The Greater Northampton Area Chamber, a proud partner of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, is excited to announce Spuds Lite Festival!
On Saturday, June 24th, the scent of spuds and sound of great music will be in the air in the Borough of Bath! In previous years the annual “Spuds and Suds” festival was an event not to be missed. This year, due to road improvements throughout the Borough, the event will be held in Ciff Cowling Field, 100 Allen Street, Bath, PA, and renamed to reflect the change. It will be a day of music, food, and festivities with plenty of room to dance!
Renamed, “Spuds Lite Festival,”will feature local music, food trucks, and family–friendly activities, something for the whole community. Spuds Lite Festival will be held on Saturday, June 24th, 2023 from 1- 6pm in the heart of Bath, at Ciff Cowling Field, a crown jewel of the Bath community. Please save this date, as we are hard at work to ensure that we are providing Bath area community with the most spud-tacular event possible!
This year’s “Spuds Lite Festival” will ap-peal to everyone who loves potatoes, great music, family friendly activities, and delicious food and drink. Each food vendor will sell at least one potato-themed dish to celebrate Bath’s rich potato heritage. A few of our vendors are Birthright Brewing, Seven Sirens Brewing, The Tot Rod Truck, Momma’s Belly Buster Food Truck, the Red Robin Food Truck, and the Borough of Bath in the snack stand, with more to come! The Girl Scouts, LV Rocks, and others will have free and paid activities for children across the spacious field.
Music on tap for the day includes the best of the best. DMC Duo, featuring acoustic rock, pop, and country songs you know and love, will begin playing at 1pm. At 4pm, the popular Brian Dean Moore Band takes the stage playing the very best country music. Come ready to dance and sing!
“Once again our Borough is blessed to have the assistance of the amazing staff members of the LV Chamber to organize our annual SPUDS LITE FESTIVAL! We are all looking forward to an enjoyable day in Ciff Cowling Park and hope to see everyone there as well!” said Mayor Fiorella R. Mirabito.
Terry DeGroot, of Terraform Engineering adds, “Terraform is pleased to sponsor the Spuds event again this year. It is our contribution to the Bath Area community.” Terry is passionate about the Bath community and is excited to bring the festival to the park, with ample space for fun.
“This year we were faced with a choice to cancel the annual Spuds and Suds Festival, or reimagine it, so we decided to make it fresh, new, and full of what Bath does well- food, friends, and family!” says Nicole Miles, Manager of the Greater Northampton Area Chamber of Commerce. “While it won’t be a street festival, “Spuds Lite” is an opportunity to host a community event in the beautiful and spacious Ciff Cowling Field as a positive way of slightly modifying the original festival. This park is central to the Borough and will make a great place for food trucks, kids’ activities, and our stage. The musical acts, DMC Duo and The Brian Dean Moore Band, are amazingly talented. It will be a great event for all the senses!”
We welcome the entire Lehigh Valley to come see what Bath has to offer. Your entire family will enjoy a lovely day of festivities. Grab your chairs and picnic blankets and don’t forget to bring your “spuddy” to dance along!
Parking will be available at no charge. Please turn onto Allen Street, from S. Walnut Street, and park in George Wolf Elementary School’s parking lot. The address of Ciff Cowling Field is 100 Allen Street, Bath, PA.
We would like to thank our sponsors:
Presenting Sponsor: Terraform Engineering
Entertainment Sponsor: Stephani Insurance
Community Partner: My Place Pizzeria
Comfort Station Sponsor: Kratzer Septic
Best Spuddy Sponsors: A.J. Trunzo Inc, Colliers Engineering, ESSA Bank and Trust
Sign Sponsor: Fast Signs of Easton
Print Sponsor: The Home News
As well as the Borough of Bath for their partnership.
The Amazing Bands:
Brian Dean Moore Band
Cost: Free admission; Food, beverages, and activities for purchase
If you are interested in getting involved, being a vendor, or learning more, please contact KateH@lehighvalleychamber.org or NicoleM@lehighvalleychamber.org or Jessica O’Donnell-Gower at JessciaO@LehighValleyChamber.org
About the Chamber: The mission of The Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce is to improve the economy and quality of life in the Lehigh Valley Metropolitan Area. We accomplish this through business-to-business networking events and marketing products, affinity programs and exclusive, money saving member benefits, training programs, government affairs initiatives and public policy advocacy, and community development enterprises. With nearly 5,000 members who employ more than 200,000, the Chamber is the largest in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in the top ten nationwide.
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Manager of Affiliated Chambers
Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce