The Gilroys from West Chester. Stargazing sessions will be led by several local astronomical societies, including the ChesMont Astronomical Society and the Chester County Astronomical Society.
Dos Gringos Mexican Kitchen food truck will be on hand for hungry guests, while anyone wanting to grab a drink will be able to enjoy craft beer donated by Victory Brewing Company and wines donated by Borderland Winery. There will also be the opportunity to toast marshmallows over an open fire.
The event is for adults aged 21 and older begins at 8 P.M., with the gates opening half an hour earlier. Anyone planning on going should come prepared with a blanket and chair.
Read more about the event at Chester County Press here.