Milford, PA-based 7th Street Coffee hosted its annual Javapalooza Music Festival over the weekend featuring many local artists, including Jared Feldman, Wooden Spoon, Eric and Tara Yetter, They Know, Titanium, Friends of Mine, Mega Savant, Mike Zimmerman, Scott Weiss and Dan Engvaldsen.
A great time was had by all. In addition to the festivities at 611 Broad St, many merchants also featured live performances as part of the Milford Music Festival.
Milford Runs on 7th Street Coffee, which is located at 611 Broad St in Milford, PA, is a bumper sticker displayed on many vehicles around Pike County. In fact, some have described this wonderful coffee shop as the center of the Milford universe. When you walk in, they will not only know your name but your favorite drink as well. It is a place where everyone is comfortable chilling over a hot or cold drink, while enjoying the art work on the walls and the music playing in the background as well as the free Wi-Fi service.
Many times throughout the year 7th Street hosts an open mike night where aspiring artists can perform. In addition, 7th street hosts many local and regional bands during the summer. This past weekend the place hosted, Museum Mouth, which entertained the crowd with indie, rock and pop music.
If you are in the Pike County area at the end of the month, you may want to stop by 7th Street Coffee, which is hosting it’s annual Javapalooza Music Festival featuring many bands, including, THEY KNOW, MEGA SAVANT, WOODEN SPOON and ERNIE KARA. Javapalooza starts in the afternoon on July 30th and continues until early evening on August 1st.
If you are performing at Javapalooza, please let me know because I want to capture your portrait before your performance.
11 July 2010: Savannah Levin, Karl Kuehn and Graham High with Museum Mouth after their performance in Milford, PA at 7th Street Coffee. Mandatory Credit: Alex Cena